Spicy Greens and Steak

Stir Fry

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Instructions

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1 Prep vegetables

Remove the steaks from the fridge 20-30 min prior to cooking. This will allow them to reach room temperature. Separate the broccoli to florets. Trim the pak choi and cut it to wedges, lengthwise. Trim the snow peas. Peel and crush the garlic. Peel and grate the ginger.

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2 Fry steaks

Heat a large pan with a drizzle of oil over a high heat. Once hot, add the steaks and fry them for 1-3 min on each side or until cooked to your liking. Transfer the steaks to a plate, season with salt and pepper and leave them to rest for 10 min. Wipe the pan clean.

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3 Fry vegetables

Return the pan to a high heat with a drizzle of oil. Once hot, add the broccoli with a pinch of salt and fry for 2 min. Add the pak choi and fry for 2 min. Add the snow peas, garlic and ginger and fry for 1 min further.

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4 Season

Add the sriracha (spicy!), tamari, honey, chilli flakes (spicy!)) and sesame seeds and cook for a final 1 min.

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5 Serve

Slice the rested steaks. Fold the steak slices into the stir-fry. Divide the stir-fry among plates and garnish with the fresh coriander leaves.

Tips for fussy eaters

Reserve some of the ingredients and prepare a mild stir-fry for them. Serve over rice.

Pro tip

The resting of the steak is as important as the frying of the steak. It sets the meat's juices and allows the fibers to relax, leaving the end result more tender and your plate less messy.

Simple, tasty and healthy!

Cooking Time: 20 min

Cals 456 · Prot 44 · Carbs 33 · Fat 21

Gluten-Free

Dairy-Free

Ingredients

Number of people

Steaks

Beef striploin steak 300 Grams
Vegetable oil 1 Tbsp
Salt 1 Tsp
Black pepper 1 Tsp

Stir fry

Broccoli 300 Grams
Baby pak choi 3 Pieces
Snow peas 100 Grams
Garlic cloves 2 Pieces
Ginger 30 Grams
Vegetable oil 3 Tbsp
Salt 1 Tsp
Sriracha sauce 20 Grams
Tamari 15 Grams
Honey 20 Grams
Chilli flakes 2 Grams
Sesame seeds 10 Grams
Fresh coriander 15 Grams

Simple, tasty and healthy!

Cooking Time: 20 min

Cals 456 · Prot 44 · Carbs 33 · Fat 21

Gluten-Free

Dairy-Free

Instructions

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1 Prep vegetables

Remove the steaks from the fridge 20-30 min prior to cooking. This will allow them to reach room temperature. Separate the broccoli to florets. Trim the pak choi and cut it to wedges, lengthwise. Trim the snow peas. Peel and crush the garlic. Peel and grate the ginger.

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2 Fry steaks

Heat a large pan with a drizzle of oil over a high heat. Once hot, add the steaks and fry them for 1-3 min on each side or until cooked to your liking. Transfer the steaks to a plate, season with salt and pepper and leave them to rest for 10 min. Wipe the pan clean.

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3 Fry vegetables

Return the pan to a high heat with a drizzle of oil. Once hot, add the broccoli with a pinch of salt and fry for 2 min. Add the pak choi and fry for 2 min. Add the snow peas, garlic and ginger and fry for 1 min further.

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4 Season

Add the sriracha (spicy!), tamari, honey, chilli flakes (spicy!)) and sesame seeds and cook for a final 1 min.

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5 Serve

Slice the rested steaks. Fold the steak slices into the stir-fry. Divide the stir-fry among plates and garnish with the fresh coriander leaves.

Tips for fussy eaters

Reserve some of the ingredients and prepare a mild stir-fry for them. Serve over rice.

Pro tip

The resting of the steak is as important as the frying of the steak. It sets the meat's juices and allows the fibers to relax, leaving the end result more tender and your plate less messy.

Ingredients

Number of people

Steaks

Beef striploin steak 300 Grams
Vegetable oil 1 Tbsp
Salt 1 Tsp
Black pepper 1 Tsp

Stir fry

Broccoli 300 Grams
Baby pak choi 3 Pieces
Snow peas 100 Grams
Garlic cloves 2 Pieces
Ginger 30 Grams
Vegetable oil 3 Tbsp
Salt 1 Tsp
Sriracha sauce 20 Grams
Tamari 15 Grams
Honey 20 Grams
Chilli flakes 2 Grams
Sesame seeds 10 Grams
Fresh coriander 15 Grams
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