As part of the Hormel Extended Family Blogger program, I have the pleasure of playing around with some of their products to come up with some new ways to use them.
For my staycation meal, I wanted to bring an Asian flair to dinner. Since it's been so incredibly HOT here (and just about everywhere else lately), I opted to make it a salad meal... something light, but still full of the Asian flavors we enjoy.
I'm a huge fan of London broil and pick it up nearly every week during the summer months. It's really an easy cut of beef to grill or broil so, it's a no-brainer to include it each week. I love when I can find it on sale and will pick up an extra to keep in the freezer.
To season the beef, I used the House of Tsang Tokyo Teriyaki Grill Sauce... a flavorful blend of teriyaki, ginger and wine. It's a thick sauce which really lends itself well to grilling a variety of proteins... chicken, seafood or beef.
I'd love to hear about your summer travel plans! Are you planning a big getaway or staying close to home and exploring all the wonders within a short drive?
Here's a very "loose" recipe for how I prepared the London broil.
Teriyaki Steak Salad
Source: Patsyk Original
- 1.5 to 2 pound London broil (about 1 inch thick)
- 1/2 to 3/4 cup of House of Tsang Teriyaki Grill Sauce
- Romaine Lettuce
- Grape tomatoes, halved
- 1/4 to 1/2 cup sliced almonds, toasted
- Preheat grill on high heat or broiler.
- Brush grill sauce on both sides of the steak - a light coating is sufficient.
- Cook 8 minutes on the first side, then brush additional sauce on and flip over. Cook for an additional 7 minutes, or until the beef has reached the desired "doneness". (Keep in mind, that London broil is best when not over-cooked as it will become tough.)
- Allow the beef to rest at least 15-20 minutes, then slice against the grain into thin slices.
- Divide the lettuce and tomatoes among the plates to be served, then place 3-4 slices of beef on top. Sprinkle almonds on top. I did not add a dressing to this salad, but if you need a little extra "something", I'd suggest a sesame oil and vingear to dress it.
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