True steak tartare
Energy 679 kJ (162 kcal) 8 %
Sugar 0.91 g 1 %
Fats 5.96 g 9 %
Saturates 0.33 g 2 %
Sodium 0.347 g 14 %
% recommended daily amount for adults (Everything about GDA)
A portion of this recipe is really big and if you make more toasts then it will be definitely enough for two persons. True tartare steak is more expensive, but who taste it once, will go for it again. This is a recipe for the true basic tartare.
|beef tenderloin||as needed||200 g||297,1 kcal|
|egg||1 piece - only yolk||25 g||33,2 kcal|
|onion||1/2||40 g||16,4 kcal|
|worcester sauce||1 tsp||4 ml||0,3 kcal|
|grounded black pepper||1/8 tsp||0.5 g||0 kcal|
|salt||1/4 tsp - to taste||3 g||0,1 kcal|
|sweet ketchup||1 tsp||10 g||11 kcal|
|full fat mustard||1 tsp||10 g||10 kcal|
|garlic||1 clove||5 g||5,5 kcal|
|sunflower oil||for frying toasts||5 ml||41,5 kcal|
|slice of bread||2 slices||110 g||253,3 kcal|
- Put the meat into the mixer, add worcester sauce, pepper, salt and chop.
- Move the meat on a plate, put the yolk on top and around the meat sprinkle finely chopped onion, mustard and ketchup. Each person mix the meat with ingredients to taste.
- Toasts can be made on the grill, in a toaster or just fry them in oil. If you are on diet, use a toaster, or a good quality pan, and fry the toast with almost no fat.
- Then, brush it with garlic, put the meat on and serve immediately, preferably with warm toast.