Pink Parsley is always a source of great recipes, and the author is pregnant with twins and craving stake. Hence this awesome recipe she posted! This was simple and delicious, the sauce serves as a dressing for the slaw and gets reduced for a sauce on the steak. Easy enough for a week-night, good enough for company!
We tend not to have sesame oil like the original recipe calls for, so I substituted olive oil. We’re also not fans of raw red onions, so we we left that out too. With prepackaged broco-slaw mix and cooked edamame, this is really a fast meal to whip up. We served it with brown rice, which was the longest part of the cooking.
Steak with Citrus-Soy Sauce and Edamame Slaw
For the sauce:
- 5 Tbs Low-sodium soy sauce this gets cooked down, and was plenty salty using low sodium soy sauce
- 1 Orange juiced
- 1 Tbs orange zest
- 2 Tbs rice wine vinegar
- 1/2 tsp Ginger powder or 1 Tbs freshly grated ginger
For the Broco-slaw:
- 10 oz package pre-cooked shelled Edamame
- 10 oz bag broccoli slaw mix
- 2 Tbs Olive oil
For the steaks:
- 1-2 Tbs Olive oil
- 1 lb New York strip steaks
- 4 Tbs butter
- If serving with rice, start the rice.
- In a small bowl, combine the soy sauce, orange juice and zest, vinegar, and ginger.
- In a large bowl, combine the broco-slaw and edamame.
- Take 3 Tbs of the sauce and add to the slaw mix.
- Add 2 Tbs olive oil to the slaw
- Mix and refrigerate until the rest of the meal is ready.
- Heat a pan on medium-high and add the olive oil
- Add the steaks and cook to desired doneness (~5-7minuted per side for medium-well)
- Remove the steaks and tent with foil while you cook the sauce.
- Add the rest of the sauce to the pan and simmer for a minute or two, scraping up the burned bits off the bottom of the pan.
- When the sauce is thickened, remove from heat and add the butter one tablespoon at a time, melting into the sauce.
- Slice the steaks
- To serve, put some slaw on the plate, top with stakes and the sauce.
- If serving with rice, put some sauce on that too, it's good stuff!