Asian Grill Flank Steak with Roasted Veggies

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March 8, 2022

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You guys know I love spending time in the kitchen, so much so that I dedicated my whole life to baking and cooking and creating new recipes to share with all of you. I do, however, tend to stick to my favorite things when it comes down to actually making something new. I use gluten free flour when I bake and I prefer making cookies over anything else. I love to cook and eat fresh vegetables and chicken and the occasional pasta as well. So when I discovered this pre-seasoned steak, I knew I had to try it for the sake of my fiance. He loves steak and I don’t know the first thing about it… so cheers to stepping out of my comfort zone and trying AdapTable Kitchen.

What To Expect

One Pan
One Pan

When trying something new, the last thing I want is to make a huge mess and spend the bulk of the time cleaning. So this recipe requires the fewest kitchen utensils possible!

Celiac Friendly
Celiac Friendly

The veggies and meat contain no gluten which is perfect for all your gluten-free friends or partners. The ingredients are actually super simple as well, which we love 🙂

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Ways To Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

  • Social Media! I actually find a lot of inspiration from other Influencers who have also made it their jobs to create new recipes. Every amazing human creates unique recipes with ingredients and spices I have never used or even heard of before. So I always recommend searching on Instagram or even Tik Tok these days.
  • Try AdapTable Kitchen! This pre-seasoned and spiced meat makes cooking dinner easy again. The flavor combos are already decided for you, so all you have to do is think of something fun that goes along with the meat. Order yourself a meat you’ve never actually tried before. For me, it was the Asian Grill Flank Steak as I’ve truly never cooked a steak before this recipe.
  • Check out cookbooks for inspo! There are literally hundreds of cookbooks out there that can inspire your next “most used” ingredient. Especially when you already have the meat in mind with AdapTable Kitchen, all you have to do is find the side in a cookbook and go from there! Or use my side suggestion below.

How-To Cook

Step 1

prep pan and veggies

In one medium-sized baking dish, spray with avocado oil to prevent
sticking and place in 1 bag of mini chopped potatoes, 1 diced red onion,
1 whole garlic cut down the middle

Step 2

season veggies and cook

Drizzle avocado oil right on top and season veggies with salt, pepper, and umami (about 1/2 tsp of each). You can always step out of your comfort zone and add even more spices you normally wouldn’t.

Place in oven at 450 F and bake for about 10 minutes.

Step 3

carve out center hole and place steak

Take the veggies out of the oven and carefully create space for the steak in the center. Place steak in the middle and set oven to broil. Place back in the oven and broil for 8 minutes on one side.

Flip the steak and broil on the other side for 8 minutes. Please note that some veggies may get dark at this point, so you can mix the veggies up to prevent burning or take some out as the rest of the meal cooks.

Step 4

cut and enjoy

Something I learned while prepping steak for the first time: cut against the grain when it’s time to eat. This keeps the steak from getting chewy. Plate your steak and veggies and enjoy.

Veggie Substitutes

If potatoes or onions just are not your favorite, here are a few easy subs you can try this meal out with. The list is truly endless, but here are my favorites:


  • Asparagus
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Broccoli

Asian Grill Flank Steak with Roasted Veggies

an easy meal to help you spice up your date nights by stepping out of your comfort zone
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Course Main Course
Servings 2 people

Ingredients
  

  • 1 Asian Grill Flank Steak (AdapTable Meals)
  • 1 bag mini potatoes
  • 1 whole red onion
  • 1 whole garlic
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt, black pepper, umami seasoning

Instructions
 

  • In one medium-sized baking dish, spray with avocado oil to prevent sticking and place in 1 bag of mini chopped potatoes, 1 diced red onion, 1 whole garlic cut down the middle
  • Drizzle avocado oil right on top and season veggies with salt, pepper, and umami (about 1/2 tsp of each). You can always step out of your comfort zone and add even more spices you normally wouldn't.
  • Place in oven at 450 F and bake for about 10 minutes.
  • Take the veggies out of the oven and carefully create space for the steak in the center. Place steak in the middle and set oven to broil. Place back in the oven and broil for 8 minutes on one side.
  • Flip the steak and broil on the other side for 8 minutes. Please note that some veggies may get dark at this point, so you can mix the veggies up to prevent burning or take some out as the rest of the meal cooks.
  • Cut the steak against the grain when it's time to eat. This keeps the steak from getting chewy. Plate your steak and veggies and enjoy.

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Hey there I'm Chen.

Welcome to Chen's Plate, a food and lifestyle blog sharing gluten and dairy free recipes along with the ups and downs of my life in NYC. Hope you find what you're looking for. So excited to have you here :)

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savory eats

snacks

sweet tooth

shop now

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