I get my recipe inspiration from a lot of places. Sometimes friends and family. Sometimes restaurants. Sometimes I get a craving for something that I just can’t kick. This recipe is a result of the latter. I wanted something spicy. I wanted something (surprise) garlicky and I wanted a steak. So what better way to satisfy this craving then with a perfectly cooked steak with a spicy chili-lime sauce poured over the top? It’s spicy, yet full of flavor and pairs nicely with some jasmine rice.
I’m not gonna lie, this chili-lime sauce is spicy. After all, I use 4 serrano peppers. But it’s spicy in a “my mouth is warm but I just can’t stop eating it” kind of way. In other words, I wouldn’t eat a spoonful of it, but when it is poured over the top of a perfectly cooked steak it is down right irresistible.
To cut the heat out a little bit I removed the seeds from 2 of the peppers, if you wanted to cut the spice even more you could remove the seeds from all 4 of the peppers. If you want it extra spicy and play like you are on an episode of Man vs Food, then by all means leave in all the seeds, but I am not responsible for the tears that will ensue.
Serve with plenty of jasmine rice to soak up the spicy sauce and steak juices. Enjoy!
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My name is Des. I’m a Mom to Kellan. Wife to Ryan. Dog mom to Pumpkin and lover of all things food. Whether it is cooking it, eating it, shopping for it or watching TV about it, food is one of my favorite things. Read more »
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