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Big Black Dog: Whisk Wednesdays and Steak Mirabeau

August 27, 2008

Whisk Wednesdays and Steak Mirabeau



OMG.....DELICIOUS! Absolutely, out-of-this-world wonderful entree! Who would have thought that anchovies and beef could be so fabulous! Mr. Tastebuds and I loved it!

The recipe did call for Fried Onion Rings and Roasted Tomatoes which we enjoyed very much! I had some Red Onions that needed to be used, so fried up a large batch of onion rings and we ate every last one!! And I could use my fresh from my garden tomatoes too! All in all it was a perfect summer dinner.



Steak Mirabeau -- Beef Tenderloin Steaks with Anchovy Butter
Recipe adapted from Le Cordon Bleu at Home

6 Tenderloin Steaks
Vegetable oil
Fresh ground pepper
18 oil-packed anchovy
6 green olives

Mirabeau Butter:
15 oil-packed anchovy
8 TBL butter, softened

Onion Rings
3 large onions
Salt and Pepper
1 TBL parsley
Milk
1 c. flour
Oil for frying

Roasted tomatoes
6 medium tomatoes
2 TBl butter, softened


I can't wait for next weeks Whisk Wednesdays which is Brochet au Beurre Blanc (Whole Poached Pike with White Butter Sauce) pages 307-308.


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7 Comments:

Blogger Natashya said...

Oh my. Yours looks so good.
Good idea to put a thin sliced anchovy around the olive. (Mine looks like it is drowning in an olive hug)
I can almost smell the steak on your post. I want another one.

August 27, 2008 at 7:38 PM  
Blogger Neen said...

Anchovy butter -- how exciting! I'd be nervous trying it the first time, but I'm game.

August 27, 2008 at 7:54 PM  
Blogger Lucy said...

As you know I love what anchovies can bring to a dish.. honesty I've never tried them w/beef though. I'll venture to this new taste ;)... you're onion rings look great!

August 28, 2008 at 8:45 AM  
Blogger sara said...

I so turnd my nos eup at this one, and I am so glad to hear you loved it!!!! Maybe I should give it a try!

August 28, 2008 at 4:37 PM  
Blogger Ivy said...

Looks GREAT! really!
but no thanks-can't do the anchovies.

Sardines are is far as I can go.

Heh
:)

August 28, 2008 at 10:53 PM  
OpenID cantbelieveweate said...

Now THIS is what it's supposed to look like! Excellent! I'm going to send my readers to see yours! LOL!
~ Glennis

August 31, 2008 at 12:26 PM  
Anonymous Kayte said...

Oh, it all looks just delicious...I love the colorful plate of tasty goodness. Cute little trick with the olive...how cute is that perched on top. Great job!

September 19, 2008 at 9:34 AM  

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