Monday 21 June 2010

Day 9: Seared Beef Sashimi with a Gyoza sauce


Day 9
Netherlands 1 Japan 0
Australia 1 Ghana 1
Denmark 2 Cameroon 1

 

 
World Cup Kitchen today is Japanese: Seared Beef Sashimi and a crisp vegetable salad with ginger and coriander served with an accompanying Gyoza Sauce

I love this fresh and colourful salad that is perfect for a weekend lunch or a light dinner. The crispness and spiciness of the vegetables compliments the peppery beef and is all served with a chilli and soy sauce.

First up I will explain how to make a very tasty Gyoza Sauce

Ingredients
1 garlic clove – finely chopped
½ red chilli – finely chopped
Salt
15g sugar
50ml of red wine vinegar
125 ml of light soy sauce
½ tbsp of sesame sauce


Method 
- Dissolve the sugar and vinegar in a saucepan over a low heat
 

- In a pestle and mortar mash up your garlic and chilli in a little salt
 

- Combine all ingredients together and store in a sealed container
 

 - The above sauce will keep for several weeks in the fridge 

Seared Beef Sashimi and a crisp vegetable salad 

Ingredients
2 4oz Fillet Steak
Salt & pepper
3 baby carrots
4 spring onions
25g Sugar snaps/Mangetout
½ a cucumber
½ red onion
½ red & green chilli
½ tbsp fresh ginger
Dash of extra virgin olive oil
4 sprigs of coriander


Cooking utensils
Non-stick Frying pan
Chopping board
Sharp knife
Bowel with ice & water
Cling film


Preparation
- Season steak with Salt and Pepper and let meat get to room temperature
- Thinly slice lengthways your carrot, spring onion, sugar snaps, red onion, red/green chillis & ginger
- Deseed and thinly slice your cucumber


Method
 

- Heat a nonstick frying pan until really hot & almost smoking. Sear the beef for 15 seconds on each side
 

- Remove from heat and plunge it unto iced water for about 30 seconds.
 

- Wrap in cling film and place in a freezer for 1 hour to firm up
 

- Put all your vegetables, chillies and ginger into fresh iced water for 30 minutes to crisp. Remove and drain completely when finished
 

- To serve slice your beef into wafer-thin slices and arrange around the edge of a serving plate.
 

- Place your vegetable mix into the centre
 

 - Drizzle with olive oil and your Gyoza sauce and top with the coriander


ENJOY!!!

1 comment:

  1. I made this and it so nice and the whole family loved it ,this will defiantly be made again and it has made me really want to try different dishes from other places as I was very pleased with my result (it tasted really nice I like that red thing)as my daughter said haha so thank u

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