An effortless recipe that is packed with amazing flavours. You are going to love this Italian inspired sirloin, seared to wonderfully tender perfection.
2 sirloin steaks, 8-10 oz each
1 tbsp vegetable oil
3 cloves garlic, smashed
Few sprigs fresh thyme
Few sprigs fresh rosemary
1 tsp garlic salts
1 tsp five herb salts
2 tbsp butter
Rub the steaks with the chilli and garlic salt and leave for 10 minutes. Heat a frying pan until smoking hot and add the vegetable oil followed, carefully, by the steaks. Sear the steaks on both sides for 2 minutes each side.
Add the butter, garlic and herbs, and spoon the foaming butter over the steaks.
Keep basting with the flavoured butter for a further 1-2 minutes each side.If you like yours a little more well done, cook for a further 3-4 minutes.
Remove from the pan and place on a plate and pour the butter and herbs on top.
Hands up if you’re a spicy potato cake fan, aka Aloo Tiki chaat?
It's a favourite Indian streetfood dish of mine, with the flavours just partying in my mouth. I could eat this chaat bowl salad every day. These delicious vegan aloo tiki's can be made in advance and batch freeze too!
'm bringing you the authentic flavours Jamaica with this curry goat recipe made with spring onions (aka scallions), fresh ginger and allspice. Oh, and of course scotch bonnet for that well-known spicy kick.
Goat meat requires a slow cook for a very juicy and soft result that pair perfectly well with rice and peas.
If goat meat isn't accessible, then lamb would work just as well for this recipe.