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Sirloin Steak with Garlic Bok Choy

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You can use any cut of steak for this recipe, but sirloin is naturally lean and more afforable. It's delicious on its own with a bold beefy flavour and firm texture, also cooks well with marinades and sauces. Using beef broth and brandy to the pan sauce not only enhances the flavour but makes the sauce rich and creamy. If you don't want to use alcohol, then simply leave it out.
Sirloin is taken from the hip of the cow and tends to be slightly chewy as it's on the leaner side. I would suggest to get top sirloin, which is more tender and suitable for high heat pan searing and grilling, but be careful not to overcook them since the meat can start to turn tough and dry beyond medium.

  • 2x285 g Sirloin steak (or rump steak)
  • Salt and black pepper
  • 3 tbsp Tallow or ghee
  • 2 Garlic cloves, smashed
  • 20 g Herb butter
  • 100 ml Beef broth
  • 1 tbsp Brandy (or marsala)
  • 1 clove Garlic, minced
  • 300 g Bok choy, quartered
  • 50 g Frozen peas, thawed
  • Flat parsley, chopped
  1. Remove the steaks from the fridge about 30 minutes before you plan to cook, so they’re closer to room temperature. Pat the steaks dry with kitchen paper, and season with salt and pepper.
  2. Heat 2 tablespoons of tallow or ghee in a skillet over a high heat. Once it’s sizzling hot, carefully lay the steaks in the skillet and add in smashed garlic at the side. Cook steak for 2 minutes, so they get a nice brown crust. With a pair of tongs, turn the steak and cook for a further 1-2 minutes for rare. Cook 2 more minutes if you want medium. Transfer to a platter or cutting board and cover with a piece of foil. Allow the steak to rest for 5 minutes while you prepare the sauce and garlic vegetables.
  3. Deglaze the pan with brandy and beef broth and scrape at the bottom of the pan. Bring it to a boil. Lower the heat to medium and let it simmer for 2-3 minutes. Add in herb butter. Season with salt and pepper. Transfer the gravy to a bowl and keep warm.
  4. Add the remaining tallow in a skillet. Add in minced garlic, thawed peas and quartered bok choy. Cook for 2-3 minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Garnish the steak with some chopped parsley and serve with prepared garlic vegetables.

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40 comments:

Tom 7/7/21 04:11

...I've never had bok choy.

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J.P. Alexander 7/7/21 05:04

Se ve muy rico de ley lo haré. Te mando un beso

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Raymund 7/7/21 06:19

Ohhh that steak looks perfectly cooked!

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Graciela Bacino 7/7/21 07:24

It feels appetizing.
Inviable in my diet. Pain.
Question: How do you get garlic vegetables?
Thanks!!
Greetings!!
With the bests regards!!

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Lola Martínez 7/7/21 07:35

Una receta muy práctica para las cenas y comidas de verano, es de las que gusta a todo el mundo.
Bss

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DEZMOND 7/7/21 09:43

I've no idea what bok choy is but it looks lovely on that black plate!

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Gustyanita Pratiwi 7/7/21 10:52

sirloin, one of the part of meat that i really love dear Angie...your sirloin combine with bokcoy sound very great...!!!

I want to practice this recipe without alcohol, thanks for sharing ^^

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Angie's Recipes 7/7/21 11:26

@Graciela Bacino Just heat up a bit of oil or fat in a skillet. Add in garlic and veggies that you like. Stir fry for a couple of mins. Simple and quick!

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Margaret D 7/7/21 12:36

Looks delicious and I love bok choy often have that.

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 7/7/21 13:12

I have yet to cook with bok choy and love it! This inspired me!

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Nancy Chan 7/7/21 13:56

Beautiful steak. I love bok choy.

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Federica Simoni 7/7/21 14:37

Magnifico questo piatto! Deve essere buonissimo😋😋😋😋

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Martha 7/7/21 14:37

Perfection! Unfortunately, I've never been able to find Bok choy in my stores or markets.

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Brian 7/7/21 15:24

I know that has to be totally delicious!

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New Classic r 7/7/21 15:46

Beautiful combination of flavors.

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Kitchen Riffs 7/7/21 15:59

Such a nice, simple meal. But one with distinctive, great flavors. Nice!

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foodtravelandwine 7/7/21 16:08

I love bok choy!!...It looks so yummy!!....Great idea!....I love how you plate your dishes!!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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Pam 7/7/21 18:46

What a delicious meal!!!

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Marissa 7/7/21 19:50

This is exactly the kind of feel-good meal I want to eat all summer long!

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Shashi at SavorySpin 7/7/21 20:05

That bok choy looks delicious!

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Pedro 7/7/21 21:19

The sirloin appears to be delicious and juicy. Very appetizing!
See you!

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Martyna 8/7/21 06:08

This looks very delicious!😊

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speedy70 8/7/21 08:56

Adoro il controfiletto, cucinato alla perfezione!!!

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Ann Low 8/7/21 11:05

I love the way you handle the beef steak. Looks so tender and delicious!

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2pots2cook 8/7/21 11:44

Perfectly balanced two components ( meet and vegetables ) week dinner !

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Ben | Havocinthekitchen 8/7/21 13:26

Angie, this Sirloin steak looks perfectly cooked and so inviting! Great flavours / textures for the side, and once again, this is a restaurant-quality dish and presentation!

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thepaintedapron.com 8/7/21 14:39

I love bok choy but never seem to put it in my grocery cart, you've inspired me to remedy that!!

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Malindha Erba 8/7/21 16:59

Tasty, tasty... Now I want eat it xD

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 8/7/21 18:44

What a beautiful meal, Angie. Now you've got me craving bok choy, something I haven't had in a long time.

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Kelly | Foodtasia 8/7/21 20:38

Love how you've made the bok choy, Angie! I usually make it with an Asian flavored sauce. I never considered making it with garlic and butter. Can't wait to try it this way!

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R's Rue 9/7/21 00:49

Looks beautiful and delicious. Have a wonderful day friend.

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Sherry's Pickings 9/7/21 06:51

ooh i really need a steak soon. i only have them once a year or so!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 9/7/21 18:44

Everything about this dish screams "Make Me!" We love an occasional grilled steak on the grill in the summer and the bok choy is such a refreshing side dish with it.

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judee 13/7/21 05:56

I do love book Choy but normally I make it in soups. I'll have to try making it as a side dish. It looks delicious with the peas and garlic

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Pattie @ Olla-Podrida 14/7/21 19:33

Seeing this makes me ask myself why I didn’t get some sirloin last week when they were on sale. I haven’t had beef in a long time, and this looks magnificent! I love baby bok choy, but never thought to pair it with a steak. It looks perfect here, and perfectly delicious.

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tigerfish 15/7/21 15:31

You make preparing and cooking steak sound so easy! To me, cooking steak is intimidating, especially when I don't do high heat searing or grilling. I'm tempted to put the whole marinated steak directly into the oven - will that work? I know not perfect ...

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Angie's Recipes 16/7/21 16:38

@tigerfishI am sure you can. You can check this out from Delish https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/a21566115/how-to-cook-steak-in-the-oven/

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