Sunday Sup: Steak and Veggie Stir Fried Rice

I’ve made this a few times, tweaking it a smidge each go, based off a Buzzfeed recipe. I know. Don’t ask how I ended up on Buzzfeed. I promise it will never happen again.

 

Steak and Veggie Stir Fried Rice

You have to marinate for this one. I know it’s a pain but worth it.

Into a gallon zip lock add: 1/4 c tamari (gf), 1 tsp minced garlic, 2 tbsp coconut sugar, 1/2 c water, 2 tbsp sesame seeds, 1 tbsp olive oil. (If you have sesame oil sub that for the olive oil and omit the seeds.)

Slice a pound of steak (flank works just fine for this – don’t go high grade) into thin ribbons and then large bite size pieces. Add to the bag. Mash it round to coat the steak and pop in the fridge for an hour.

Saute the steak in its marinade over medium-high heat for about five minutes. You want the steak cooked but not leather. Transfer all the steak and marinade to a bowl. Set aside.

Saute in olive oil: one medium onion – chopped, half a bell pepper – chopped, and a couple of handfuls of broccoli (fresh is best but you can actually get away with frozen broc here). Use the same skillet but lower the temp to medium.

When the veg are soft, 6-8 minutes, add three eggs whisked with 2 tbsp tamari. Scramble them.

Add 3 cups cooked rice, or riced veg of your choice, to the pan. Stir. Add the steak and it’s sauce to the pan. Stir.

Cook for a few minutes until every thing is hot and combined.

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