Ingredients\n\nSauce\n2 tsp. coconut oil\n1\/2 tsp. minced ginger\n\n2 tsp. Sam \u0026amp; Oliver's Mind Flay strawberry reaper hot sauce\n\n1 Tbsp. garlic, chopped\n1\/2 C. Tamari sauce (or soy sauce)\n1\/2 C. water\n1\/2 C. sugar\nBeef\n1lb. lean flank steak\n1\/4 C. cornstarch\n2 large green onions, diced\nCoconut oil for frying\nSesame seeds for garnish\n\nInstructions\nPrepare the sauce\nOn medium-low heat, heat 2 Tbsp. coconut oil in a medium saucepan.\nAdd ginger and garlic to the pan, then add the Tamari sauce and water when the garlic begins to brown.\nCompletely dissolve the brown sugar in the sauce, then raise heat to medium. Add the Mind Flay. Bring sauce to a boil for 2-3 minutes, or until the sauce thickens.\nRemove from heat and reserve sauce.\nPrepare the beef\nCutting against the grain, slice the steak into 1\/4" thick bite-sized pieces. Coat the beef pieces in the cornstarch, being careful to apply it to both sides of each piece.\nLet the beef sit for about 10 minutes so the cornstarch clings to the meat.\nCook the beef\nHeat one cup of coconut oil in a deep skillet or wok. When cooking, the Beef should be mostly covered in the oil.\nAt medium heat when the oil is hot but not smoking, add the beef to the oil and sauté for two minutes.\nWhen the beef begins to darken on the edges, remove it from the oil, drain on paper towels and empty the wok carefully.\nReturn the beef to the now-empty skillet. Cook for one minute.\nAdd the sauce to the beef, while stirring. Add all the green onions.\nCook for one additional minute, remove from heat and plate. Garnish with sesame seeds.\nReserve the extra sauce for serving.