Claire's Marinated Skirt Steak and Coconut Satay

Ingredients

 
juice of a small orange
2 T
tamari
2 clv
garlic, minced (for marinade)
1 T
fresh grated ginger (or dried ginger for pantry recipe)
1 T
rice vinegar
1 T
toasted sesame oil
1 1⁄2 lb
skirt steak (thinly sliced)
 
preferred oil or fat to stir fry
 
thinly sliced scallions (garnish)
1⁄2 c
coconut milk solids (or the amount skimmed off the top of a 15 oz can of full-fat coconut milk)
1⁄2 c
natural smooth peanut butter (can try subbing almond butter for Whole30)
1 clv
garlic, finely grated (for satay sauce)
2 T
cider vinegar
1 T
fish sauce (can use tamarin if not available)
1 T
honey (omit for Whole30)
Yields:
Servings

Additional Notes

Flavor balance with cider vinegar and salt as needed.

Instructions

For Skirt Steak:Mix the first 6 ingredients in a glass container and marinate the steak overnight. Before stir frying, drain, but save the marinade, and pat the steak dry. Heat the fat in wok or heavy skillet to coat. Stir fry in batches until the meat browns rather than steams. Return all the meat to the wok with a splash of the marinade and steam for the last minute. Serve as is or with coconut satay sauce and sliced scallions.For Coconut Satay Sauce:Stir together coconut milk solids, peanut butter, garlic clove, vinegar, fish sauce, and honey. An immersion blender will make it fluffy, but a simple stir is fine. Serve as a dipping sauce with favorite protein. 

Notes

Flavor balance with cider vinegar and salt as needed.