This Asian Miso Steak Sheet Pan Dinner is an EASY weeknight meal with bold, Asian flavor! This is a healthy, low carb dinner that you will make over and over!
PIN Asian Miso Steak Sheet Pan Dinner
Just a big old sheet pan full of delicious, tender veggies and the most buttery, juicy steak.
OHHHH this Asian inspired sheet pan dinner you guys, its going out to ALL those people who just wanna eat GOOD food but have ZERO time to actually make it.
- YOU. IE. ME. IE. EVERYONEEEEE
Oh my gosh. I am dead over this miso GHEE. Liiiike, give it to me on everything forever and ever the end and I will die the happiest person on planet Earth.
I actually discovered the magic that happens when you mix ghee and miso, when I tried it once on salmon. BUT, we just ate ginger glazed salmon last week, so I thought you might be mad if we had miso salmon AGAIN. Is there ever too much salmon though?
Anyway. Enter: KETO STEAK.
I mean, tell me a better combo than steak and butter. THERE ISN’T ONE.
Okay, coffee rubbed steak might be a close second. BUT ghee is still the best.
Side note: you can totally use butter, with a little garlic, if you don’t have ghee!
Side note, the sequel: this recipe is NOT good with chicken. I tried it. I wanted to like it. But chicken just doesn’t hold a CANDLE to beef or salmon. <– Pssst: try it with salmon after you try it with steak. You won’t be mad about it.
You will not even believe that something that is only two ingredients could create such a flavorful experience in your mouth and that you made such an “Asian steakhouse” tasting meal in the comfort of your pajamas in UNDER 25 minutes.
Who is killing this thing we call life? YOU ARE.
You will ALSO not even believe how much you actually, umm, LIKE eating green vegetables when they are drizzled with smooth sesame oil and then kissed with that salty, earthy, UMAMI rich miso ghee like HOLY MOLY. When did vegetables get so CRAVEABLE?
You’ve probably tried roasting broccoli (or my fav air fryer roasted Asian broccoli) but have you ever ventured into the land of roasting BOK CHOY? This is something I recently discovered, and I have wondered where it has been my whole life. NEVER going to back to steaming or sautéing it. NOPE NOPE NOPE.
The leaves get this charry, crisp-ness that is HIGH level addicting. And then the stems are so soft, tender and a little bit chewy and it’s a combination for the AGES, my internet friends.
Just make sure you don’t cook the bok choy TOO long or that charry-crispy-goodness is pretty much just burnt, black, BADNESS and you will be sad.
Trust me from personal experience.
Just going to have a moment of silence for the trial runs of my bok choy.
AND, moment done.
If you are a person who loves a. easy dinners and b. yummy food then you are in the right place and this Asian miso steak sheet pan dinner is about to make your real-life self a very happy, full-bellied person.
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- 4 Cups Broccoli, Cut into florets
- 4 Baby Boy Choy, stalks separated
- 2 Tbsp White miso paste
- 2 tsp Olive oil
- 2 tsp Sesame oil
- 2 tsp Ginger, minced
- 1 Lb Grass-fed Top Sirloin Steak
- Sesame seeds, for garnish
For the Miso Butter
- 4 tsp Garlic ghee (or butter mixed with garlic)
- 4 tsp White miso paste
- Pre heat your oven to 400 degrees and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Toss the broccoli, bok choy, oils, miso and ginger together in a large bowl. You'll have to use your hands to break down the Miso and rub it into the vegetables.
- Place the broccoli onto the pan and bake until it just begins to brown, about 8 minutes. Remove from the oven and turn it to high broil.
- While the broccoli cooks, mix together the miso butter ingredients and spread 2 tsp of the butter over the steak. Heat a large pan on medium high and saute the buttered side of the steak until it's golden, about 1-2 minutes. Watch carefully so it doesn't burn.
- Place the steak, seared-side up, on the pan beside the broccoli. Broil for 4 minutes.
- Remove the pan from the oven and spread 3 tsp of the butter on top of the steak. Additionally, spread the bok choy on the pan.
- Broil for another 3-5 minutes, depending on the thickness of your steak/how well you like it cooked. I cooked mine to an internal temperature of 135 F for medium-rare. Once cooked, cover with tinfoil and let rest at room temperature for 5 minutes.
- Spread the remaining butter over the steaks, along with a sprinkle of sesame seeds.
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FOR THIS RECIPE, I RECOMMEND:
WEIGHT WATCHERS POINTS PER SERVING: FREESTYLE POINTS:6 POINTS+: 9. OLD POINTS: 8
(per 1/4 of the meal)
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