Reverse Sear Steak | Remove tomahawk from packaging and pat down with a paper towel.
Reverse Sear Steak | Add beef stock cube and one to two teaspoons of oil into a small bowl. Mix into a paste.
Reverse Sear Steak | Apply the paste to the all surfaces of the steak evenly, this will act as a binder.
Reverse Sear Steak | Apply cracked pepper to all surfaces of the steak evenly and pat down once done. Option: Wrap tomahawk bone with aluminium foil to prevent discolouring during the cook.
Reverse Sear Steak | Bring the BBQ up to a temp of approx. 110c and and set up for an indirect cooking style. This is when you have the heat source on one side of the cooking chamber and steak placed on the other side. This can be done over fire using charcoal, or by turning on one burner on your gas bbq. Alternatively you can also cook this in an oven.
Reverse Sear Steak | Place the steak on the indirect side of your cooking choice. Until it reaches the following internal temperature. Rare 50C Medium rare 55C Medium 60 Medium /Well 65C.
Reverse Sear Steak | Once it reaches your desired temperature, remove steak from the cooking source. Place steak on either a plate or chopping board and wrap in aluminium foil. Let steak rest while preparing the searing process.
Reverse Sear Steak | Heat the skillet pan over a high heat and add a little butter or oil. The skillet pan needs to be hot! Alternatively you can do this directly over grill grates on your bbq.
Reverse Sear Steak | Place the steak into the skillet pan and sear from approx. 1-2 mins each side, until the steak reaches internal temperature of: Rare 55C Medium rare 60C Medium 65 Medium /Well 70C, remove the steak from be cast iron skillet and serve.
French Potato Puree | Fill saucepan approx 1/2 - 3/4 full with cold water and add unpeeled potatoes. Cook over medium heat (approx 45 mins) until done.
French Potato Puree | Remove from heat, strain and set aside.
French Potato Puree | With a paring knife, peel back the skin of the potato. Put potatoes aside into a bowl. I tend to use a cotton glove with a nitrle gloves to do this as it prevents burning your hands.
French Potato Puree | Add potatoes to the potato ricer (1-2 at a time) while holding over the empty saucepan apply pressure to the handle empty contents in saucepan. Repeat for remaining potatoes.
French Potato Puree | Over a low heat, consistently fold in the butter 1 to 2 cubes at a time with a spatula.
Red Wine Reduction | Add shallots to a saucepan and soften with butter over a medium heat for to 3 minutes.
Red Wine Reduction | Add the sliced mushrooms to the saucepan and soften for approximately 2 minutes.
Red Wine Reduction | Add red wine to the saucepan and let it reduce buy half.
Red Wine Reduction | Add the chicken stock/broth and the beef au jus to the saucepan, reduce by half.
Red Wine Reduction | Add tarragon and salt and pepper (if required). Simmer for a couple of minutes.
Red Wine Reduction | Pass the reduction through a sieve into an empty bowl and serve.
Rich and flavoursome beef osso buco in a traditional sauce, topped with a fresh gremolata. A low maintenance dish with sensational results.
Tender, flavoursome beef short ribs in a sticky and spicy Korean style marinade. The perfect low and slow recipe for Winter.
Reverse searing is the perfect cooking method for dry aged steaks and any steak cut extra thick. Make sure you get the most out of your premium meat with the right cooking method and the best seasoning.
Beef Wellington is possibly the ultimate indulgence when it comes to a main dish and the perfect dish to create for your next special occasion. The decadence comes from the ingredients and process where a center cut tenderloin of beef is coated in mustard and a mushroom duxelles, which is then wrapped in prosciutto, a chive crêpe and then finally covered with puff pastry and baked.