Bah, humbug! You don’t have to tell me. I know I have somewhat a very peculiar taste when it comes to food, and it’s very rare that restaurants could satisfy my taste-buds.
I bought some Australian beef that’s on sale last weekend, and thought that it’s perfect for making steak.
Unfortunately for me, I don’t have any spices to marinade the beef, and all that I have left was curry powder. Oh, well it’s better than nothing. Curry steak it is, then.
Some beef, cut into steak pieces.
First of all, marinade the beef with salt and curry powder for 15 minutes before tossing it into the non stick frying pan. I like my steak medium rare, so I just cooked mine for about 10 minutes or so and serve it with some French fries.
Tips: Seal the beef moisture/juices by frying both side slightly before continuing to cook it to perfection. No oil is needed for cooking the steak. The heat would suffice, and natural curry sauce would emerge during the duration of cooking.
Up next is some salad with homemade croutons.
Ingredients for salad:
Some butterhead lettuce/ice lettuce/any sort of lettuce
Some cherry tomatoes
Oil for frying
Thousand Island sauce (optional)
Cut some of the stale bread into small pieces, and deep fry them for about 1/2 minute before tossing them on a bed of lettuce and cherry tomatoes. Squeeze in some lemon juice/ vinegar, and serve.
Alternatively, you can go extremely unhealthy like me, and use Thousand Islands dressing instead.
Cleffairy: I wonder how much those would cost in a steakhouse? Hmmmm….