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The Steak Sarnie

The Steak Sarnie

Graig Farm presents….
The Steak Sarnie
What you’ll need:
2 Steaks
2 Onions
Balsamic Vinegar 100ml (ish) (or red wine vinegar or cider vinegar)
Dijon mustard
Butter – knob of
Olive Oil – glug of
Mixed Salad leaves
Bread – anything you like, ciabatta, baguette, brown / white or even wraps!
What to do:
Get your steaks out the fridge nice and early, bring them to room temperature.
Slice onions into rings, put butter and a glug of oil in a non stick frying pan on a medium heat, once melted add onions and pour in balsamic (or red wine / cider vinegar whichever you have available) cook through until caramelised.
Rub steak with oil and season with salt & pepper – when your pan is roaring hot, chuck on the steaks and cook to your preference
Steak how to guide (based on 2cm thick steak)
Rare – about 1.5 mins a side
Medium – about 2.5 mins a side
Well – about 4 mins a side
**REST FOR 5 MINS AFTER COOKING**
Slice steak to 1cm thick and churn around in the juices
Take your bread (this can be toasted if you prefer) and smother on some dijon, layer with caramelised onions, steak and a handful of mixed leaves!
Tuck in

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