Teriyaki sauce with autumn coleslaw? No, I don’t know what makes it an autumn coleslaw, save for the fact you’ll be falling over yourself to make it again if you’re a fan of crunchy veg. It’s not supposed to be swimming in dressing,
Right, here’s the deal! We are really struggling to find time to write blog entries at the moment as we’ve both got something big on at work and I’m busy getting our second book together for release in December, which, as you can imagine, takes some doing. But see I always feel bad if we’re not putting on new recipes so for the next couple of weeks or so, we’re going to be posting the recipes that we’ve get saved up and, where I can, I’ll try and put some guff on first if I have the time! All I ask in return is a simple favour: please share our blogs, recipes, ideas wherever you can!
Time does make fools of us all though, doesn’t it? I call Paul the minute-man, not because he’s a two-pump chump but rather whenever I ask him to do something he’ll reply ‘I’ll do it in a minute’. I could run into the room, choking on a Hi-Fi bar, clutching at my throat and he’d still merely look at me with absent-minded disdain and finish his tea. Bah. So, let’s get on with the recipe, and I promise we’ll be back properly in a couple of weeks!
Can I just point out one little thing? If you’re looking for an Actifry, the newest model is £79 on Amazon – which is by far and away the cheapest I’ve ever seen it, with the bigger model actually being the same price as the smaller one. Click here to have a look. It’s probably the one gadget we use the most and it’ll not get cheaper than this. Yeah, you can get a Taffle ActiLie from Aldi for cheaper but at this price, it’s worth paying that bit more for the decent version.
Also, bit unfortunate, yes, but we’ve also got another Musclefood deal sorted with…er, Musclefood – we’ve had a lot of people asking for a more varied box, so we’ve sorted one out for £40! Here it is:
You can find more of our MF deals on one page by clicking here – we’ve got a deal for everyone.
to make teriyaki steak with autumn coleslaw you will need:
- 2 decent steaks (we used the steaks in the box above)
- 2 tbsp light soy sauce
- 1 tbsp red wine vinegar
- 1 tbsp honey (2.5 syns)
- 1 large carrot, grated
- 1 fennel bulb, halved and sliced
- 1 red onion, thinly sliced
- bunch of coriander, chopped
- juice of 1 lime
to make teriyaki steak with autumn coleslaw you should:
- mix together the soy sauce, red wine vinegar and honey
- lay the steaks out onto a plate and pour over the soy sauce marinade – turn the steaks over so they’re well coated
- leave to marinade for fifteen minutes
- meanwhile, make the coleslaw by mixing together the carrot, fennel, red onion, coriander and lime juice, and put into the fridge to chill
- heat a large frying pan over a high heat, add a bit of spray oil and add the steaks, reserving the marinade – cook to your liking
- when the steaks are cooked, remove from the pan and allowed to rest
- pour the remaining marinade into the frying pan and cook until reduced and thickened to make the sauce – pour this over the steak
We did the chips in the picture in the Actifry – no oil, just worcestershire sauce and a crumbled oxo cube! Easy! Keeps it syn free, too.
More recipes? Yes: