BEEF SA­TAY WITH SPICY BROC­COL­INI AND PEANUT SAUCE

Western Living - - FOOD -

Mar­i­nated strips or chunks of beef cook quickly, mak­ing sa­tay per­fect for a sheet pan meal; feel free to add thin baby car­rots and snap peas to the mix, or swap pork ten­der­loin or even chicken breasts or thighs for the beef. 1⁄3 cup soy sauce 2 tbsp sesame oil 1 tbsp honey or brown sugar 1 tbsp grated gin­ger 2 gar­lic cloves, crushed 2 green onions, finely chopped 1 lb sir­loin or other grilling steak,

cut into strips 1 bunch broc­col­ini Olive or canola oil, for cook­ing Salt Pinch red chili flakes

PEANUT SAUCE

1⁄3 cup peanut but­ter 2 tbsp soy sauce 2 tbsp brown sugar or honey 2 tbsp rice vine­gar or lime juice 1 gar­lic clove, crushed 1 tsp grated fresh gin­ger 1 tsp sesame oil (op­tional) ¼ tsp curry paste or Sriracha (op­tional) In a bowl or large seal­able bag, com­bine soy sauce, sesame oil, honey, gin­ger, gar­lic, green onions and steak, mix­ing ev­ery­thing well. Cover or seal and re­frig­er­ate for a few hours, or overnight. When ready to cook, pre­heat oven to 425˚ F and soak a small hand­ful of bam­boo skew­ers in wa­ter for 15 min­utes. Spread broc­col­ini out onto a heavy, parch­ment­lined sheet and driz­zle with oil; toss with your hands to coat flo­rets well, then spread them out in a sin­gle layer and sprin­kle with salt and chili flakes (if you’re us­ing them). Thread pieces of beef onto each skewer, wind­ing back and forth in an S shape and push­ing the meat down to make each skewer uni­form. Fill stick about half­way, leav­ing the dull end as a han­dle. Add skew­ers to the bak­ing sheet, with­out crowd­ing, and bake for 10 to 15 min­utes, or un­til broc­col­ini is ten­der- crisp and beef is just cooked through. Whisk to­gether the peanut sauce in­gre­di­ents, adding a splash of wa­ter if needed to achieve the right con­sis­tency, and serve along­side for dip­ping. Serves 4.

Restau­rant sup­ply stores sell sturdy half sheet pans that won’t warp, with rimmed edges to con­tain rolling veg­gies. Pick up some parch­ment or a sil­i­cone bak­ing mat, and cleanup is a cinch. No-Fuss Cleanup

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