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Favourite Ways to Serve Steak

It’s no secret that we’re big fans of steak – it’s so versatile, it’s hard not to love it! We’ve pulled together our favourite creative ways to cook steak – aside from on the grill with salt and pepper, of course!


It’s hard not to love steak. It’s decadent and flavourful, and it can feel like a real treat to dig into a nice, juicy cut. While steak and potatoes is absolutely one of our favourite meals to indulge in, there are plenty creative and delicious ways to enjoy your favourite sirloin or ribeye!

Sheet Pan Steak Fajitas

Sheet pan steak fajitas are a great option the whole family can enjoy. Minimal prep time makes it a great choice for busy weeknights! They’re also versatile – you can make sheet pan fajitas with any cut of steak you prefer, and you can change up toppings and sauces to suit individual tastes. Get the kids involved – they can help spread ingredients out on the pan before it’s popped in the oven.

Steak Kebabs with Cilantro Sauce

If you’re grilling for the family, you can’t go wrong with steak kebabs – they’re a great grab-and-go option! They’re also a perfect way to fit some extra vegetables into a tasty meal. Quick to prepare and cook, steak skewers make for a great meal at the cottage, by the backyard pool, or on a hectic evening. Plus, you can change up your choice of veggies to keep them fresh and interesting all summer long!

Steak with Chimichurri and Parsnip Fries

Sometimes a good steak needs its own moment to shine. With a light side of parsnip fries and a flavourful sauce that perfectly complements the flavour of the beef, this is the perfect dish for a special occasion – or for those nights when you just want to treat yourself.

Grass-fed Steak Fajita Bowls

Steak fajita bowls are a delicious way to load up on veggies and protein! Full of flavour and able to be customized to your tastes, this is an easy-to-make meal that the whole family will love. It’s also a great way to showcase grass-fed and finished beef, which is raised on pasture its whole life and results in a leaner cut.

Article by: Trish Carnahan


Posted on June 10th, 2020