Steak Bites with Garlic Butter

Made from sirloin steak and other simple ingredients, this great tasting steak is a great option for dinner, either as a main course or side dish.

Steak bites with garlic butter is a super delish recipe that you’ve got to try. Why you could choose from a variety of steaks, I’d highly recommend you use sirloin steaks. Prepared well, this dish gives you a real tender feel in the mouth, plus you get all that awesome tasty goodness for less cash than you would a different steak recipe.

Cubes of sirloin steak, grilled to perfection in a garlic butter sauce, make up these seared steak bites. In just a few minutes, you may have a quick supper or a party snack! You must try these garlic butter steak bites if you have meat enthusiasts in your life. They’re delicious, eaten straight from the pan with toothpicks or served over mashed potatoes for a filling feast.

My kids often request these steak bites since they are such a fun way to get their meat fixed. If you’ve ever had steak and garlic butter, you’ll understand why I feel this way.

Sirloin steak, chopped into little pieces, is used in this dish. I went with sirloin because it’s soft and tasty while still being reasonably priced. Tenderloin, rib eye, and New York strip steak are more excellent options. Olive oil, butter, garlic, salt, pepper, and parsley are used in the preparation of the steak pieces. That concludes the procedure.

To produce a good crust on your meat, you’ll need an extremely hot pan for this recipe. Your meat will brown nicely in olive oil, allowing it to absorb all of the wonderful tastes. This recipe is one to enjoy with some toothpicks straight from the skillet.

Ingredients

½ cup soy sauce

⅓ cup olive oil

¼ cup Worcestershire sauce

1 teaspoon minced garlic

2 Tablespoons dried basil

1 Tablespoon dried parsley

1 teaspoon black pepper

½ – 1 lb flat iron or top sirloin steak, cut in 1-inch pieces

How to Prepare

Step 1: Minus the steak, put all other ingredients in a large ziplock bag and stir them together with a spoon until they are well combined to form a marinade.

Step 2: Drop the steak pieces in and close it. Gently shake the steaks in the bag so as to coat the steaks well in marinade. Then, place a refrigerator to stand for more than 3 hours. Ensure that the steak is well soaked in the marinade so that it can absorb enough liquid.

Step 3: Heat a large skillet until it is very hot. Remove the steak pieces from the marinade with a slotted spoon and place gently in the hot skillet. Dispose the marinade after.

Step 4: Cook the steak according to your desired temperature. For medium-well, you can cook for about 3 minutes. Serve it warm and enjoy the delicacy.

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