Okay.. I have goosebumps and butterflies right now.
A designer I work with, Kelly Maddern, just sent me this www.supermarketcasting.com
And guess what it is?!
It is for a reality show with people vying for the next great grocery store concept.
I really, really would LOVE this! I 100% believe in my Dinner Starters and think they should be on every grocery shelf in America, helping all those busy moms out there (like myself!) who don’t have time to spend hours in the kitchen but want to feel good about serving their families healthy, satisfying meals.
Should I go to the open casting call? It’s on Sunday in Chicago.
Here’s my first shot at cooking on t.v. in case you didn’t see it before!
In the meantime, I made this Pan Seared Beef with Chimichurri Sauce with the Superfood Italian sauce and it was so good I made it again the next day. For those of you that have some of it in your possession, I definitely encourage you to try it!
Here’s What You Need: (Serves 4)
1/2 jar Superfood Italian Dinner Starter
8 slice of very thin beef (2 per person) (Like beef round sandwich steak)
4 Greek style pitas
Extra virgin olive oil
Greek yogurt (plain)
Ripe tomatoes, sliced (optional)
Here’s What You Do:
(Divide the beef as you do not want to crowd the pan.) Drizzle olive oil in a large pan over medium high heat and season the beef on both sides with sea salt and pepper. Add to the pan and heat for 1-2 minutes and then flip and heat one minute. Add about 2 TBS of the dinner starter on top of the beef and hit for one minute more. Move on to the next batches and cover the finished ones with foil to stay warm. Meanwhile, heat another pan over medium high and season the pitas on both sides with seasoned salt and warm through on the pan. (You can also drizzle them with evoo and season with salt and then bake at 350 until warmed through.) Slice the tomatoes and season with salt + pepper. Pile the beef onto the pitas and then top with the yogurt and the tomatoes. YUM!
You have a couple of options here. You can cut the pitas into little triangles, spread with yogurt and top with the beef and sauce and stick a toothpick in. You can also make three little pita sandwiches. Either way make it fun finger food!
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