Steak Bites

The other day I had a package of steak in the fridge and decided to try something a little different with it. That turned out to be a tasty decision!

These steak bites are quick and easy to make and the meat eaters in your home will be most happy to gobble them up.

Cut the steak into bite-sized pieces. I enlisted Captain Cavedweller’s help while I snapped photos. He’s good that way.

 

Melt the butter in a cast iron skillet over medium heat.

 

Add the meat to a hot cast iron skillet and sear then stir occasionally to coat with the butter and brown all sides.

 

Someone decided to add more seasoning once the meat started cooking. Turns out that wasn’t a bad idea, either!

 

When it’s done, you have beautiful little bites of tender steak to enjoy!

 

INGREDIENTS:

2 pounds of steak cut into small cubes

3 tablespoons butter

salt and pepper to taste

seasoning to taste

1 tablespoon minced fresh parsley

 

DIRECTIONS:

Cut steak into bite-sized cubes or pieces. Sirloin is a great choice, but tenderloin, rib-eye, strip, or flank steak work, too.

Sprinkle the meat with salt, pepper, and your favorite meat seasoning (like Mrs. Dash, Lawry’s, or whatever strikes your fancy).

Heat butter in a cast iron skillet over medium heat. Add the meat and cook for about three to five minutes, until meat has a nice sear and is coated in the melted butter. (If you are worried about the butter getting too hot too fast, you can start the meat in olive oil and add the butter a minute or so before the meat is finished cooking.)

Remove from heat, sprinkle with parsley, and serve.

 

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