Top Sirloin Baseball Beef Steak with Grilled Corn Salad is the ultimate way to celebrate summer! We’re making the most of our fresh picked corn with spicy flavors and juicy textures.
Did you know that you can eat corn on the cob without cooking it? Yes! Try taking a bite the next time you remove the husk and clean – you’re in for a big surprise – deliciousness!
Most of us are used to grilling or boiling it though and I’ve created a simple salad with robust flavors to accompany this amazing top sirloin baseball beef steak from Thatcher Farm. We carry a variety of their products at the market and you’ll love the different choices of sausages available as well!
Adding a little lime and jalapeno to this salad gives it just the right kick and I love that once you’ve grilled the corn, you can put it together as you cook the steak.
This is the perfect meal for a busy weeknight or weekend entertaining. It will allow you to spend time with your guests and keep the fussing in the kitchen to a minimum.
Corn is Super Healthy!
Nutrition facts for 3.5 ounces (100 grams) of boiled yellow corn:
Protein: 3.4 grams
Carbs: 21 grams
Sugar: 4.5 grams
Fiber: 2.4 grams
Fat: 1.5 grams
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1/2jalapeno pepper, chopped finely. (use less if you don't like it spicy)
juice and zest of one lime
1cupfresh cilantro, choppedI have used both basil and cilantro
salt and pepper to taste
Place corn on the grill on medium high and turn until charred on all sides. About 10 minutes. Remove.
While corn is grilling, combine remaining ingredients.
Cut kernels of corn from cobs and add to combined ingredients. Season with salt and pepper and serve.
For Grilled Top Sirloin Baseball Beef Steaks
Preheat grill with large cast-iron pan placed on one side. Meanwhile, pat steak dry and generously season with salt and pepper.
When skillet is hot and almost smoking, place butter in the skillet and add steaks; cook steaks, basting in melted butter 4 to 5 minutes per side. Transfer steak to a plate and loosely cover with foil; let rest for 10 minutes.
Note: The baseball cut is thicker than most (which makes it juicier and even more delicious) . I cooked it medium rare and if you want it cooked longer, be careful not to burn.
How fun is this salad? All the goodness of fresh farm produce all mixed into one! Best of all it takes no time at all because while you’re roasting the corn and potatoes, you can prepare your other veggies and viola – a gorgeous salad that your kids will gobble up!
All of the produce used in this dish came from Barrie Hill Farms. They even had huge basil plants that I pounced on and now I’m in the process of concocting a fun new pesto recipe.
The simple dressing of olive oil and red wine vinegar enhances the flavours and you know I love a potato salad without that dreaded mayo!
Sugar Snap Pea, Radish & Cucumber Salad is a 10 minute summer dish full of everyone’s favorite farmer’s market gems. Simply combine the veggies and drizzle with a mix of olive oil, lemon juice and sesame seeds!
It’s PYO Time!
So much beautiful produce in the fields to pick right now! Blueberries, raspberries, corn, peas, and soon there will be fall raspberries and much more!
By the time we get home, the peas are seriously depleted because no one can resist snacking on these beauties. That’s the great thing about these peas – they are delicious raw, steamed, boiled or even toss them in a basket on the grill.
Sugar Snap Peas Nutrition Facts:
Improving digestive and heart function while aiding in the metabolism of fats and blood sugars.
The soluble fiber in sugar snap peas binds to cholesterol and prevent its absorption in the bloodstream, preventing the buildup of arterial plaque.
A one-cup serving of sugar snap peas delivers just over 10 grams of carbohydrates, which is usually well within the limits of the low carb diets
What are you favorite veggies/fruits to pick at the farm? We’d love to see what you’re cooking! Show us your creations on Instagram or Facebook so we can share with our followers!
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