Peppercorn Steak with Hawaiian Pepper Smoked Pineapple

Family luaus may now have a new menu item. Picture mouthwatering, perfectly seasoned steak made even juicier by the sweet and tangy taste of pineapple. Steak is great, spice is wonderful, but smoked pineapple makes this dinner sublime!

Every bite is delicious, making this meal a family favorite. It is surprisingly easy to make and is great to serve for dinner at any time of the year; use it as a summer feast or as a treat for your taste buds in the middle of winter. Pepper Steak with Hawaiian Pepper Smoked Pineapple is the perfect dish to serve to friends and family, or even at your next family luau.  #JuicySteak

Peppercorn Steak with Hawaiian Pepper Smoked Pineapple

Ingredients:

  • 1 grass-feed Porterhouse steak (1 inch thick)
  • 1/2 tablespoon coarse sea salt
  • 1 tablespoon organic whole black peppercorns
  • 3 tablespoons Steve’s Akaka Falls Passion Fruit Hawaiian Pepper Smoked Pineapple Jam

Garnish:

  • Fresh organic sliced basil

Instructions:

  • Step 1- Rinse steak with cool water and pat dry with paper towel.
  • Step 2- Place in baking dish and slit 20 small slices through the steak. Slip whole black peppercorns into each slit of steak.
  • Step 3- Sprinkle sea salt on both sides of steak and spread heaping tablespoon of jam on top of steak.
  • Step 4- Place oven rack as close to top of oven as possible. Leave room for pan. Turn on broiler in oven and place steak on top shelf. Broil for 5 minutes on one side.
  • Step 5- Take steak out of oven and use tongs to flip steak over. Now add another large heaping tablespoon of jam on other side of steak and spread jam around with back of spoon. Place back in oven and broil for another 6 minutes.
  • Step 6- Remove from oven and let it rest for 5 minutes.
  • Step 7- Thinly slice steak and pile in center of dinner plate. Pour sauce from steak pan on top of steak slices and garnish with fresh sliced basil.

Suggestion:

  • Serve with sautéed vegetables or salad.  

Enjoy!

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