RECIPE: Seared Steak + Tomato Tostadas with a Spicy-Curry Aioli

Do I even really need to intro this recipe?

Probably not. So here’s the quick run down to spark your interest:

It’s gluten- and grain-free.

It’s delicious.

It’ll upgrade your typical Taco Tuesday in 30 minutes or less.

Cue the recipe part of this post!


Serves 2-3 people


Feeds 2-3 people, depending on how greedy you are

-Two 12 oz. ribeyes

-2 on-the-vine tomatoes, diced

-A container grape or cherry tomatoes, halved

-1 red onion, thinly sliced

-1 avocado, sliced

-1 bunch cilantro, roughly chopped

-1 jalepeno, sliced

-1 cup purple cabbage, shredded

-1 package Siete Cassava Flour Grain-Free Tortillas

-2 tbsp. Primal Kitchen Mayo

-2 tbsp. BOLD SAUCE CO. Spice Cabinet Sauce – use code GINGER when you order to save 10%

-1 tbsp. butter

-Salt and pepper to taste


Step 1: Cook ribeyes.

Heat a large cast-iron pan on medium heat. Once hot, add the butter to the pan and melt. Once melted, add ribeyes – season with salt and pepper in pan.

I personally love a medium-rare steak, so to achieve that temperature, you’d cook each side of the steak for approximately 6 minutes. Longer or shorter if you prefer your steak a different way (but you can also GTF outta here with that).

Step 2: Remove steaks from pan and place on a cutting board to rest for approximately 10 minutes.

Step 3: Meanwhile, prep the rest of your ingredients.

Dice the on-the-vine tomatoes, half the grape or cherry tomatoes, thinly slice the red onion, shred your purple cabbage, slice the avocado, roughly chop the cilantro and slice the jalepeno.

Step 4: Make the Spicy-Curry Aioli.

In a medium mixing bowl, add mayo, Spice Cabinet Sauce, salt and pepper to taste. Whisk ingredients together.

Step 5: Prep your tortillas – follow directions on the package.

Step 6: Assemble and devour!

Hey kids! Just a heads up that this post may contain affiliate links to products I love and use. If you take action after clicking one of these links (i.e. subscribe, make a purchase, etc.) I’ll earn a bit of a commission, which helps me keep this blog up and running – so you can keep finding dope recipes like this one to recreate yourself! Thanks in advance for supporting The Northeast Ginger – xoxo Gossip Girl

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