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Jefferson Place Steak Bites
- Steak likes lots of pepper and steak likes lots of salt. I swear it’s the steak, not me!
- When cooking this recipe, use a very large skillet. If you don’t have a large skillet, cook the steak bites in batches. You don’t want to crowd the pan.
- I prefer a cast iron skillet, but any heavy-bottomed skillet will work. A Dutch oven will work beautifully as well.
- Use a good cut of steak. I prefer a ribeye or chuck eye steak. You can use a sirloin, especially if you’re feeding a crowd to keep the cost down. But, I recommend splurging on a better cut is you’re making it for a smaller group.
- Sear the outside while leaving the inside at your preferred level of doneness. We like rare to medium-rare steaks the best.
Jefferson Place Steak Bites, or simply Steak Bites, are savory bites of hearty heaven! They take just minutes to prepare and my whole family loves them!
- 2 lb ribeye or chuck eye steak
- salt and fresh ground black pepper
- 2 T butter or more
- feta cheese crumbled
- Trim meat and cut it into 1-inch cubes.
- Sprinkle generously with salt and pepper. Toss to coat all the sides.
- Heat skillet on medium high.
- Add 2 T butter to the skillet. Allow butter to melt and brown slightly.
- Place some of the meat in the hot pan in a single layer. Do not crowd pan.
- Don't stir or disrupt the steak for 30 to 45 seconds. You want it to sear.
- Flip meat and cook an additional 30 to 45 seconds.
- You want to sear the outside but remain rare to medium rare on the inside.
- Remove meat to a platter and cook another batch.
- When all the meat is cooked pour the pan drippings over the meat.
- Sprinkle meat with crumbled feta cheese. Serve immediately.
2 pounds of steak makes approximately 4 entree size servings. It will serve 8 to 10 people if you're serving it as an appetizer. ©CallMePMc.com All images & content are copyright protected. Please do not use my images without prior permission. If you want to republish this recipe, please re-write the recipe in your own words or link back to this post for the recipe.
Great as an appetizer or over lettuce for a meal.
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