❓What do y’all think are the best smells in the world?❓Personally, my votes would be for bread baking, sweet olive bushes, sizzling bacon, sporting-good stores, freshly baked pizza, violets, fresh basil, rosemary, chocolate chip cookies right out of the oven, gardenias, onions hitting a hot skillet, a campfire, ripe strawberries, roses, my babies’ heads after a bath, and oddly enough, Worcestershire sauce. So tonight’s Greek cauliflower rice bowls w/steak (marinated in Worcestershire) reallllllllly got my flag up the pole. 🍆 Super easy, yummy dinner, and now I’ve got chimichurri for the week too! 😃 How I did it👇🏼 #savoringtheflavoring
1. Marinated some @butcher_box steaks in avocado oil + Worcestershire + garlic powder + sea salt + pepper for a few hours, then patted dry + cooked a min per side in a hot cast iron skillet over high heat. Broiled in the oven for 3-4 min to cook the rest of the way, then took it out + let it rest a few min before slicing.
2. Processed a whole head of cauliflower florets into “rice” in the food processor, then sautéed in ghee for a few min in my huge cast iron skillet. Seasoned w/sea salt + garlic powder + pepper + onion powder.
3. Made some chimichurri sauce: Minced a bunch each of cilantro, parsley + green onion + a couple tbsp of fresh oregano leaves + 2 garlic cloves in the food processor, then added in a couple pinches of sea salt + the juice of 1/2 a lemon. With the machine running, I drizzled in olive oil through the feeder tube until it was the consistency I like, like a pesto sauce.
4. Served steak over cauliflower rice, then topped w/chopped cuke, tomato, red onion, olives, feta + chimichurri.👌🏼