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Teriyaki Steak Bites



Living as a farmer, we tend to lean towards a community point of view, often spending time getting together in larger groups for functions. We have our favourite appetizers to bring along but I lean towards quick and easy recipes that are packed full of flavour. I took one of my daughters favourite appetizers and brought Asian-inspiration to the West with these heated Teriyaki Steak Bites.


Miss Priss would eat steak every day of the week, if I let her; naturally these were a huge hit with her and before long she had a full plate of these polished off. Thankfully these steak bites are easy to make with only have a handful of ingredients so I don’t mind making them up as a snack or appetizer.






You can fry these but I prefer to bake mine and at the end broil them with marinade on the top to glaze the outside of the bites.


I enjoyed the combination of Thai flavours to create a sweet steak bite with a mild spice. Make these steak bites up ahead and keep them warm in a crock pot for your guests.


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Teriyaki Steak Bites
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Recipe type: Appetizer
Serves: 4
  • 1 lb sirloin beef, cubed
  • ⅓ cup Honey
  • 1 package Ginger Teriyaki Stir-Fry Sauce
  • 2 tbsp Peanut Satay Sauce
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ⅛ tsp pepper
  1. Cut sirloin into 1" cubes and put into a bag that can be sealed.
  2. Mix honey, ginger teriyaki sauce and peanut satay sauce in a small bowl, setting ¼ of the sauce aside for basting.
  3. Pour remaining marinade into bag with the steak cubes and massage bag to cover meat cubes thoroughly, placing in the refrigerator for minimum of 1 hour to marinate.
  4. Preheat the oven to 425 F.
  5. Place marinaded steak cubes onto an ungreased baking sheet and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  6. Cook at 425 F. for 8 minutes each side, basting with the marinade sauce you set aside earlier at the halfway point and again right before they are done.
  7. Plate and sprinkle with sesame seeds and slivered green onions for garnish and serve with appetizer sticks.


Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Thai Kitchen Canada. All recipe creation and opinions are my own.

4 comments on “Teriyaki Steak Bites”

  1. {Drooling as I type} loved catching your mentions today as you cooked. The final result – WANT!!! Printing this now, thanks for the recipe!!

  2. These have a twist that I like, not your average steak bite. I also like the idea of putting them into a crock pot until the guests arrive, this will allow me added time to set everything up

  3. Looks amazing. Great presentation, simple dish with what looks to be a nice flavor choice. Will definitely be giving this a try being a MEATLOVER!! Excellent work, I look forward to more!

  4. Yum, sounds and looks delicious Stacey 🙂

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