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Steak For A Winter Evening Recipe

Steak For A Winter Evening

Rating 5-0 out of 5 - Most cooks definitely will make this recipe again

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Too often, people think of steak as tasty but boring. Well it doesn't have to be boring at all if you try this recipe for Steak For A Winter Evening.

      Preparation Time: 5 Minutes + waiting

      Cooking Time: 15 Minutes

Ingredients for Steak For A Winter Evening

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to serve 4:
4 x 6oz-8oz
sirloin or rump steaks [one per person]
a little
duck fat
¼ pint
dry sherry
2 teaspoons
horseradish sauce
2 teaspoons
cranberry sauce


How to Cook Steak For A Winter Evening

  1. Grate the rind from the orange, and squeeze the juice. Place these in a mixing bowl and add the sherry, horseradish sauce and cranberry sauce. Mix well then use to fully coat the steaks. Refrigerate the steaks for at least one hour before cooking. (Best way to marinade steaks is to coat them in the marinade sauce, place them in a polythene bag and put any remaining sauce into the bag. Seal the bag and agitate to mix well, then refrigerate for at least one hour before using.)
  2. Remove the steaks from the marinade then pour the marinade into a saucepan and bring to the boil. Use this as a sauce (gravy) for your meal. Pan fry the steaks in a frying pan (skillet) with a small amount of duck (or goose) fat, turning once or twice. Allow about 4-5 minutes (total cooking) for rare, 6-7 minutes for medium, and up to 10 minutes for well done. Serve with rice, mushrooms and green beans.

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Reviews of Steak For A Winter Evening

Rating 5 out of 5 - Many cooks will make this recipe again February 22 2015
DELICIOUS! So easy too. This is the best tasting steak I've ever had. My boyfriend made for me for Valentine's Day and it was outstanding. We followed the recipe exactly and wouldn't change a thing. It was just perfect. Also, this was very easy to make and yet it looks and tastes very special. Can't wait to have this again soon.This one goes in my 'keeper' file. Thanks for a great recipe.
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