Hi There! How are you doing? Counting down the days till 2021. December has definitely been a busy month, with all the shopping, decorating, and cooking, yet still, Christmas came and went so quickly. I’m looking forward to a whole30 reset. I know my body needs to. This reset I’m doing to do my best to part with red meat. I’ve had way too much red meat lately. I’ve enjoyed making this recipe as of late. Mongolian steak bites, made with dry-aged steak. Super quick, super easy, and delicious
Mongolian beef– is a quick stir fry, which is made with soy sauce, brown sugar, ginger, and onions, found in Chinese restaurants. In this recipe, I use coconut aminos, because it is whole30. There is also no added sugar as the coconut aminos are naturally sweet and compliant. I also use some water to dilute the coconut aminos so it’s not so overpowering.
Dry-aged steak–this is a process in which the steak is aged, over days to weeks. the process helps to enhance the natural flavor and makes the meat more tender. dry-aged beef is not found in most grocery stores, luckily my local Kroger sells 14-day dry-aged beef. If you do not have dry-aged beef, you can use tender cuts of beef like sirloin, rib eye, new york strip. I have a preference for dry-aged beef.
This recipe delicious with cooked rice when you are not on whole30. On whole30 it taste great with my creamy pureed cauliflower, great with some cauliflower fried rice. Try it with mashed potatoes. Hope you enjoy them.