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Ingredients
  • 2 Steaks of your choice, I prefer Ribeye
  • 2 Eggs
  • 6 tbsps Dark Soy Sauce
  • Olive Oil, for frying
  • Salt, for seasoning
  • 300 g Jasmine rice cooked and kept warm
Garnishes (optional)
  • 2 tbsps Chilli Oil
  • Handful of Coriander, roughly chopped
  • 1 tsp Sesame Seeds
Soy Soaked Steak with Crispy Fried Egg Soy Soaked Steak with Crispy Fried Egg

Soy Soaked Steak with Crispy Fried Egg

Steak, egg and chips is a classic but you know I like to put my little twists on things! Steak, rice and crispy fried eggs are a match made in heaven I promise you! Sure fire meal for date night or it’s quick and simple enough for a midweek meal.

Prep 10 minutes
Total 30 minutes
  1. Take the steaks out of the fridge at least 1 hour before you want to cook to allow them to come to room temperature.
  2. Set the steaks in a bowl or baking dish and pour over the dark soy sauce. Ensure each steak is completely coated, set aside to marinate for 30mins. This tenderises and sweetens the meat, trust me it’s a game changer!
  3. Whilst the steak is marinating you can chop up the coriander and set aside with the other optional garnishes for later.
  4. After 30mins, drain the excess soy off the steak and rub with 1 tbsp of olive oil.
  5. Set a griddle pan on a medium to high heat(you can also use a skillet but I like the char marks you get from a griddle!). When smoking, carefully place one steak into the pan. Sprinkle over a little salt and cook for 4mins on one side then flip over and cook for 3mins on the other side, seasoning again with salt.
  6. Flip for a third time but also turn the steak 90 degrees, this is how you get that lovely criss crossed charring! Cook for a further 2mins then flip for a final time and cook for 1 last minute. (This is for steak that is cooked rare, if you want it medium add another 4mins onto the overall cooking time).
  7. Take off the heat and place on a board to rest, covering with some foil. You ideally want to rest the steak for the same amount of time as you cooked it. Do this process again with the second steak.
  8. When both steaks cooked and resting you can begin the eggs.
  9. Set a small frying pan on a medium to high heat, the key to a crispy bottom is getting the oil nice and hot! When the oil is smoking carefully crack in one egg (I like to do mine individually so I get get them perfectly cooked) you should start to see the egg white spitting slightly, don’t worry this will calm down!
  10. Season the yolk with a little salt and pepper whilst cooking. The edges will start to look brown and crispy at this point.
  11. With a small spoon, gently tilt the pan and baste the yolk with some of the hot oil. This will speed up the cooking process of the middle of the egg. Remove with a spatula and place on a bed of jasmine rice, then start again with the second egg.
  12. Carve up your steaks into 1 cm slices, making sure to go against the grain! You will see a natural grain running down the meat, cutting against this will ensure the steak is lovely and tender and not chewy.
  13. Serve the steak alongside your crispy egg topped rice and sprinkle with the garnishes. Enjoy!


Soy Soaked Steak with Crispy Fried Egg Soy Soaked Steak with Crispy Fried Egg

Soy Soaked Steak with Crispy Fried Egg

Steak, egg and chips is a classic but you know I like to put my little twists on things! Steak, rice and crispy fried eggs are a match made in heaven I promise you! Sure fire meal for date night or it’s quick and simple enough for a midweek meal.

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Prep 10 minutes
Total 30 minutes
Serves
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Ingredients
  • 2 Steaks of your choice, I prefer Ribeye
  • 2 Eggs
  • 6 tbsps Dark Soy Sauce
  • Olive Oil, for frying
  • Salt, for seasoning
  • 300 g Jasmine rice cooked and kept warm
Garnishes (optional)
  • 2 tbsps Chilli Oil
  • Handful of Coriander, roughly chopped
  • 1 tsp Sesame Seeds

  1. Take the steaks out of the fridge at least 1 hour before you want to cook to allow them to come to room temperature.
  2. Set the steaks in a bowl or baking dish and pour over the dark soy sauce. Ensure each steak is completely coated, set aside to marinate for 30mins. This tenderises and sweetens the meat, trust me it’s a game changer!
  3. Whilst the steak is marinating you can chop up the coriander and set aside with the other optional garnishes for later.
  4. After 30mins, drain the excess soy off the steak and rub with 1 tbsp of olive oil.
  5. Set a griddle pan on a medium to high heat(you can also use a skillet but I like the char marks you get from a griddle!). When smoking, carefully place one steak into the pan. Sprinkle over a little salt and cook for 4mins on one side then flip over and cook for 3mins on the other side, seasoning again with salt.
  6. Flip for a third time but also turn the steak 90 degrees, this is how you get that lovely criss crossed charring! Cook for a further 2mins then flip for a final time and cook for 1 last minute. (This is for steak that is cooked rare, if you want it medium add another 4mins onto the overall cooking time).
  7. Take off the heat and place on a board to rest, covering with some foil. You ideally want to rest the steak for the same amount of time as you cooked it. Do this process again with the second steak.
  8. When both steaks cooked and resting you can begin the eggs.
  9. Set a small frying pan on a medium to high heat, the key to a crispy bottom is getting the oil nice and hot! When the oil is smoking carefully crack in one egg (I like to do mine individually so I get get them perfectly cooked) you should start to see the egg white spitting slightly, don’t worry this will calm down!
  10. Season the yolk with a little salt and pepper whilst cooking. The edges will start to look brown and crispy at this point.
  11. With a small spoon, gently tilt the pan and baste the yolk with some of the hot oil. This will speed up the cooking process of the middle of the egg. Remove with a spatula and place on a bed of jasmine rice, then start again with the second egg.
  12. Carve up your steaks into 1 cm slices, making sure to go against the grain! You will see a natural grain running down the meat, cutting against this will ensure the steak is lovely and tender and not chewy.
  13. Serve the steak alongside your crispy egg topped rice and sprinkle with the garnishes. Enjoy!