Teriyaki Steak Tips with Sesame Broccoli Sheet Pan Meal

Ok, I’ll admit it: I get chills still every.single.time I talk about my new cookbook, the Healthy Sheet Pan Cookbook. I’m so thrilled to bring it to you guys, so totally ready to show it off to the world, that it literally gives me shivers!

When I first started talking about this sheet pan cookbook with my publisher, there were exactly 3 sheet pan cookbooks for sale on Amazon.

This past fall, at least 10 have come out! Holy wow. That says that sheet pan cooking is starting to make its mark on the world, and that couldn’t make me happier.

Today I’m sharing with you one of my favorite recipes from the book, Teriyaki Steak Tips with Sesame Broccoli.

This is an easy recipe to put together, and it’s made even easier to when you meal plan it ahead of time: mix the teriyaki sauce together and chop the broccoli florets on a Sunday, then toss it all together on a sheet pan on your busy weeknight and get dinner on the table in record time!

I love serving this teriyaki sheet pan dinner with a side of rice, or rice noodles, but it’s fab on its own as well.



Teriyaki Steak Tips with Sesame Broccoli (Sneak Peek from My Cookbook!)

Ingredients

Dry Goods

soy sauce.25 cup
unseasoned rice vinegar2 tablespoons
honey5 tablespoons
cornstarch1 tablespoon
water.5 cup
olive oil2 tablespoons
table salt12 teaspoon
white sesame seeds1 tablespoon

Produce

garlic1 clove, minced
ground ginger.5 teaspoon
broccoli2 heads

Protein

sirloin steak tips2 pounds

Instructions

Teriyaki sauce is a Japanese marinade that goes amazing on almost all proteins, steak tips included. Don’t be scared of the time it takes to cook the sauce down; a few extra minutes on the stovetop yields a big reward, and if you double the recipe, the extra sauce will keep in the fridge for up to a week and for up to three months in the freezer. If you’d like to go gluten-free, swap tamari for soy sauce. A sprinkle of white sesame seeds at the end adds a nice crunch to the broccoli.

Prep Plan

Prep it for later:
1. Combine the sauce ingredients, following instructions in Step 1. When cool enough to handle, transfer to a resealable container.
2. Break or cut the broccoli into florets, and transfer to a resealable bag or container.
3. If needed, slice steak into strips, working against the grain to keep it tender. Transfer to a resealable bag or container.
Sauce, broccoli florets, and steak strips will store for up to 5 days in the fridge, and 3 months in the freezer.

You’ll need:
1 container of prepared sauce mixture
1 bag or container of broccoli florets
1 bag or container of sliced steak, if needed

Prepare from prepped:
1. Thaw ingredients as necessary,
2. Continue preparing the ingredients as directed, starting with step 2.