Spicy Carne Asada Beef Strip Stir Fry
with a Leinenkugel Sunset Wheat Beer and a dessert of Belgian Whole Yogurt and Blackberries
Confused yet? LOL. Okay, this dish has a tinge of spice to it. I would compare it to a spicier version of a Peruvian Lomo Saltado without french fries. Well here is how to make it if you’re interested!
What you need:
- Grass-fed beef sirloin strips
- Red onion slices
- Tomato slices (I used on the vine tomatoes)
- Carne Asada Seasoning (I used Mamacita that I bought at Sprouts Farmers Market)
- Cayenne Pepper (I used Sprouts organic)
- Red Pepper Paste (I use a Peruvian one that is Panka Pepper)
- Ground Cumin (of course haha)
- Coconut Aminos (you can use a little bit of soy sauce if needed instead)
- Coconut Oil
What you do:
Season the meat in all of the above except coconut oil. Heat coconut oil in pan and place the meat and onions at the same time (NOT tomatoes yet), and cover. Check for a few minutes and mix. When onions start to get clear, add the tomato slices and let cook covered for a few more minutes.
Verdict? If I can handle the spice, you can! I’m a wimp when it comes to spicy so you can gauge how much cayenne pepper and red pepper paste to use. Nonetheless it was very yummy!
And the beer, reason I had this one was because it was recommended by my friend, she advertised it as tasting like “fruity pebbles” so I was intrigued haha! She did say that draft is better than the bottle but I thought it was pretty tasty either way! Figure after the crossfit workout I had I deserved a bit of a treat. And no wheat beer is not primal so it was a slight allowance.