Easy Peri Peri Steak with Endive Salad
If you haven't had peri peri steak, you're missing out.
Peri peri is a type of pepper and when mixed with fruit it creates a dynamic, robust and hot sauce.
If you haven't had peri peri on steak, it's time. For an all natural peri peri sauce, get to know Lesedi Farm. With recipes passed down by family in Botswana, Dorcas makes a peri peri sauce that sells out regularly at local farmers markets in Washington State.
She's hyper-conscious about ingredients which means she passes on that care to you in her sauces and marinades. Cautious about excess sugar and salt, the sauces are clean and preservative free. They make for a outstanding sauce for meat, vegetables and fish.
Peri Peri Steak
Marinate the steak in Lesedi Farm Peri Peri overnight then bake at 400 degrees fahrenheit (middle rack) 10 minutes a side. Or to eat right now.
- 1 steak 1 inch thick (your preference)
- Put in oven for 10 minutes. Then pull out of the oven and cover with peri peri sauce. Put back in the oven for another 5, flip and pour on more peri peri. Cook to your desire, usually 5 more minutes makes for a perfect tenderness.
We bought local beef from Three Sisters Farm on Whidbey Island -- grass fed and grass finished for all those extra nutrients, freshness and local flavor.
For the Salad
- 1 small radicchio
- 1 endive
- 2 tablespoons of sunflower oil
- 1/4 teaspoon of Bay Laurel Tarragon Salt from Terre Botanicals
- 1/2 teaspoon raw honey
Chop radicchio and endive into small chunks after washing. Mix dressing and pour over salad.
Peri Peri sauce and herb salt infusions by Terre Botanicals are both available on Treatmo for quick shopping direct from the food maker and easy repeat ordering without the fuss.