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At Home Steak Bowls

This steak bowl tastes as good as it looks. Even though the weather has been super hot here in southern California, that did not stop me one bit from making this delicious meal!

Steak bowls are one of the easiest, fast and fun ways to get in a bunch of yummy whole foods and some quality protein! My favorite thing about this recipe is not only how colorful the dish looks, but at how tasty the steak is!

I had the opportunity to try SunFed Ranch Top Sirloin and I was not disappointed, but in fact impressed.

SunFed ranch goes above and beyond to provide delicious grass-fed beef that’s better for our environment and better for your health. With one bite, I was hooked. Seriously.

If I could describe their meat in one word, it would be quality as their steak is juicier, tastier and packed with nutrients and Omega 3s.With 43g of high quality protein, this is an absolute must try recipe for your next lunch or dinner!

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𝐌𝐚𝐜𝐫𝐨𝐬: 43.6C / 7.4F / 43P


For the steak:

145g SunFed Ranch Top Sirloin

Lime / Orange Juice

3g Onion Powder / Garlic Powder

2g Cumin / Paprika

Salt / Pepper

Corn Salsa

55g Corn

5g Cilantro

15g Onion

2g Jalapeno



Pico De Gallo

60g Tomato

20g Onion

5g Cilantro




125g Romaine Lettuce

46g Black Beans

56g Spanish Rice

22g Avocado


For the steak: in a bowl add all ingredients, and allow to marinate for 2 hours. For the corn salsa, and pico de gallo, combine all ingredients and place to the side. Cook steak on each side for about 4-5 minutes. Allow to rest for about 10 minutes. Assemble bowl starting with lettuce, beans, rice, corn salsa, pico, steak, avocado and extra Jalapeno.


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I'm Sarah: fitness enthusiast, food lover, and now a novice blogger. I am blessed to live in California where I am loving life! Get to know more about me here!  

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