Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Tandoori Steak, broccoli, and onions

I've been munching on frozen meals based on slow cooked chicken (recipes coming soon) for the past several days and didn't want it again for dinner. I had some steak in the freezer and some broccoli and onions in the fridge. Using these and a few other things in my kitchen I put this recipe together.

You will need:
20 oz Steak
Tandoori spice mixture
Crushed red pepper
2 Onions
2 heads of broccoli
Roasted Tandoori spiced nuts

Defrosting the steak for a while (maybe 1 hour), I sliced it in to 1/4 inch thick strips and put them in a bowl with two tablespoons of the Tandoori spice mixture and some salt, pepper, crushed red pepper, and some olive oil.

Then, while the Tandoori is helping the steak defrost a bit more, slice up the onions and broccoli.  Add several tablespoons of olive oil to your favorite nonstick frying pan and add the onions.  Stir fry on medium heat until they start to get a little soft. Add the broccoli and stir fry until the onions start to brown and the broccoli gets a little tender.  Take of the heat and transfer the onions and broccoli to a bowl.

Next, put a bit more oil in the pan and add your steak in a single layer.  Cook for a few min on one side and then flip the pieces and cook until just about done.

Finally, Add back the broccoli and onions and add a few handfuls of your spiced nuts.  It's done, eat up!

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