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Ginger & Soy Basted Beef With Leafy Green Salad

Since I have discovered edamame beans, I have started including it in almost every dish that I make. One of my all-time favourite salads is this leafy green salad topped with juicy, yet tender, soy basted sirloin slices. If you want to learn how to make ginger and soy basted beef with leafy green salad continue further by reading this article!

Ginger & Soy Basted Beef With Leafy Green Salad

Ginger & Soy Basted Beef With Leafy Green Salad
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PREP TIME 15 mins
COOK TIME 10 mins
COURSE Main Course, Salad
CUISINE East Meets West
SERVINGS 4

Equipment

Ingredients
  

For The Dressing

  • 15 ml sesame oil
  • 30 ml olive oil
  • 30 ml red wine
  • 20 ml soya sauce
  • 8 gram fresh coriander, chopped
  • 8 gram ginger, minced
  • 4 gram garlic, minced
  • 2 gram red chili
  • 20 ml honey

For The Salad

  • 160 gram beef sirloin, sliced
  • 140 gram cherry tomatoes, halved
  • 20 gram spring onion, thinly sliced
  • 80 gram leafy lettuce, washed
  • 40 gram edamame beans, blanched & refreshed in ice water

Method
 

For The Dressing

  • Combine all the ingredients for the dressing together.
  • Mix using hand blender to form a stable emulsion. Serve separate.

For The Sirloin

  • Season whole sirloin with salt & drizzle with olive oil. Roll in sesame seeds.
  • Sear in a dry smoking-hot pan & sear on all sides.
  • Leave to rest before slicing.

To Assemble

  • Toss all the salad base ingredients together, top with sirloin & dressing on the side.
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Nutritional Information
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When searing the sirloin, be sure to use a piping hot cast iron pan. If you are scared of burning the meat you can add a dash of oil to the pan before sizzling the steak, however, the steak will release its own juices and will form a nice crust if done on a dry pan.

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