new york strip steak

Steak Salad “Saigon”

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The  foundation of this steak salad is a refreshing rice stick salad, which I usually make at least twice a month. I normally make about four to six portions and eat it as part of a meal, as breakfast or as a late night snack. The noodles keep their texture for a few days without getting mushy, so this is ideal to prep in advance and then serve it when a quick bite is needed, especially on a workday as breakfast or as a snack late at night when I get home and just want to rest and more cooking is as far from my mind as possible. If I have it as part of a meal, I usually combine it with seafood, such as teriyaki- glazed salmon or sautéed shrimp. For breakfast, I usually add a couple of hard-boiled eggs and for a midnight snack some canned seafood. When Maria was still with me, she liked to serve it at bbq -parties, when it was a welcome alternative to the usual suspects of coleslaw and potato salad.
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Steak Salad "Saigon"

Steak Salad “Saigon”

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Steak Salad "Saigon"

Steak Salad “Saigon”

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Preparation :
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Come Together………

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Here  are some of the meals I had during the last few days, utilizing some previously posted dishes –
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Potato Salad
Pickled Cauliflower
Pickled Broccolini
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It goes to show that simple individual dishes which are great on their own will be even better when they finally come together as one.
Hopefully this will inspire you a bit to decide what will be next on YOUR dinner table 🙂
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new york strip with pickled broccolini, pickled cauliflower and potato salad

new york strip with pickled broccolini, pickled cauliflower and potato salad

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spicy italian sausages with pickled cauliflower and tomato in honey/mustard vinaigrette

spicy italian sausages with pickled cauliflower and tomato in honey/mustard vinaigrette

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Hans’ Gnocchi & Strip

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This  dish has everything I love: Steak, gnocchi, mushrooms, bok choy, wasabi and a few more other goodies, seasoned with lots of garlic paste and sriracha and – voilà, great comfort food prepared in a snap (I did have leftover gnocchi I had made the day before).

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Hans' Gnocchi & Strip

Hans’ Gnocchi & Strip

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