Pan-fried Sirloin Steaks and Veggies
So the other day I had thawed these two sirloin steaks in the refrigerator overnight and wanted to grill them, but it turned out to be a very windy day, and we didn't want to start a fire on the deck, so I grudgingly got out a skillet to fry the steaks instead. I was tempted to pour lighter fluid on them to get the same taste, but decided against it. ;-)
BTW, Penzeys is a retail store. You won't find Penzey's spices in your grocery store.
Okay, now to the recipe:
2 sirloin steaks
2 sirloin steaks
Orange or red sweet bell peppers
Asparagus (fresh, if you've got it)
Penzey's Old World Seasoning
Rub the two steaks with Penzey's Old World Seasoning. Sear them in some olive oil in the large skillet. Turn the heat down and continue to fry on low-medium heat. Add in the sliced onion, garlic, peppers. Stirfry the veggies in the skillet (You kind of have to work your way around the steaks). Turn the steaks to make sure they're brown on both sides.
Slice some fresh asparagus and stirfry it into the veggies in the skillet. Cover the skillet for just a couple minutes to accumulate enough heat for the asparagus to get tender/crisp. Don't leave it covered very long or the asparagus will cook beyond recognition.
Salt and Pepper (or Cayenne) to taste.
We liked this meal and loved the Penzey's Old World Seasoning. I texted my daughter and asked if she'd used Penzey's Old World Seasoning on beef, since the label does not suggest using it on beef. She had and loved it. Always good to have advice just a text away.
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