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A SIMPLE DISH TO PREPARE, THIS SAUCY T-BONE STEAK RECIPE WILL SOON BE A FAVOURITE IN YOUR HOME TOO, LIKE IT IS IN MINE. PAIR THIS SAUCY T-BONE STEAK, WITH YOUR FAVOURITE VEGGIES AND/OR CRISP SALAD ON THE SIDE, AND YOU HAVE A WINNING COMBINATION, TO BE ENJOYED ANYTIME OF THE YEAR.
Where…Oh…Where does time go to!!! Was just last week when we still enjoyed the blissful month of Ramadaan, and this week everyone is back to their regular days. I pray all my readers had a blessed month of Ramadaan, and took full benefit of the holy month. I too had been a ‘bit’ AWOL from the social media scene, I do have a lot happening, all of which will be revealed in due course, but I also felt a need to do a little social media cleanse. I may not have shared or posted as often as I would usually, and this time away from social media, just makes life a little more bearable. After all, I am in no competition to be better than anyone else, except myself, be better than I was Yesterday, the week before or even the year/s before, so time used wisely on my part, that helps me re-focus and re-energise the soul and mind.
So, whilst most of us get back to the normal flow of life after Ramadaan, and the over indulgence during EID, and, with mid-year school vacation period soon upon us here in South Africa, meal preparations are still on the ‘quick and easy to make list’. I usually do not use much sauces in my cooking, but this recipe for saucy t-bone steak, is one that I make an exception for. It is a favourite in my home with my habibi, Imran, so I like to indulge him once in awhile.
It basically entails, slow cooking the t-bone steaks, in basic masalas, and then basting the sauce mix on them. Pair this saucy t-bone steak, with your favourite veggies and/or crisp salad on the side, and you have a winning combination, to be enjoyed anytime of the year.
I do hope you give this saucy t-bone steak recipe a try soon, and I look forward to hearing from you lovelies.
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HAPPY COOKING LOVELIES
Saucy T-Bone Steak
AUTHOR: FOODEVA MARSAY (@foodeva_marsay)
INGREDIENTS / INSTRUCTIONS
4 T-Bone Steaks (800 grams – 1Kg)
1 teaspoon Red Ginger/Garlic Paste
1/4 teaspoon Turmeric Powder
1 teaspoon Chillie Powder
1 teaspoon Cumin Powder
1 teaspoon Salt (or to taste)
1 teaspoon Lemon pepper Spice
1/2 teaspoon Dried Mixed Herbs
2 Tablespoon Lemon Juice
2 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
2 Tablespoon Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Butter
~ Marinate the T-bone steaks in all the above ingredients.
~ Heat the Oil and Butter in a large enough pan/pot
~ Add the marinated T-Bone Steaks to the pan/pot, and allow to brown for a few seconds on each side, turning once
~ Add a little water, and lower the stove heat, cook the t-bone steaks on medium-low heat until just tender.
SAUCE MIX FOR SAUCY T-BONE STEAK (@foodeva_marsay)
3 Tablespoon Tomato Sauce
2 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
1 Tablespoon Peri-Peri Sauce OR Prego Sauce
1 Tablespoon Sweet Chilli Sauce OR Mrs Balls Chilli Chutney
1 Tablespoon Mustard Sauce
~ Mix all these sauces together until well blended.
~ As the Water/Liquid begins to evaporate from the T-bone Steak in the pan/pot, Baste them with the sauce mix.
~ Baste a few times, turning the t-bone steaks to brown well.
~ Do Not dry out the steaks, all for the sauce to coat them well. The dish is done, when the oil/butter surfaces to top.
SERVE WITH A SIDE OF VEGGIES AND/OR A CRISP SALAD
NOTES BY FOODEVA MARSAY
> You can use the above recipe, to grill/braai the T-bone steaks, instead of on the stove top.
> This can also be done on grill pans on the stove top, if you prefer not cooking the t-bone steaks for longer.
> I don’t use too much of sauce, but the amounts can be varied according to preference. Any brands may be used.
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