This time we are saying hello to you with a classic French recipe: Steak Tartare! This recipe has two importance first, this time it was my husband who created the recipe by sticking to his French roots.
If you would like to see the other Swiss food blogger’s tartare recipes here you go!
Preparation Time: 10 mins
- 200 gr of very good quality of fresh beef fillet – we bought the fillet from our professional boucher Coop@home
- 1 desert spoon of salt
- 1 fresh egg yolk
- Little bit of freshly rounded black pepper
- 1 dessert spoon of cumin
- 5 finely chopped pickles
- 2 tablespoon of barbecue sauce
- 1 tablespoon of carpers
- 2 small shallots, chopped finely
- Finely chopped parsley – 1 tablespoon
- 2 tablespoon of Dijon Mustard ( we used the one with the grains)
- Squared shaped of apero breads, you can find them easily @ Coop
- Pinch of freshly chopped chili flakes
- Finely chopped radish to decorate
- Organic Onion Sprouts to decorate
Before we start we would like to mention that each and every Steak tartare should be personalised according to your taste. So, while you prepare your tartare, taste it and if necessary add more or less ingredients according to your taste.
The recipe is quite simple, take a bowl, first add egg yolks, mustard, barbecue sauce and whisk it gently. Then stir in the remaining ingredients one by one. Taste it and continue adding the spices according to your taste.
As we are preparing small tartare bites, we served it on a grilled and buttered squared shaped apéro breads.
Serve your tartare as shown on the picture by decorating it with onion sprouts and radish.