Warm steak & infused beetroot sandwich with honey & mustard dressingPosted on: 19 June 2015 by 50connect editorial
A sublime crusty, juicy, meaty treat that takes the normally characterless steak sandwich and ramps it up a notch or two.
It is typical of a British summer that as the weekend arrives, the sun takes a break. Nevertheless, we can but live in hope for a break in the clouds that will allow us to relax on the patio or in the garden and enjoy some al fresco dining.
Here is a meal-in-minutes, hunger buster that can be done on the hob or over the barbecue.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 12-15 minutes
for the dressing
6 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2 tbsp white wine vinegar
1 tbsp Dijon mustard
1 tbsp honey
1 small clove garlic, crushe
salt and freshly ground black pepper
for the sandwich
2-3cm fat ribeye steak (approx 225g weight)
1 tbsp olive oil
Pinch of sea salt & freshly ground black pepper
2-4 shallots, finely sliced (for a summer version, replace the shallots with a handful of peppery watercress leaves)
2-3 cooked beetroot choose from Juniperberry & Black Pepper or Red Wine Vinegar and Orange Blossom Honey infused beetroot from the infused beetroot ready-to-eat range, sliced a ciabatta loaf, cut in half & sliced open
Firstly, make the dressing by putting everything in a small jar with a tight fitting lid. Shake well until thoroughly mixed and season to taste with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Heat the oil in a heavy based frying pan until smoking hot. Season the steak on both sides with a little salt and freshly ground black pepper. Lay the steak in the pan and fry, undisturbed, on one side for 2-3 minutes. Flip over and fry on the other side for a further 2-3 minutes. For a 2-3cm thick piece of meat these timings should give you a medium steak. Cook a little less for rare, a little more for well done. Remove the steak and allow to rest on a warm plate tightly covered in foil.
Add the shallots to the frying pan and fry for a few minutes over a medium high heat until softening and beginning to caramelise. Remove to a plate and keep warm.
Lay the ciabatta, cut side down, in the frying pan and toast lightly for a minute or two.
Slice the steak into 1cm wide strips across the grain and divide between 2 pieces of ciabatta. Top with the sliced beetroot and fried onions. Drizzle over a little of the dressing and cover with the top of the ciabatta. Serve immediately.
Any leftover dressing with keep in the fridge for at least a week.
This recipe was submitted by www.lovebeetroot.co.uk
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