You Will Need:


• 2 cups of Black Rice (180 ml cup)
• 4 cups of water


• 4 Beef steak cuts, 125 gm each
• 1 tsp of “Eight Spice Sprinkle”
• 2 tbsp, Himalayan Pink Salt
• 1 tsp olive oil
• 2 tbsp, Rosemary, fresh de-leafed
• 2 Pickled capsicums
• 3 cloves of Garlic
• 1 division of ginger (3 cm cut)
• 2 tbsp Fish sauce
• 1 cup of Brag’s Aminoacid Soy sauce
• 2 tbsp of coconut Aminoacid
• 2 tbsp of Maple Syrup
• 2 tbsp of Natvia (erythritol/ Stevia Sweetener blend)
• ½ tsp Himalayan Salt
• 1 tbsp Olive oil
• 1 tsp of chilli flacks
• ½ cup of water
• ½ cup of beef stock
• Rice Vinegar
• ½ lemon
• Half a bunch of fresh coriander


• 1 Head of Cos Lettuce
• 1 Hand full of Rocket salad
• 1 red Capsicum
• 1 big carrot
• 1 big cucumber
• 1 small red onion
• 200 gm cherry tomatoes



  1. Take Rice, wash it and put it into the pot.
  2. For 2 measuring cups of rice you need 4 measuring cups of water
  3. Put the pot onto the stove cover it with the lid and on a slow heat bring it to the boil.
  4. Reduce heat even more to almost nothing and let it steam until all water evaporated
  5. Turn the cooker off and let it rest for 30 minutes under the lid.
  6. Mix rice thoroughly

*** If you have a rice cooker, just cook it on the regime of “brown rice” or if you don’t have “Brown rice” mode, add a little bit more water into the cooker 4,25 cups of water for 2 cups of Black rice and cook it on “White rice” regime.


 Cut carrot into long thin strips or if you have stripe slicer for vegetables use that choosing medium size slicing insert.

  1. Cut Cucumber into long 7mm thick strips diagonally
  2. Half the Cos lettuce head, cut the core out and slice it thinly.
  3. Half red onion and slice it into a half circles, then separate half rings one from another
  4. Half the capsicum and slice each half into thin strips
  5. Cut cherry tomatoes into quarters.
  6. Mix all those vegetable ingredients breaking it up with some rocket salad lettuces.


  1. Chop up the garlic and ginger nice and fine
  2. Chop up pickled capsicums
  3. In the blender put together soy sauce, fish sauce, seseme oil, water, beef stock, maple syrup, coconut amino-acid, Himalayan salt, rice vinegar, natvia sweetener, chopped up pickled capsicum and blend together for 2 minutes.
  4. Heat up the oil in the pot and fry garlic and ginger until slightly golden
  5. Add chilli flakes and mix
  6. Pour slowly mixture from the blender and mix
  7. Let the mixture simmer constantly steering with a wooden spoon until start boiling.
  8. Reduce the heat to the minimum and simmer until thickened occasional steering it.
  9. Squeeze lemon into the mixture, follow with chopped up coriander, mix well, and turn it off.


  1. In the Little Bowl put together Olive oil, “eight Spice Sprinkle, Rosemary leaves taken of the steam and Himalayan Pink salt, mix well.
  2. Rub Steaks with the spices potion you’ve just prepared. Leave it for 30 minutes. Grill the steak on the barbecue to the medium rear of the finish you like. Leave it to rest for 10 minutes before serving.
  3. Slice Meat nice and thin and serve.


Serve on the individual plate distributing evenly meat, rice, salad and topping it up with nice and warm sauce.

Enjoy your meal

 Bon Appetit  😊

Nutrition Facts
4 servings per container
Serving size 1 Serving

Amount per serving
Calories 454
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 13g 17%
Saturated Fat 3g 15%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 93mg 31%
Sodium 2958mg 129%
Total Carbohydrate 43g 15%
Dietary Fiber 4g 14%
Total Sugars 11g
Includes 0g Added Sugars 0%
Protein 45g

Potassium 438mg 10%
Vitamin A 59%%
Vitamin C 137%%
Calcium 7%%
Iron 17%%

The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

Step-by-Step Photos

This Dinner recipe is reasonably easy to make and it is quite entertaining as well! You are a master of quite a few pieces in here: your Thai beef Sauce, your wild rice your salad and of course your grilled beef! 

There is a little tip to it to make it even easier for you. 

During the working week I usually put my rice on in the rice cooker and leave  it on  using the ‘delay’ regime setting so the timer  is set for it being ready and cooked by the time we have dinner, something like 7 pm.  

Likewise, I marinate beef in the morning before I leave for work, which allows all these beautiful spices to penetrate through making meat nice and soft. Then when I get home from work I put the sauce on and while it’s cooking along I prepare the salad and grill the meat.  And Just like that, the rice is ready, the meat was marinated and ready for the barbecue  and all you needed to do is get the salad and sauce sorted and grill your meat!  


Bon Appetit

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