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Brian Kennett

Brian Kennett

Amateur Chef and Boozy Traveling Foodie Extraordinaire

Seared Steak Sushi with Horseradish

Seared Steak Sushi: As usual, the ChillaxBBQ crew pushes the boundaries of BBQ food. We like to shock and surprise with our dishes that are non-conformist to the traditional sausages and burgers. We go hard on the original and unique.

Seared Steak Sushi with Horseradish

This is a great example, but an example that is pretty damned easy to do, and fantastic at a BBQ as it is single-serve finger food. No plastic plates or cutlery needed folks. Just a serving plank and one grazing hand. This is why we created Seared Steak Sushi with Horseradish.

This is now featured in our new cookbook – BBQ Recipes In Spoons & On Planks.

This is enough to serve a single platter for 10-15 people easily. Here we go; Seared Steak Sushi with Horseradish

  • 3 cups of Japanese sushi rice
  • 3 Tbsp sushi vinegar
  • 1 jar of creamed Horseradish
  • 1 Kg Sirloin steak
  • Olive oil
  • Sea salt & cracked black pepper

Like Hansel & Gretel – follow the simple steps;

  1. Cook the rice in a rice cooker, put in a bowl and whilst still hot add the vinegar and mix is thoroughly
  2. Lay down some cling film and make rice sausages rolling it tightly in the cling film to keep the shape – set aside to cool and repeat until all the rice is used up
  3. Slice the steak into very thin slices (all the same size) and pop in a zip-lock bag. Drizzle in some Olive oil and give a good pinch of sea salt & cracked black pepper
  4. Zip it up and mix it all together so the steak pieces get a good coating of oil and seasoning
  5. Flash chargrill the steak slices on both sides – literally something like 20 seconds per side to char but not over-cook – you want this medium-rare, then off the coals and set aside
  6. Unwrap your rice sausages and cut them into bite-sized sushi shapes, as in the picture
  7. Smear some of the Horseradish cream onto the rice, and then lay a slice of the chargrilled steak on top
  8. Place these neatly on a platter and give a good sprinkle of sea salt and cracked black pepper
  9. Serve away – some of the best finger food ever is this.

Our conclusions of Seared Steak Sushi

Seared Steak Sushi with Horseradish is seriously a cracker. Watch the surprised faces when you serve this up. So different for your next BBQ experience, and come on it is pretty simple right? Beautifully tender steak with a wee kick of Horseradish and then the slightly tangy rice. It is a beauty. Give it a go guys – ENJOY!!!

People Also Asked About Seared Steak Sushi

#QuestionAnswer
1Can any cut of steak be used for seared steak sushi?Yes, various cuts like striploin, ribeye, or tenderloin work well. Adjust seasoning to your liking.
2What’s the key to achieving the perfect sear on the steak?Marinate steak in soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, ginger, and garlic, then sear at high heat for a caramelized crust.
3Can I use sushi rice alternatives for seared steak sushi?While sushi rice is traditional, you can experiment with brown rice or other grains for a unique twist.
4Are there alternative ingredients for those allergic to soy?Substitute tamari or coconut aminos for a soy-free option without compromising flavor.
5Can seared steak sushi be made ahead for gatherings?Absolutely! Prepare components in advance, assemble before serving to maintain freshness.
6What vegetables pair well with seared steak in sushi rolls?Avocado, cucumber, and thinly sliced onions add freshness and crunch to complement the steak.
7How do I thinly slice steak for seared steak sushi?Partially freeze the cooked steak for easier slicing. Aim for thin strips to enhance the sushi experience.
8Is it possible to make seared steak sushi without raw fish?Absolutely! Seared steak provides a delicious alternative for those who prefer cooked proteins.
9Can seared steak sushi be served warm or traditionally cold?It’s versatile! Enjoy it warm for a comforting twist or chilled for a more traditional sushi experience.
10Are there alternative dipping sauces for seared steak sushi?Try a mix of soy sauce, wasabi, and ginger for a classic sushi flavor or experiment with teriyaki for a sweet touch.

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