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Old 2nd July 2008, 08:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Nice Steak!

I saw a jucy steak in a link on this thread:
https://www.gtr.co.uk/forum/upload/10...-r35-gt-r.html
earlier this morning & just had to cook one for myself tonight!
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No comment on the car but the Steak in the pic further down in the 'more here' link looked well tasty!

Mmmm...off to buy some steak for my tea tonight by the looks of it, i think i'll have mine medium-rare with some steamed rice, salad & some spicy craemy black pepper sauce that i make with evaporated milk, plain flour.

Try it: 2x table spoons of veg oil in a pan then add 2x table spoons of plain flour, stir 'til flour disolves into a paste using a gentle flame then add 500-600ml of water then add 1 level tea spoon of Ground Black Pepper, bring to a boil while stiring, add 1/2 tea spoon of salt & 1.5 tea spoon of sugar, once bolied then finally add 2 table spoons of evaporated milk (or more if you like creamy taste?) pour over the steak & sprinkle finely chopped spring onions on top for he ultimate seduction.

Sod it i'll put some pics up tonight

Sorry to change the subject but the steak pic brought the Gordon Ramsey out of me

GReddy does sound/look a bit like Greedy though?
So here are the pics

First the ingredients from Waitrose Supermarket (no buy one get one free stuff there, well exspensive)


Look at the thickness of these Bad boyz!


Making the sauce (OK, I know the pans a little bit stained but polishing pans is not one of my past-times)


Hey Presto!


On to the Plate


Drown in the Creamy Black Pepper sauce


Potatoes for the wife


Steamed Rice for me


Just to proove that some men can cook!

Ok who's posting up the next one tomorrow then?
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Old 2nd July 2008, 09:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks nice mate, making me hungry now. Do love steak

Theres an italian dish i do sometimes, steak cooked in a pan with a bit of butter, steak then cooked into slices. Then fry some sweet shallot onions on the same pan after, take off the heat and add a small bit of butter then pour a touch of balsamic vinegar to onions and butter. add the steak slices and mix it around. Tasts pretty good, there are different ways to do it though, sometimes little bits of Parmigiano-Reggiano italian cheese.
Quite complicated for steak though. Yours looks lovely.
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Old 2nd July 2008, 09:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I'm actually having steak tonight. I got them out of the freezer last night and plan to cook with a side dish of pesto pasta. It's always a favourite dish of mine.

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Old 2nd July 2008, 10:14 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I now feel very hungry ..... why did you have to do that to me

The tatties one for me
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Lol, dont mention fillet steak, now even more hungry. melt in your mouth nice.
Know what im having tommorow night now
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Old 2nd July 2008, 10:34 PM   #7 (permalink)
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LOL not long had the same, Sirloin slapped in a hot pan for 4 min each side. None of that green stuff and sauce though i had onion rings and mushrooms, oh and the spuds were fried ! all washed down with 4 cans of Stella
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Is is wrong to want steak with chips,mushrooms peas and onion rings?
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Not wrong at all, local pub sells a lovely sirloin with all those. Very nice too.
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Old 2nd July 2008, 11:06 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Hhhhhhhmmmmm rice... didn't have any rice for a week, miss it so much lol


Well done on the dishes chef!
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How about this 1.57 lb (.71 kg) ribeye I got Nick at my house warming bbq. I do not think I could have managed to finish it, but he did. That was a serious steak. Perhaps I will go and get me a thick steak for this weekend. After having various steaks over many years, ribeye is my favorite. Porter house - decent, T-Bone - good, Prime rib - tasty, but Ribeye - oishi.





These 2 steaks equal that one steak

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Yep, that was a tasty steak Paul


I usually get some decent cuts from CostCo and use a cast iron griddle on the gas hob.

This is an AWESOME sauce for steak, and goes down a treat with roast potatoes, peas and mush.

Devil's Steak Sauce - Allrecipes
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Old 3rd July 2008, 02:04 AM   #13 (permalink)
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can you guys buy ceramic charcoal grills over there (should be able to i think they became popular in Japan to start with) if you can, ditch the gas and use one of these (a good one) and never look back.

Once my move is done im buying one called "Big Green Egg" cant wait!!
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can you guys buy ceramic charcoal grills over there (should be able to i think they became popular in Japan to start with) if you can, ditch the gas and use one of these (a good one) and never look back.

Once my move is done im buying one called "Big Green Egg" cant wait!!
Take it this is something you can use inside and not a normal BBQ?
Have you got a link?

Remember having a BBQ on the balcony in my place in Holland. There was a hash bar across the street and the stoners nearly called the fire brigade on us ! They managed to get the attention of the guy in the flat above and he came charging down, banging on the door shouting at us about a fire in our apartment
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yeah thats the same deal ceramic BBQ/Grill/Smoker (depends how you heat it up and what you add to the coals)

Nick they offer a few sizes i think MAYBE the smallest one they offer can be used on a balcony.

But after seeing (and eating) some food cooked on one, its really really nice. I was sold on it and im getting one
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you bloody bastards, all of you!

I used to eat steak five times a week before I moved to Korea in 2002. Now, I'm lucky to get around to eating it once a month. £30/kg on average here, the highest beef prices in the world.

btw, if anyone saw on TV riots of angry Koreans protesting the importation of American beef, well, the first shipments of US beef hits shelves Monday and its all sold out. Damn. What I wouldn't give right now for a real Angus ribeye steak. I baste mine in butter before grilling them, or smoke them - smoke extract in the city, but back home in Ohio once upon a time in my life, we'd soak mesquite briquets in water then toss them on the coals before grilling the steaks.


here's a pic of some really good stuff; premium Korean beef. A lot like the Japanese stuff. And you pay an arm and a leg for it (yes, those two steaks, half a pound each, work out to £50/kg)

A great steak that I like to make (but is hard to do indoors) is cajun blackened steak. You take a well seasoned iron skillet, heat the bejesus out of it until its practically glowing, then you throw in the steaks, completely coated in melted butter and "blackened steak magic" herb powder. Takes about a minute per side, maybe less, and you sear in everything, all the heavenly goodness, with the steak covered in a cajun crust and perfectly rare on the inside. oh, lordy.

Ah, forgot the best part! Steak sauce. Instead of A1 or Worcestershire, or some fancy demi-glace, go Asian - karashi-yaki. Yellow mustard, sugar, corn oil, and soy sauce. I used to make it up by the gallon, and then have a good old American ribeye with Japanese sauce and steamed rice. Ohhhhh.

Dammit, I'm dying for steak so bad now, I'm gonna try to get me and the missus on the Atkins diet

btw, how do you fellows take your steaks? Oftentimes (especially when eating Korean BBQ and we're grilling up slices of raw beef over charcoal), I'll merely brown the sides and eat it with the stuff about 90% raw. There's even a sort of steak tartar in Korean cuisine, called yook-hwe, which is raw beef mixed in sesame oil and some secret spices in very moderate amounts.
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try buying your steak from a proper butchers.

some of the fillet my guy does is unbelievable. drowning in pepper sauce.

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Well true to my word I cooked steak last night and it was fantastic. It was so good I'm having it again tonight!

I tend to put salt and pepper on both sides of mine before I cook. Or if I'm lucky I use garlic salt instead. A chef once told me that the best way to cook steak is to seal both sides in a hot, dry, frying pan before finishing under a grill or on a BBQ. Where I am now, I have neither so I had to chuck them in the oven for a minute or two to cook the insides. I waited until the blood started to seep out then they were ready - magic. I like mine medium so they have a small amount of pink inside and are still pretty tender. I also like to eat the fat on the edges as long as it is well cooked and crispy.

Oh and if anyone here is seriously into beef, then try and get hold of some beef chops. Those things are seriously good. They're about 5 times the size of a pork chop and you have to oven cook them because they're so thick.
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some of the fillet my guy does is unbelievable. drowning in pepper sauce.

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I'll have to search far and wide for a reputable butcher. It's very common practice for a butcher to sell cuts of NZ beef, and pass it off as the really expensive Korean stuff. The fraud is so widespread that it's constantly on the news and you can only trust the grocery stores, unless you really do your homework.
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