2New York Steaksliced thinly (aprox 3 inches long) Can substitute with what you prefer
Asparagus stemsjust half, discard the stem
1large red bell pepperjulienned
1large yellow bell pepperjulienned
1large zucchinicut in half, julienned
Toasted sesame seedfor garnishing
Sliced green onionsfor garnishing
Toothpickhelps for beginners but not required
1/3cupof lite soy sauce
2tbspof ginger paste
1/3cupof orange juice
1tbspground black pepper
1tbspfresh minced garlic
Start by marinating the meat for 1 hr. Use half the marination for the meat and leave the other half on the side.
In a small pot or pan, bring the second half of the marinade to boil, until it thickens up a little. Set aside.
To assemble the steak rolls, place a piece of steak flat on your board, add one piece of each vegetable on top and then wrap it up. You can use a toothpick to keep the wrap together.
Heat a skillet and add some olive oil. Cook the steaks on each side to get a nice crispy brown color. About 4-5 minutes at the max. The steaks should be almost done. Brush them generously with the cooked marinade sauce you prepared ahead and simmer for a minute.
Remove skilled from heat, sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds and green onions on top to garnish.
Serve with your favorite side and enjoy!
Allow your meat to marinate for at least an hour.
You can use any cut of steak, just make sure it is sliced very thin.
These steaks don't need a lot of time to cook because they are already sliced thin enough to cook within minutes.
This marinade tastes fantastic on pork and chicken too! Save this recipe and use it on other cuts of meat.