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Garlic Butter Steak Bites

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Garlic Butter Steak Bites

Looking for a fast but tasty steak recipe? These Garlic Butter Steak Bites fit perfectly for a quick weeknight meal. Just picture juicy sirloin steak bits cooked in a rich garlic butter sauce, finished with a dash of red pepper flakes. All this in less than 20 minutes! It’s a meal that’s not only delicious but also filled with protein, perfect for any time of the day.

Made in a cast iron skillet, these steak bites get a rich taste from butter, garlic, and fresh parsley. They can be a great snack or pair well with sides like mashed potatoes. This dish is really easy to whip up for a quick dinner. Are you ready to try something really yummy?

Watch the videos below to learn how to make these tasty steak bites!

Exact Ingredients (+ Possible Substitutes)

Starting with the best sirloin steak preparation ingredients is key. Use a high-quality steak for great taste. It should be trimmed and cut into one-inch cubes.

A good butter adds amazing flavor. Pasture-raised Kerrygold butter is a top choice. But, if you follow paleo and Whole30 diets, choose butter or ghee. They both work well, with ghee being dairy-free.

Fresh garlic essentials are a must for great taste. Fresh garlic cloves give the best flavor. However, pre-peeled garlic is also a good option.

  • Salt and pepper for seasoning steak bites
  • Fresh parsley and thinly sliced green onions for garnish
  • Red pepper flakes for an optional spicy kick

You’ll need some tools. A sharp knife is good for cutting the steak. Use a large skillet for cooking. Tongs are for turning the steak. And a meat thermometer helps cook the steak right.

To make this dish gluten-free, use these ingredients. It guarantees a tasty and friendly meal for all.


Start by seasoning your cubed sirloin steak with salt, pepper, and optional red pepper flakes. This makes sure your steak tastes great. Heat a skillet on medium-high and add avocado oil for a nice sear.

Put the steak pieces in the skillet in a single layer. Let them cook without moving them for three to four minutes until they’re brown. Use tongs to take them out. Remove any extra moisture from the pan. Now, melt butter or ghee in the hot skillet. Add minced garlic and cook it for a minute.

Put the steak back in the skillet. Mix them well with the garlic butter. Keep stirring the steak until it’s as cooked as you like. This method makes cooking easy and flavorsome. After cooking, add chopped parsley. Finally, top with chopped green onion for more flavor and a nice look. Serve your steak bites right away for the best taste.

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