These perfectly seared and juicy garlic butter steak bites deliver all the steakhouse flavors you love in a quick and easy 15-minute recipe.
Today we’ll be making some quick and easy garlic butter steak bites. It’s a great way to enjoy some steak without breaking out the grill and it’s perfect for kids too as they’re already pre-cut into small bites. Add them to some buttered noodles, on a salad or enjoy them the same way you would a steak; with all the fixings like loaded baked potato or sweet potato, mashed potatoes, and some greens on the side.
This recipe takes a budget cut of steak like sirloin and transforms it into pan-seared but juicy bites tossed in a mouthwatering garlic butter sauce. A little fresh parsley brings even more tastiness to this simple but flavorful meal. So let’s get started.
GARLIC BUTTER STEAK BITES TIPS AND TRICKS
Searing: The trick is to wait until the oil in the skillet is nice and hot so that it sears the meat while the inside stays tender and juicy. Make sure to give some room between each steak bite while it’s searing. Overcrowding the pan will steam the steak instead of searing it so it’s best to do this in batches. I managed to do one pound of steak in two batches with a 10″ cast iron skillet.
Skillet: You can use a non-stick skillet for this but a cast iron skillet will sear the steak 100 times better. If weight is an issue, a carbon steel skillet is lighter than your regular cast iron but sears just as well. I have both in my kitchen.
Salt: I like to use coarse sea salt because it’s more forgiving than your average table salt and I can be generous with the seasoning.
Add more flavor: You can add more flavor with some onion powder, garlic powder, Worcestershire sauce, paprika, smoked paprika, Italian seasoning, or a sprig of fresh rosemary. Take your pick.
Serve with: Add this to egg noodles, a salad, or serve with some veggies on the side like broccoli/green beans/asparagus and some potatoes like mashed, baked loaded potatoes or sweet potatoes.
And that’s about it. It’s a really quick way to enjoy your steak without much hassle. For an Asian-inspired take on steak bites, try out hibachi steak. Enjoy cooking and happy eating!Print
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