Sunday, August 05, 2007

New York Steak to Asian Steak Wrap

Had friends visiting from Ireland and it was so much fun to see them again. We had shrimp cocktail, chips and dip (kids' fav), some New York steaks on the grill, brats, and a few sides. Their three beautiful children were so well behaved, and everyone had a lovely time. For dessert, I made some homemade chocolate ice cream and served it with bing cherries and strawberries, and the kids LOVED IT! As usual, we cooked extra steaks, so for lunch today, I made a simple steak wrap with shredded cabbage, shredded carrots, shredded cheddar with a spicy peanut sauce.1 tablespoon vegetable oil
2 grilled new york steak cut into strips
1/8 cup shredded carrots,
1/8 cup shredded cabbage,
1/8 cup toasted and chopped cashews
1 cup snow pea pods
1/3 cup spicy peanut sauce or your favorite asian salad dressing
4 9" Burrito Size Sun-dried tomatoe flavored Tortillas
4 red leaf lettuce leaves
1 tablespoon 1 teaspoon chopped cilantro
1/4 cup sliced red onions

Spread spicy peanut sauce on 4 tortillas and divide the ingredients among them.


Anonymous said...

Asian steak wrap for me please! :P
That steak looks 'done just right'.

Another idea for me. :)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi gf,
I just came from puslishing my blog to your blog, and it's really a East meets West Kitchen feeling leh. LOL!

P/s Did you buy a new set of white plates?

Everyday Healy said...

Really... I wish that you were my mum! haha... why? So that I can have delicious lunch and dinner everyday. :)

Anyway, I wanna start learn cooking from you! :)

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Hi Judy,
LOL! Yes, one coming your way! Glad you like the steak! :)

Hi gf!
LOL! Thanks for noticing! Oh, you mean those old plates? ;)

Hi healy,
Thanks, however I am too young to be your mom lah. The mar-tah (police) will come catch me, no? Of course I will cook for you, but I think your mom has much more experience than me, and is the better cook! I am jealous that you are Penang, and enjoying all that good food too.

Anonymous said...

Your friends are lucky. They always have you cooked such nice tasting dishes for them.

Big Boys Oven said...

hehehe they looks so nice, I just stocked a few piece of steak in my freezer waiting to be created too. heheheh......

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Hi Tigerfish,
Thanks! I am THE lucky one to have friends eat my food. LOL!

Hi Big boys oven,
Thanks! I'm sure your creation will be superb! :)