Black and Blue Grilled Steak Salad with Balsamic Dressing
This hearty Black and Blue Grilled Steak Salad adds tons of much-needed protein and fiber to your diet and can be prepared in minutes.
It combines the succulent flavor of tender steak with crisp onions, creamy blue cheese and fresh strawberries. We’ve had great feedback from our friends and family (who aren’t always huge fans of salads), and this one is a winner.
When you want to enjoy a delicious, healthy salad that fills you up and tastes sensational, this medley is the perfect choice.
Top tips for prepping ahead (on your food prep day or the night before)
Pre-chopping, cutting or cooking ingredients really helps to reduce stress and simplify dinner on busy weeknights.
- Chop onions
- Wash and slice strawberries
Pro tip: This Chop Wizard paired with its EZ Cleaning Lift Tab are kitchen essentials when it comes to chopping veggies. The Chop Wizard chops your produce into uniform pieces and cuts your prep time in half. The Cleaning Tab makes washing quick and easy.
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