Steak tostadas with avocado & salsa

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Yields: 2 Servings Difficulty: Medium Prep Time: 40 Mins Cook Time: 15 Mins Total Time: 55 Mins

You will fall in love with the flavors after you try our Steak tostadas with avocado & salsa recipe!

Tender and well seasoned steak paired with fresh avocado & herb coated tomatoes make for the perfect tostada topper.

If you want to cut down on the prep time you could use dried cilantro & basil but you will definitely lose out on some flavor.

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0/31 Instructions
  • Gather your ingredients, rinse and let the fresh herbs dry
  • Measure seasonings in small dish
  • Mix seasonings together
  • Trim excess fat off the steak for nice tender bites later on
  • Just keep trimmin'
  • Nicely trimmed
  • Slice steak side to side in 1/2 strips
  • Drizzle small amount of kitchen bouquet on each slice of steak
  • Rub it in until it coats all sides
  • Using pinches of the seasoning coat both sides of the steak generously
  • Pick the cilantro and basil leaves
  • Dice up the cilantro and basil leaves
  • Dice up the tomatoes
  • Tomatoes diced
  • Season the tomatoes with 1/2 of the cilantro and basil
  • Lay 6 tostadas out on a large baking sheet
  • Add the mild cheddar shredded cheese evenly coating the bottoms of the tostadas
  • Begin warming a medium size pan just above low heat.Once the pan is warm, drizzle a small amount of olive oil for a thin coating across the bottom of the pan
  • Mix the herbs into the tomatoes and add a dash of Paprika
  • Put each of the strips in the pan and leave them sit undisturbed for a few minutes to allow a good searing
  • Keep an eye on the steaks as they continue to cook
  • Slice up one half of the avocado
  • Flip each of the steak pieces to sear the other side
  • Slice up the other half of the avocado
  • They should still be between rare to slightly raw which is fine since they will be going under the broiler
  • Take the steak off heat and allow to rest for 1 minute
  • Slice up the steak into 1/4 inch strips
  • Keep on slicin'
  • Put several slices of steak on each tostada, then a couple slices of avocado, and finally a handful of the salsa.Place the pan in the oven on a high broil just long enough to melt the cheese, try not to get too much browning on the tostadas
  • Pull the tostadas out from the broiler and top them with the remaining cilantro/basil mixture
  • Plate and enjoy! Remember to snap a pic and share with us on Twitter or Instagram!

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