A traditional favorite snack travels all the way from Idaho to land on to your plate and mesmerize your senses. This recipe harks back to the 70’s style street food in Idaho. You can spice things up by complementing this recipe with your favorite barbecue sauce. If you feel a tad creative, you may even go on to shuffle the ingredients around and end up with your very own combination. For the basics, we have here this recipe that introduces you to the flavor of Idaho with Finger Steaks. To assimilate more about the recipe, read on and follow through, and then rest assured that your platter is beautifully embellished.
The required time and other nuances:
This recipe involves beef and so may be a little time-consuming. But you would end up with a product that makes up for everything that has been put in. To state the specifics, you would require about 30 minutes for preparation and 10 minutes for cooking activity. The entire process would consume up to 4 hours of your time.
Also, note that the beef involved in the recipe has a great nutritional value.
The ingredients required:
With the flexibility that comes with this recipe, it is easier to arrange for the ingredients that it would require. Here is a small list:
- One and a half pounds beef sirloin steak, boneless and cut into ¼ inch thick strips
- 3 cups full of canola oil
- Some black pepper
- Some salt
- 2 teaspoons of garlic powder
- 2 and a half cups of flour, all-purpose
- 2 tablespoons of your favorite grill seasoning
- 2 cups full of buttermilk
- An egg
With these ingredients gently occupying your shelf, you may take a step further toward firing up that damned grill.
The procedure of cooking:
A moderately easy recipe does not keep you involved much. So is true with this recipe. Try to stick to the steps that follow:
- Grab a huge bowl and mix together half a cup of flour, your favorite seasoning, buttermilk, and egg.
- Toss the sirloin steaks into this mixture ensuring a properly coated meat.
- Transfer this to a plastic bag, place in the fridge and allow marinate for 2 hours at the least.
- Combine pepper, salt garlic powder and the remaining flour in a bowl.
- Bring back the beef and take it out of the marinade. Sprinkle the mixture made in the preceding step, onto the meat.
- Transfer this to the freezer. Give about an hour to overnight of time.
- Heat up the oil to a temperature of 270 degrees Fahrenheit. You may use a deep fryer for this task.
- Take the beef out from the freezer and transfer to the heating oil.
- Deep fry the marinated steaks for about five minutes. By this time, they must be golden brown and ready to serve.
- Remove excess oil and serve on the plate.
Your recipe is ready.
Do not just keep thinking about the good times when you would be cooking this. Instead, follow through. Get moving, now!