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Grilled Sirloin Steak with Herb Butter, Honey Gold Potatoes, Asparagus and Zucchini

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Happy Sunday!

We're taking it easy today. Why? Because yesterday we went skydiving. Really. It was scary and fabulous and today we're slightly sore. 

The weather's been beautiful and we wanted to do something easy, so we decided to grill steak, potatoes and vegetables. This meal is relatively healthy and requires very little prep time; perfect for a lazy Sunday evening.

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes

Product Love:
Borsari Salt, all-around seasoning salt
Earth Balance Soy-Free Buttery Spread, vegan butter alternative

1. Prepare your Potatoes
We love these little honey gold potatoes. At no more than an inch in diameter, they're totally adorable! Everything is cuter in miniature form. Rinse them, then wrap them in foil with a few dollops of butter alternative (or olive oil, for a healthier option). We seasoned them with salt and garlic, but they would also be delicious with fresh herbs. The potatoes will need to go on the grill first because they require a longer cook time.


2. Season your Steak
We often use the Original Blend Borsari salt as an all-around seasoning. It's a nice blend of sea salt, herbs and garlic. You could use something similar, but even salt alone will enhance the flavor of the meat.


3. Prepare your Vegetables
Cut the zucchini into halves or thirds, depending on its size, and then quarter each piece. Having larger pieces will prevent slices from getting lost in the grill. We like to skewer the quarters, also; we soak the wooden skewers first so they don't burn on the grill. Coat them lightly with olive oil. The asparagus gets a light coat of olive oil too, but make sure to cut the ends off first. You can tell exactly where to cut by bending a piece; the fibrous ends will snap off perfectly. It'll probably be an inch and a half.


4. Throw the Food on the Grill!
Put everything on the grill and close the lid! It's that easy. The asparagus should go on the top rack and the steak should cook about six minutes on each side. While the food is grilling, whip up an herb butter alternative with some sage, rosemary and oregano. Put a dollop on each steak right before you take it off.





Mangia!

See you soon,
Tanya + Becky

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