Completely Keto Simple But Spicy Steak (SK)

In the realm of keto culinary adventures, Chef Miguel sought to craft a dish that would ignite taste buds with fiery flavor while keeping things delightfully simple. Inspired by his love for bold spices and succulent steak, he created the recipe for Completely Keto Simple But Spicy Steak—a dish that promised to satisfy cravings and elevate any mealtime experience.

With a generous sprinkle of cayenne pepper and mustard powder, Chef Miguel transformed a humble steak into a fiery masterpiece, infusing each bite with a tantalizing heat that would leave diners craving more. A dash of black pepper and Pink Himalayan salt added depth and balance to the bold flavors, ensuring a symphony of tastes with every mouthful.

As the steak sizzled on the grill, Chef Miguel imagined the perfect accompaniments to complement its spicy richness. Perhaps a crisp green salad drizzled with a tangy vinaigrette, or a side of creamy mashed cauliflower infused with garlic and herbs—a feast fit for any keto table.

Once the Completely Keto Simple But Spicy Steak was cooked to mouthwatering perfection, Chef Miguel knew it was time for the final touch. With a flourish, he plated the steak alongside the chosen accompaniments, ready to serve up a meal that would delight the senses and ignite the palate.

As diners gathered around the table, eager to sink their teeth into the fiery creation before them, Chef Miguel couldn’t help but smile. For in creating Completely Keto Simple But Spicy Steak, he had not only crafted a delicious dish but also brought a sense of excitement and adventure to the table—proving once again that living keto can be both fun and flavorful, leaving everyone eager for their next spicy sensation.

Completely Keto Simple But Spicy Steak (SK)

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: keto simple but spicy steak, simple but spicy steak
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 6 people



  1. Season the steak well with salt and spinkle some pepper.

  2. Mix the mustard and cayenne pepper together.

  3. Rub the spices into the steak and best case let it sit for a while before grilling. Grill the steak to the level that you feel it will be ready.

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