“pad thai is the shit!” - some guy at work who was asking about the menu at my job lmao i decided to make a vegan version bc I felt inspired by that quote 😹 turned out amazing omg definitely gonna make this again! The sauce was peanuty and creamy and I died..also died bc I ate so much, as you can tell I have a portion problem lol every single post you can see I cover the entire plate with food 😅 I need to work on that lmao
The results are clear when I stick to a nutrition program it works!
As we jump into a new one starting on Monday that allows one cheat day and only 4 workouts a week this is for busy working families and I can’t wait to rock the shit out of it!
My before picture Monday morning for this will look much more different than the final picture of the post here because food has been not dialed in!
Bring on the changes!
I’m bad at plating but at least I tried 💃🏻! I made this beef steak using reverse sear method and I loved it. With the meat that we get here in Pakistan I think it was the juiciest steak that I’ve ever cooked. Also if you guys try out this recipe I would recommend replacing the blue berries with something else. Loved the combination of kiwi and peach with this steak but I wouldn’t put the blue berries there #learnasyougo .
The following recipe is for this steak specifically!
Method: Preheat oven to 120•C. Season steak with a generous amount of salt and black pepper. Cut a peach into half. Place it on a baking sheet. Place the steak over the half cut peach, this helps lift the steak so it cooks evenly and add another flavour to your plate (wasn’t sweet or sour just had this aromatic power like it was smoked with peach wood). Cook till the internal temperature of the steak reaches to 50•C. Not mentioning the time cause that really depends on the weight of your steak.
After baking let the steak rest for 10 to 15 mins. This helps the steak retain it’s juices. I let the steak rest on the peach it was baking on.
Preheat skillet with a bit of olive oil till it’s sizzling hot. Sear the steak from all 4 sides. This helps seal the juices inside. Once seared add a bit of butter, crushed garlic, thyme and barbeque sauce and baste the steak. .
It was good to talk to my bestman Sal again, enjoyed a good meal and some brotherhood.
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