- Petite Sirloin Steak
- Onion and Peppers mixed
- Broccoli Cuts
- Asian Stir Fry Veggies
- 6 Petite Sirloin Steaks
- 1 bag of frozen Onion and Peppers mixed
- 1 bag of frozen Broccoli Cuts
- 1 bag of frozen Asian Stir Fry Veggies
- Wegman’s Teriyaki Marinade Sauce
- Salted Butter
- Seasonings: Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Steak Seasoning, Onion Powder, Garlic Salt
Prep Time: 40 minutes
I hope everyone had a productive Sunday. This post will be going up kind of late since I postponed my Sunday meal prep to later in the evening today. Hubby woke up around 7:30 am and hogged the kitchen up while he meal prepped his dish for this upcoming week. I decided to sleep in until about 8 am. Once I woke up I fixed breakfast and had to finish up a paper that is due for one of my graduate courses.
I started my meal prep around 7 pm tonight and I am glad I plan quick meal preps. This meal only took me 40 minutes to prepare and required little preparation. I simply tossed some salted butter into my copper pan and once it melted I tossed in all of my frozen veggies. I covered the pan and allowed my veggies to steam and cook. I then seasoned my steak with the following seasonings: steak seasoning, onion powder, and garlic salt. I tossed my steaks on the stove top and allowed them to cook in salted butter. In between watching my steak, I seasoned my veggies with sea salt and black pepper. Once my steak was done cooking I removed it from the stove and cut the steak up. Once my veggies were finished steaming I drained the excess butter and tossed my steak into the pan of veggies. I then added Wegman’s teriyaki marinade sauce to the mix and allowed it to simmer on the stove for about 3-5 minutes. Simple as that – my meal was done!
Meal prepping does not have to be a daunting or hard task. I try to plan meals that I can prepare in less than 1 hour. I recommend meals that are prepared with a sauce, as it keeps your food moist throughout the week. This is just a quick tip if you are struggling with keeping your meal moist throughout the week. For example, chicken can be a tough meat to keep moist. Opt for chicken thighs vs. chicken breast as the thighs remain moist and do not dry out like the breasts. [Comment below any challenges you face when meal prepping]
Typically, by the end of Sunday night I already know what is on the menu for the following week. However, I have no idea right now. My pregnancy cravings have been so random. I think I need more time to think about my options for next week as they will depend on my taste buds and cravings. Subscribe to stay updated on my journey.