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SOUS VIDE MEDIUM-RARE STEAK - RECIPES.ANOVACULINARY.COM



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Why cook sous vide? The results are obvious. Take these two tenderloin steaks, for example. They’ve both been cooked to 130ºF (medium-rare), but they look strikingly different. The steak on the left has been cooked using the Anova Precision Cooker and then quickly seared before serving. The steak on the right was seared on the stove-top and finished in a hot oven. The steak cooked sous vide has a few distinct advantages: First, it is medium rare almost completely from edge-to-edge. (There is a small, millimeter-thick browned edge that results from searing the steak to finish.) The steak cooked using the traditional method is medium-rare in the center, but has a thick, overcooked band around the edges. Second, the muscle fibers in the sous vide steak are smooth and still full of delicious, beefy juice. The steak on the right has contracted and lost some of its moisture. The grain is more fully defined and less tender. Third, if you're cooking a steak with a defined fat cap (like a ribeye or strip steak), you'll definitely want to choose the sous vide option — the fat on a sous vide steak is tender and flavorful, while the fat on a traditionally cooked steak is tough and gristly. Which would you rather eat?

Provided by Kate Itrich-Williams

Total Time 02 hours 00 minutes

Prep Time 010 minutes

Yield Ingredients for 1

Number Of Ingredients 3

FIORENTINA STEAK | JAMIE OLIVER RECIPES



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Bistecca alla Fiorentina is the king of all Italian steaks. It’s essentially a fat T-bone or porterhouse steak, which is normally cooked quite blue. It’s delicious, but I prefer it cooked medium-rare. I think it’s important to cook one big steak, which means you can look after it better and build up more flavour and colour on the outside, leaving you with the most delicious, blushing, juicy inside. Traditionally, Fiorentina steak is cooked over hot coals, but I’ve written this to be cooked in a pan so it’s more accessible. With crispy potatoes and salsa verde to complement it, this is an amazing treat-night dinner for four lucky people.

Total Time 1 hours 10 minutes

Yield 4

Number Of Ingredients 13

1 kg T-bone steak 5cm thick
1 kg red-skinned potatoes
1 bulb of garlic
3 sprigs of fresh rosemary
1 bunch of fresh mint (30g)
1 bunch of fresh flat-leaf parsley (30g)
1 bunch of fresh basil (30g)
2 tablespoons capers in brine
2 gherkins
2 anchovy fillets in oil from sustainable sources
2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
2 teaspoons Dijon mustard
extra virgin olive oil

Steps:

    1. Get your steak up to room temperature before you cook it. Wash the potatoes and cut into 3cm chunks. Parboil in a pan of boiling salted water with the whole unpeeled garlic cloves for 8 minutes.
    2. Meanwhile, trim the fat on the steak to 1cm thick and put the steak aside. Finely chop the fat offcuts, place in a large cold frying pan and put on a medium-high heat to render the fat. Once sizzling, drain and add the potatoes and garlic. Cook for 30 minutes, or until golden and crisp, stirring occasionally. Strip in the rosemary leaves for the last 2 minutes, then leave on the lowest heat.
    3. Meanwhile, put a separate cold, non-stick frying pan on a medium-high heat and use tongs to hold the steak fat edge down for 6 minutes to render the fat and get it dark golden. Turn on to the bone edge for another 6 minutes to heat the bone. Now, gently turn the steak on to one of its flat sides. Cook for 6 minutes on each flat side (or 8 minutes for medium-rare). Remove to a board, cover, and rest, pouring pan juices over the potatoes.
    4. Pick the mint, parsley and basil leaves into a food processor. Pulse, then add the rest of the salsa verde ingredients with 8 tablespoons of oil. Blitz to your desired consistency, then taste and season to perfection.
    5. I like to carve and season the steak at the table, serving it with the crispy spuds and salsa verde alongside. Squeeze the sweet garlic out of its skins and enjoy.

Nutrition Facts : Calories 695 calories, FatContent 43.2 g fat, SaturatedFatContent 10.7 g saturated fat, ProteinContent 30.6 g protein, CarbohydrateContent 46.2 g carbohydrate, SugarContent 2.2 g sugar, SodiumContent 0.9 g salt, FiberContent 3.9 g fibre

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