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Teriyaki Steak Tips

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Teriyaki Steak Tips Recipe

The Teriyaki Steak Tips Recipe provides for a charred, teriyaki-inspired steak tips that boast a nice balance of sweet and salty elements. For a thick, glaze sauce that doesn’t need to simmer long on the stovetop, add cornstarch to a mixture of soy sauce and fresh ginger. Add a bit of heat and complexity with hot pepper jelly to amp up the flavor of the sauce and contribute some body. Thinly sliced scallions added fresh, crisp, grassy notes and brightness to the sweet yet savory steak tips. Try to cook this steak medium, but if you prefer it more or less done, see our guidelines below.

Adjust oven rack 6 inches from broiler element and heat broiler. Line broiler pan bottom with aluminum foil and top with slotted broiler pan top.

Grate 1 tablespoon ginger. Whisk ginger, jelly, soy sauce, and cornstarch together in bowl to dissolve cornstarch. Transfer mixture to small saucepan and bring to simmer over medium-high heat. Reduce heat to medium-low and cook, stirring occasionally, until sauce is thickened and syrupy, about 5 minutes. Measure out and reserve ¼ cup glaze for serving.

Trim steak, cut into 2-inch chunks, and lay on prepared broiler pan. Brush with remaining glaze and broil, turning occasionally, until meat is charred around edges and registers 130 to 135 degrees (for medium), about 10 minutes.

Thinly slice scallions. Brush teriyaki steak tips with reserved glaze, sprinkle with scallions, and serve.

Sirloin Steak Tips -Steak Tips

Steak tips, also called flap meat or sirloin tips, have a big beefy flavor and tender texture (when sliced properly against the grain) that make this cut one of our favorite inexpensive steaks. But since “steak tips” is a catch-all phrase for almost any type of beef cut into strips, it can be tricky to identify. The easiest way is to look at the grain: Flap meat has a large-grained texture. similar to that of flank steak and skirt steak, unlike other beef cuts, which tend to have a finer, tighter grain. If you can, buy a whole steak, not strips or cubes, so you can cut it into evenly sized pieces that will cook through at the same rate.

Sirloin Steak Tips -Steak Tips Recipe

Serves 4
Fresh ginger
½ cup hot pepper jelly
½ cup low-sodium soy sauce
½ teaspoon cornstarch
1½ pounds sirloin steak tips
2 scallions

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