How to Make Delicious Asian Sirloin Steak with Thai Drunken Fried Rice

Asian Sirloin Steak with Thai Drunken Fried Rice.

Asian Sirloin Steak with Thai Drunken Fried Rice You can cook Asian Sirloin Steak with Thai Drunken Fried Rice using 17 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Asian Sirloin Steak with Thai Drunken Fried Rice

  1. You need of soy sauce (for steak).
  2. You need of soy sauce (for fried rice).
  3. It's of sesame chili oil.
  4. You need of coconut oil.
  5. Prepare of minced garlic.
  6. You need of curry powder.
  7. You need of chili-garlic paste.
  8. It's of chili flakes (heat to taste).
  9. It's of chopped basil leaves.
  10. Prepare of stir fry veggies.
  11. It's of chopped Thai chiles.
  12. It's of white pepper.
  13. Prepare of oyster or fish sauce.
  14. You need of rice wine.
  15. It's of Salt and pepper.
  16. You need of jasmine rice.
  17. Prepare of Sesame seeds to finish steak.

Asian Sirloin Steak with Thai Drunken Fried Rice instructions

  1. Coat room-temperature steaks with salt and pepper..
  2. Create marinade/rub. Add half cup of soy sauce, 1 tablespoon minced garlic, dark soy sauce, dash of chili flakes, white pepper, and sesame chili oil to a bowl. Mix well and cover steaks..
  3. Place steaks into big zip lock bag. Add remaining marinade and let sit for 15-30 minutes..
  4. Add chili oil and coconut oil to large 12-inch skillet. Heat on medium-high..
  5. Add 3 eggs scrambled and toss around..
  6. Immediately add stir fry veggies (I used red bell pepper, orange bell pepper, green bell pepper, snap peas, broccoli, and onion. I wanted to add bean sprouts but didn't have any)..
  7. Immediately add minced garlic and toss with vegetables. Add a touch of coconut oil to toss with..
  8. Add in jasmine rice (preferably cooled to at least room temperature). Before mixing, add soy sauce, oyster or fish sauce, a little salt and pepper, Thai chiles, and curry powder to rice. Then mix well. Add chili garlic paste and basil and mix some more..
  9. While the rice is sizzling, add the 2 steaks to a heated 12-inch cast iron skillet. No need to add more seasonings. Cook to desired temperature (1 inch 8 minutes each side pressed for medium-rare) (1 and a half inch 12 minutes each side pressed) also depending on your stove. I keep my heat on medium high so that may vary as well. They may also be grilled..
  10. Let steak rest for 2-5 minutes. Serve immediately with rice. Finish with sesame seeds..

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