- 1 3/4 pounds flank steak
- 1/4 cup soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 1 tablespoon chili paste
- 2 tablespoons olive oil (light flavored)
PER SERVING *
|Calories360Calories from Fat160|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat160|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Nerdy Nail 3 days ago
it turned out really good the oil turns into a thick sauce that it great with rice
Sierra Lundstrom 10 days ago
Used blade steak instead of flank steak, so the bites were a bit tougher than expected. Would’ve turned out better if the meat sat in the marinade overnight. But overall was a very good, easy recipe
Sabrina 11 days ago
Turned out great. Very easy to make.
Allison Roark 19 days ago
10/10 would make again
Hallie Olsoe 5 Nov
Turned out great. It was restaurant quality when plated with non instant jasmine rice.
Ubaldo C. 24 Oct
It’s easy and delicious I also added a bit of white wine. I will definitely do again
Nicolas T. 23 Oct
Easy to make, delicious, salty. I put too much soy sauce. 😅
Church 21 Oct
Wonderful! My teenage girls loved them.
Phil 15 Oct
we can't have this enough! I've added sugar snap peas to this and cook them with the meat in a wok. I use sesame oil for taste and its high temp tolerance. The hotter you can cook this the better!
Soah L. 15 Oct
I added the carrots Made it for lunch box
Teresa T. 14 Oct
Yum! Used as a protein lunch with spinach salad Love the taste of these spices with the meat.
Erica 10 Oct
So easy and flavorful. I’ve made this multiple times and each time is better than the last. Once, I even used this on leftover grilled streak and it worked great!
Corinna Jordan-Keyser 3 Oct
My family kept asking for more. Definitely a repeat dinner that is quick and easy.
Diane Schneider 24 Sep
I was out of chili paste so used red curry paste. Really, really flavorful.
John Springrose 18 Sep
Used leftover fajita meat turned out great
Lesvy Román 16 Sep
It turned out just like the photo and it was go
Aliyah Averette 11 Sep
delicious. I added a bit more honey than suggested to make the marinade thicker and I served it with broccoli
Jennifer Altieri 6 Sep
Ok. Next time I will try to make the marinade thicker so it gives more flavor to the meat.
Danny Boe 29 Aug
Good thing you it taste good
Brittni J. 18 Aug
Delicious! I sauteed some sugar snap peas and green onion with a stir fry sauce and topped the steak bites with sesame seeds and raw green onions. Will make again!
Janna 9 Aug
Even the kids loved it!
Talcott 8 Aug
These came out amazing. Because of impromptu plans I ended up marinating for 12 hours and they were so tender.
Michelle N. 21 Jul
Excellent!! Great taste and very tender. I couldn’t find chili paste so I used chili powder (about one tbsp) and it was very good. My family gobbled them down.
Roderick J. 18 Jul
oh so delish!! No need for steak sauce on the side cuz its very flavorful.
Tiffany 15 Jul
I love this! I used the recipe for the marinade to cover the glass noodles in the japchae
Tunah C. 19 Jun
Very easy to make and delicious. I did add 2 teaspoons of garlic to give it a bit more flavour but will be making this again.
Anita C. 2 Jun
Delicious! My husband and son both loved it. Great flavor. Easy to make and cooks quickly. Make sure to only cook a few minutes. You don’t want to overcook it.
sky 23 May
This is good but a little different tasting. I used garlic chili paste. Would probably try this again in the future and serve over jasmine rice.
Saba C. 22 May
Delish! Husband loved it! Used garlic chili paste instead and it was amazing!
Tasha Brumfield 15 May
not as good as hoped. used a different cut of meat. I also used chili sauce instead of paste. Good enough for me to try again with the rite meat and ingredients