Spicy steak bites with asparagus. *Note: Make sure when you are cooking with raw meat you are washing your hands and the tools you are using. Simple enough, steak bites are "bite size" pieces of any type of steak that you love. Just pick out your favorite cut of steak and cut them in to cubes big enough for one watering mouthful of beef.
Serve them as an appetizer, or make it a one-pan meal with asparagus or a vegetable of choice. There's nothing quite like a juicy steak! I was always under the impression that steak was hard to cook. You can cook Spicy steak bites with asparagus using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Spicy steak bites with asparagus
- Prepare of bite-size pieces cut steak.
- Prepare of Asparagus.
- It’s of Paprika.
- It’s of Minced garlic.
- Prepare of Cayenne pepper.
- You need of Olive oil.
- You need of Salt & pepper.
Steak With Asparagus. featured in Surf & Turf Dinner For Two. In the same pan, cook the asparagus with salt and pepper until tender but still slightly crunchy. Overcooked asparagus becomes mushy and wet, while undercooked asparagus is difficult to chew. Pan Seared Steak with Garlic, Herb Butter, Asparagus and Mushrooms – easy skillet recipe plus"how to" tips to cook the best tender steak at home.
Spicy steak bites with asparagus instructions
- Cut steak to bite-size pieces.
- Wash or rinse off asparagus and snap off ends and then cut into thirds. You want bite size.
- Season steak bites with dry ingredients no olive oil then season the asparagus the same as the steak bites with olive oil.
- Air fried to your liking or grill.
- Notes- I food prep this meal and used it a few days later. Meat in one bag asparagus in another bag.
Steak With Asparagus Recipe by Tasty. Then this one pan, broiled spicy steak bites dinner is for you. This one pan dinner will make the meat lovers in. Steak tips are a favorite in my household for their budget-friendly price and bold beefiness, and I love playing around with different ways to flavor them. Use the same pan to cook fresh asparagus until sweet and crisp-tender, and finish it all with a buttery sauce made from the tasty bits left behind from.