Air Fryer Juicy Steak Bites

Air Fryer Juicy Steak Bites

Enjoy the flavor of our steak bites that are air-fried. These flavorful, delicious, and speedy steak bites are the ideal snack or dinner. Give them a try right now!


  1. Two-pound sirloin steak, cut into 1½-by-1-inch pieces;
  2. two tablespoons of oil;
  3. one-tsp ground black pepper;
  4. one-tsp salt;
  5. and one-tsp soy sauce


  •  Roughly chop meat into 1-by-1-inch chunks.
  • Mix the soy sauce, oil, pepper, and salt together.
  • Place the steak in the bowl and toss it with the sauce to coat it.
  • Warm up the air fryer.
  • Cook for 7–12 minutes at 400°F in an air fryer.
  • Twelve minutes is medium-well; seven minutes is more infrequent.
  • Serve as a main course with noodles, vegetables, or steamed rice.

NOTES Taste Adjustments

  • Onions: Before heating, add some finely chopped white or yellow onions to your bowl of sauce and mix thoroughly.
  • Mushrooms: Steak and mushrooms are a natural combination. Just add the mushrooms to the bowl, toss them in the sauce, drizzle a bit more oil over them, and air fried them with the steak pieces.
  • Spices: Garlic, ginger, paprika, cumin, coriander, chili powder, lemon juice, and toasted sesame seeds are other spices that pair well with soy sauce.
  • Sauces: You can serve the steak bites with Worcestershire sauce, Cajun butter sauce, mustard cream, barbecue sauce, A1 sauce, hummus, tzatziki sauce, or steak Diane sauce.
  • Cheese: When it comes to steak, I can’t get enough of crumbled blue cheese. When the steak is cooked through, sprinkle it with some crumbled blue cheese and let it melt a little bit into the meat. This is a choice that many well-known steakhouses now provide, and I truly enjoy it. It gives the meat a strong, acidic flavor.
  • Butter: After the air fryer steak is cooked, toss it in a bowl with butter. This component will provide it flavor in addition to moisture.
  • Garlic: Add the garlic at the beginning of the marinating process to lock in even more flavor, and then cook it as directed by the recipe. When plating the steak for supper, mince the garlic and mix it in a bowl with a little melted butter if you’re like me and like raw garlic.

Leave a Comment