As soon as I read about this recipe I could taste the sweet sticky asian style sauce. Combine it with steak and Mmmm, I’m drooling.
This is a slightly different twist on the current offering at the Kona Cafe, Disney’s Polynesian Resort. The menu there currently offers this as a New York Strip steak, but being from the UK our meat choices are different. So we have opted for a Sirloin Steak. We have also cooked the sides to go with this meal so you can have a full dinner plate.
The meal will consist of Teriyaki Sirloin Steak with Mash Potatoes and a Medley of stir fried vegetables. (sounds good, just wait for the pictures)
- 250ml Soy Sauce
- 30g Sugar
- 1/2 Cup Mirin
- 3 cloves of garlic Crushed
- 2″ of fresh Ginger grated (or similar amounts of Garlic to Ginger)
- 3 spring onion finely chopped
- 125ml Pineapple Juice
- 125ml water
- 3 tsp of Cornflour
Add all the ingredients to a saucepan (excluding water and cornflour) and bring to the boil. Add the Cornflour to the water and mix. Then add to the saucepan. Stir thoroughly and it will start to foam and boil resembling treacle. Lower the heat and allow to simmer for 10 minutes. I found that the temperature had to be very low as it wanted to bubble over. When done allow to cool.
I then spread the sauce onto the steaks and slapped them on to a hot griddle. I turned the griddle onto a medium heat and allowed to cook for a few minutes (to suit). Flip the steaks and re-coat with more Teriyaki Sauce. Repeat as necessary.
Vegetable stir Fry.
- 1 courgette Cut into strips
- 1 red pepper Cut into strips
- 1 red onion Finely Sliced
- 1 carrot Finely sliced
- 1 tsp sesame seeds
- salt & pepper
Add a small amount of olive oil to a large frying pan. Add all the veg into the pan and cook on a medium heat. Season with salt and keep stirring often to cook through. When vegetables are softening add sesame seeds and serve.
- 3 large red skin potatoes
- 100ml Sour Cream
- 25g Butter
- Salt & pepper
Cut up and boil the potatoes complete with skin on. When soft mash and add cream, butter, (salt and pepper to taste)
The only reason I added the mash to the method list is because it contained sour cream, instead of cream or milk. I’m sure most of you would know how to make mash potatoes with out a recipe.
And the finished results!!
The Results were amazing. My wife said that “It tastes just like Disney!”. The show plate is this last photo. After taking the shot I poured more Teriyaki Sauce on and scoffed the lot. The quantities served 2 people easily and didn’t need halving.
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