Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Strips of sirloin with guacamole and roasted veg


One night, we only had one steak so I had to think of something to do that would serve the two of us. It all started with thinking about a steak sandwich and resulted in this absolutely delicious meal that I'd happily serve to any guest.

1x 175 g sirloin steak, brushed with olive oil and seasoned with pepper and salt, fried for 1 min 15 sec on each side, the rested for 5 minutes in the oven on a warmed plate (not hot) covered with a warmed stainless steel lid (or tin foil) in an oven preheated and left on at 1/2 gas mark

guacamole, soured cream and veg

veg: 2 sweet (pointed peppers), 1 bunch spring onions, 200g thickly sliced mushrooms, 3 crushed garlic cloves - sautéd in a frying pan until soft then seasoned with pepper and salt and kept warm in the oven at gas mark 1/2 while the meat is cooked.

Served with crusty bread, optionally trickled with EVO.

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