Warm Raspberry Arugula Salad

My warm raspberry arugula salad is definitely a meatless option. Shown I have included a NY strip steak trimmed and cut. This salad is warm and savory, and feeds 4. You will spend more time prepping to cook this salad than actually cooking it. This can definitely be considered one of my 7 min sauté. 

Ingredients 

1 cup diced carrots

1 cu diced zucchini and squash

1/2 cu chopped tomatoes 

1/2 cu cooked black beans

1/4 cu raspberry 

1 tbls ghost pepper salsa

1tbls soy sauce

5 Oz arugula and spinach

1/2 lemon

Olive oil 2 tbls

Grape seed oil 2 tbls

Directions 

Heat your medium saute pan to med high and add grape seed oil.

Add carrots.

Add zucchini and squash.

Add salsa.

You can use more or less depending on how much heat you enjoy.

Add soy sace and black beans, tomatoes, last but not least raspberries. 

In large sauce pan heat olive oil on med high and toss in your spinach and arugula. Squeeze lemon over greens. 

Cook only one minute tull softened.

Serve. 

Steak Fried Rice

Steak Fried Rice

Marinated Steak Fried Rice

Quick and Easy

Ingredients:

1 package cubed steak meat

2 cu. serving day old rice

1 cu frozen mixed vegetables (the one with the peas and carrots)

2 eggs

3 tbs soy sauce

Grapeseed oil

1 cucumber sliced

cilantro

1 large saute pan or wok

Directions:

In your large pan add your uncooked steak on medium heat (6)

Add salt and pepper to taste.

Cook till desired doneness is achieved

 

Remove from pan put aside.

Clean pan

Add your grapeseed oil to the bottom of a heated pan.

Your heat for this step should be at about medium a 5 or 6.

Chop up your day old rice real good with your stir spoon and add to grapeseed oil.

Stir generously. It is important  not to use fresh rice because if you do it will not taste good.

Fry the rice for about 5 or 6 minutes then add your desired amount of cooked meat. I usually use about 1.5 to 2 cups of meat.

Then add your frozen vegetables and make sure that before moving on to the next step the vegetables are dethawed and warm.

Continue to stir your wok making sure not to let the food stick.

Ok the fun part, eggs!

I like to crack them right above the wok and scramble them in as the rice is cooking but the easier version you can just scramble them in a seperate bowl on the side and add them in that way.

Add your 3 tbs of soy sauce. this you can add less or more what ever you desire.

Keep stirring till you see that the egg is cooking and the dish is starting to look like it is supposed to!

I love garnishes. The garnish always makes the food more fun to enjoy when it is time to eat with family and friends!

Steak Fried Rice

Use the sliced cucumbers and cilantro as your ganish.

I am so hungry!

I hope you found it as easy as I do.

Learning different cooking styles is always a little harder at first but worth it.

If you have any questions send me a message!

Thanks

Sarah