Steak Rice Recipe (Friday Lunch)

Wednesday, October 11, 2017


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Firstly, I want to thank every single person
who nominated my blog, voted for me and shared the voting link for the Muslimah Blogger Awards.
I am so humbled by all the love and support 
all my subscribers and followers,
it really motivates me to keep working hard.
Once again thank you so much and I really love you all!

Now on to the recipe,
What to make for Friday Lunch?
Again trying new rice dishes is what my family is all about.



Steak Rice a constant repeat in my family,
it is missing one thing...peas!
Literally no peas all over town hmph 
and I love peas lol


 - STEAK RICE INGREDIENTS -


Cubed Steak
1 Onion - Grated
2 Tb Green Chilies 
2 Tb Red Chilies
2 tsp Turmeric 
1 Tsp Ground Coriander
2 tsp Meat Tenderizer 
1 Tomato - Liquidized 
1 tsp Tomato Pureé 
Salt To Taste 

Boiled Rice 
2 Potatoes - cubed semi thick and fried
Green Peas - boiled/steamed
Dhay - milk/sour milk. green chilies, salt



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- STEAK RICE RECIPE METHOD -


  1. Marinate your cubed steak with green chilies, red chilies, turmeric, ground coriander, meat tenderizer and salt over night.
  2. Fry your grated onions in some olive oil till it's golden brown, before adding your marinated steak and a cup of water.
  3. Leave to cook till it's tender, add in your liquidized tomato and 1 tsp tomato pureé.
  4. Continue to cook, you can add some water but leave to cook and make sure it stays saucy. 
  5. When  your steak is cooked garnish with fresh coriander.
  6. Serving time, plate everything together and enjoy.

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I hope you have a blessed Friday
and enjoy this Steak Rice Recipe which is perfect for Friday Lunch.
If you want to check out previously shared rice dishes 
here are some links:


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14 comments

  1. I love the presentation❤️ Makes me wanna have a bite right away 😁

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    1. Haha if only we could eat from the screen, thank you :)

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  2. I like the photos. The plate is so well arranged. The recipe sounds yummy too.

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  3. this is so simple yet looks so good.. love the plating .. going to try this soon

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    1. Aww thank you so much, it is a very simple recipe. You could also just serve the steak recipe with some extra sauce and roti or a salad. I do hope you try the recipe out. ENJOY :)

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  4. Every rice dish is my favorite but your garnishing is supper which is giving great look to patatos also.

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    1. I love a good rice dish as well, thank you so much :)

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  5. Oh I have never marinated the cube steaks...usually make the sauce and add them in...will have to give this way a go and see how it is...looks delicious

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    1. I love marinating before hand, the meat fuses with the marinade beautifully when it's left to chill for a bit. Do give it a try and I will give your method a try too, thank you so much :)

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  6. Wow...this looks yum....rice and mutton...complete meal in a plate....Congratulations on the win...

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    1. Lol it's actually steak not mutton, but you could try this dish as a mutton curry as well I'm sure it would go so nicely. Thank you so much :D

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  7. This looks so yummy ��
    Can't wait to try it! Thank you for sharing it. All the pictures are really really great ❤

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    1. Thank you so much, I really hope you enjoy the meal when you do try it. :)

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