Grilled Steak & Cucumber Noodle Bowl

 

grilled steak bowl paleo

 

 

Whether you’re on Paleo, AIP or doing a Whole30 or 21dsd, this grilled steak & fresh cucumber noodle bowl will hit the spot!

Yazum! This was so fresh and delicious. Yazum is not a foreign language for the word “delIcious” by the way, but the exact sound that exited my mouth when I twirled a cucumber noodle around a tender piece of grassfed grilled steak.

 

Wish me luck – tomorrow I have to call ABC Kitchen at exactly 8 am to get a dinner reservation for a bachelorette party I am planning in NYC. My poor Sprint cellphone service could make or break the whole shebang. It’ll probably all work out – I am just being dramatic for sensational reading purposes.

 

I do have several more trips this year to look forward to – Atlanta for a wedding, NYC for some bacheloretting, Sedona and Scottsdale for the honeymooning, then Florida for the holidays. Dats a lot of stinky airplane.

 

I’ll actually be moving to Atlanta for a few months in January for school… more on that later, but I am excited to explore a new city. You would think I wouldn’t be sick of Chicago after only 16 months of living here, but you would be wrong. I’m in a land of sidewalks with nowhere to go but into a rubber-floored gym.

 

My body wants grass bad, and not the kind that would get me in trouble with the law. That just reminded me – I rolled around the grass in San Diego and my back got eaten alive by a bunch of flies that bite. Didn’t know that was a thing.

 

 

grilled steak bowl paleo

 

 

 

Grilled Steak & Cucumber Noodle Bowl

Preparation :10 2017-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Cook Time :10 2017-09-25T00:00:00+00:00 Serves 2     adjust servings


Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat a grill to medium-high. Remove skirt steak from fridge 30 minutes prior to grilling and sprinkle with ¼ tsp salt. Brush each side with olive oil to prevent sticking. Grill about 4-5 minutes per side to your desired doneness. Mine is grilled medium-rare and let rest 5 minutes before slicing. 
  2. Meanwhile, use a spiralizer to make long cucumber noodles. Do so by slicing the cucumber in half width-wise and spiralize each half. Alternatively, you can use a julienne peeler to create long noodles. 
  3. Place cucumber noodles in a strainer set over the sink. Toss with ¼ tsp sea salt and let sit for 10 minutes. The salt helps the cucumber "sweat" out extra moisture. Remove excess liquid from cucumber by squeezing noodles with your hand.
  4. Toss cucumber noodles and remaining ingredients in a bowl. Top with thinly sliced skirt steak and serve.

Recipe Notes


 

 

 

Got the grill out? Try my Grilled Chicken Kabobs with Orange, Olive & Oregano!

 

 

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