Steak and Zucchini Horseradish Alfredo: Serves 4
6 cups zucchini noodles (about 2 large zucchinis)
1½ lbs raw skirt steak, thinly sliced
¼ cup low sodium chicken or vegetable broth
½ tsp Arrowroot Starch (Thickener)
1 cup unsweetened almond milk
2 tsp horseradish
1 tsp garlic powder
½ tsp low sodium soy sauce
¼ tsp each- salt & pepper
Pam - cooking spray
Heat a cast iron skillet over high heat for 4-5 minutes. You want the pan to be really hot before you add the steak
Coat the steak with pam and sprinkle with salt and pepper, then add the steaks to the hot pan.
You want to hear a sizzle when the steaks touch the pan. Cook for 2 minutes, flip then cook for another 2 minutes. Remove the steaks from the pan and set them aside to rest.
Lower the heat to medium and spray pan with pam.
In a separate bowl, stir together the stock and starch and add the mixture to the pan.
Whisk the stock and scrape up any steak bits in the bottom of the pan.
The mixture thickens for around 1 minute then add the milk, horseradish, garlic powder, soy sauce, salt and pepper.
Let the sauce thicken for around 10 minutes, whisking occasionally.
While the sauce is thickening, prepare the zucchini noodles. Using a julienne peeler or a very sharp knife, peel the zucchini to create noodle shaped slices. When you get to the seeds of the zucchini, stop peeling.
When the sauce is thick enough to coat the back of a wooden spoon, add the zucchini noodles. Combine the sauce and the zucchini noodles and cook the mixture for another 2 minutes, just to lightly cook the zucchini.
Divide zoodles in 4 equal portions.
Place the Zoodles on a plate and top with slices of the steak.
Ok, now it’s your turn! Make your own Horseradish Alfredo Steak with this recipe and take a photo and tag us #HealthyWarner, so we can check it out!
Did you know studies show: Horseradish roots are often used as medicine? Some people take take horseradish by mouth for urinary tract infections, kidney stones, fluid retention, respiratory infections, cough, achy joints, gallbladder issues, sciatic nerve pain, gout, colic, and intestinal worms. Some people apply horseradish directly to skin for painful and swollen joints or tissues and for minor muscle aches.
Don't miss out on our healthy recipes: http://www.beyondimpossible.com/subscribe enter your e-mail address, so that we can send you health tips, recipes, updates, events and tons of value straight to your inbox!