Real food on a plate. Steak. Broccoli. Because a keto dinner doesn’t have to be complicated. A keto friendly version of my favorite Steak and Broccoli Stir Fry that’s healthy yet doesn’t sacrifice on flavor. Keto Steak And Broccoli Stir-Fry – You must try this recipe.
If you can’t find flat iron steak you could substitute it with flank steak, or sirloin steak.
Don’t have coconut aminos? No problem, just substitute with Tamari or a low sodium gluten free soy sauce but you may not need as much as they are stronger tasting and much saltier.
Don’t skip the marinating, it will really improve the finished flavor of this recipe.
We love to serve our keto low carb beef and broccoli over cauliflower rice, its a great keto alternative to regular rice.
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Keto Steak And Broccoli Stir-FryCourse: Main DishesCuisine: Ketogenic
Real food on a plate. Steak. Broccoli. Because a keto dinner doesn’t have to be complicated. A keto friendly version of my favorite Steak and Broccoli Stir Fry.
4 oz. butter
12 oz. ribeye steaks
9 oz. broccoli
1 yellow onion
1 tbsp tamari soy sauce (optional)
1 tbsp pumpkin seeds
salt and pepper
- Slice steak and onion. Slice or chop the broccoli including the stem. (Peel the stem with a paring knife first if it looks rough.)
- Heat up plenty of butter in a frying pan or wok. Brown the meat. Season with salt and pepper. Remove and put aside.
- Brown broccoli and onion in the same frying pan with more butter. Save a dollop of butter for serving.
- Add soy sauce towards the end (optional). Return the meat back to the pan and stir. Season to taste.
- Serve immediately with a dollop of butter and pumpkin seeds.
- The meat continues to cook after you take it off the heat, so err on the side of slightly less cooking time. You can always cook it a little more with the veggies at the end if you wish.
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