Thursday, February 28, 2013

Sensational Steak Strips & Creamy Garlic Dip (UPDATED)Pile of Steak

Ever seen this stuff on the shelf at your local grocery store? Grab it next time if you don't have it already. We use it to make an awesome appetizer steak strips! In fact it's so good, it's aways the first to disappear every time we make it for a party. It's simple to make, and it's just darn good! My wife and I will often just make this for the both of us as a dinner. Proof it goes fast, I didn't have time to get a photo of it... So I will update once I make these again.  But without further ado, here's the recipe...

UPDATE! We recently made this great dish again along with the Bloomin' Onion Bread! Below are a few images of the steak strips! Hope you enjoy! You wont regret making them I guarantee!

Creamy Garlic Dip (make first)
2 tsp minced garlic
2 tsp Chef Paul Prudhomme's Meat Magic
1 Tbsp cider vinegar
1 C Mayonnaise
Mash together seasoning with garlic to form a paste. Add vinegar and whisk until blended together. Next, whisk in the mayonnaise. Stir until it's well blended. Cover and refrigerate.
Steak Strips
4 (8 oz.) Boneless strip sirloin steaks, cut into narrow strips2 Tbsp Chef Paul Prudhomme's Meat Magic
(Be sure to make creamy garlic dip first.) Cut steaks into narrow strips. Place into a mixing bowl and add 2 Tbsp Chef Paul Prudhomme's Meat Magic seasoning. Mix until the seasoning is evenly distributed over steak bites. Reserve strips. Prepare your grill and preheat until your coals are very hot (or if using a gas grill, make sure your temperature has stabilized.) Lay steak bite strips onto the hot grill. Cook, turning only once, until meat is seared outside but still a little rare inside. They will roughly take 1 1/2 to 2 minutes per side to cook. Serve immediately with creamy garlic dip.

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YUM! Steak Strips & Garlic dipping sauce! 
Pile of steak strips! 

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