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AIP Paleo Teriyaki Cubed Steak

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Last Updated on April 8, 2020 by Renee’

AIP Paleo Teriyaki Cube Steak is so easy & delicious. It can be used with Beef or Wild Game such as Venison. No one will be able to tell the difference! Perfect for AIP, Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb, Keto & gluten free Diets. #aip #paleo #whole30 #lowcarb #keto #glutenfree #soyfree #venison #beef #steak www.thehealthnutmama.com
Teriyaki Venison Cube Steak is so easy to make & so good the whole family will love. Venison aka deer meat is so nutritious & much healthier than conventional meat. #aip #paleo #deer #venison #whole30 #keto #lowcarb #wildgame #healthy #recipe www.thehealthnutmama.com

My husband has been deer hunting this past season & my freezer is overflowing with venison. A lot of people turn their nose up because they say “It tastes gamey”.

We don’t have that problem at our house.

The key to cooking wild game is to flavor it well & when possible use a black iron skillet or cook in the slow cooker. The slow & low cooking makes it so tender. If you don’t tell them it’s venison, they won’t be able to tell the difference.  

This recipe for AIP “Teriyaki” Cube Steak is so simple & delicious. My secret ingredient is Coconut Aminos. A healthy alternative to traditional soy sauce & brown sugar. The coconut aminos is naturally sweet so that you don’t need any added sugar.

If you don’t like deer meat or don’t have any you can totally use beef.  I have done this with beef & it is so good! Very versatile. But, if you haven’t tried it you totally need to! It’s so delicious, not to mention so healthy!

Ingredients:

Marinated Cube Steak

Directions:

 

  • Pat cube steak dry & sprinkle both sides with sea salt, garlic powder, & onion powder. Use however much you like. I like a lot. I don’t measure I just sprinkle til it is coated well.
  • Put in large bowl & add coconut aminos & toss well to coat. 
  • Marinate at least 30 min tossing every 10 minutes or so to coat,  or overnight.
  • Heat oil on med-high heat in a Large Black Iron Skillet (Works best in my opinion). Hot but not smoking. 
  • Add cube steak to oil.
  • Saute steaks until golden brown. Turn over & cook the other side until golden brown. Approx 3-5 min per side depending on thickness.
  • Remove from heat & let rest about 5 min. 

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Teriyaki Cube Steak

 

Notes:

  • One thing you will notice is that I put a range of amounts of seasonings in my ingredients. That is because I really don’t measure. If I’m cooking wild game I add more. It is up to you how much flavor you want. In my opinion, you can never have too much garlic or onion powder!

Serving Suggestions: 

Serve with any of these delicious sides: (All are AIP except for the Paleo Squash Casserole)

Teriyaki Cube Steak, Cauliflower and Kale
Teriyaki Cube Steak, Roasted Curry Cauliflower, and Kale

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AIP Paleo Teriyaki Cube Steak is so easy & delicious. It can be used with Beef or Wild Game such as Venison. With this secret ingredient no one will be able to tell the difference! Perfect for AIP, Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb, Keto & gluten free Diets. #aip #paleo #whole30 #lowcarb #keto #glutenfree #soyfree #teriyaki #steak #venison #beef thehealthnutmama.com

 

 

AIP Paleo Teriyaki Cubed Steak

Teriyaki Cube Steak

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Pat cube steak dry & sprinkle both sides with sea salt, garlic powder, & onion powder. Use however much you like. I like a lot. I don't measure I just sprinkle til it is coated well.
  2. Put in large bowl & add coconut aminos & toss well to coat.
  3. Marinate at least 30 min tossing every 10 minutes or so to coat, or overnight.
  4. Heat oil on med-high heat in Large Skillet. Hot but not smoking.
  5. Add cube steak to oil. Cook in batches if needed.
  6. Cook 3-5 min or until brown. Turn over & cook the other side 3-5 min or until brown. Remove from heat & let rest about 5 min.

 

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4 comments

    • Renee' says:

      Hi Brian, In Regular recipes, Soy sauce is used to create Teriyaki sauce. The AIP & Paleo Diet does not allow Soy sauce, so we have to substitute. That is where the Coconut Aminos comes in. Hope this helps to clarify.

        • Renee' says:

          Hi Rachel, Thank you for your comment. Since this is an AIP/Paleo recipe I used Coconut Aminos for the sauce which is sweet due to the coconut. I chose not to add any extra sweetener to my recipe, but of course, you could add a sweetener if it’s not sweet enough for you. This is also a low carb recipe.

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