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Beef Fillet Steak with Vegetables and Fresh Mash

Kcal

1000

Fat

35g

Carbs

30g

Protein

55g

Useful Information

Preparation Time –

10 mins

Cooking Time –

10 min

Difficulty –

Easy

Portions –

2

Ingredients

  • 2 beef fillet steaks
  • 4 large potatoes,
    peeled and quartered
  • 2 large onions,
    sliced into rings
  • 2-3 Tbsp olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to season
  • Your favourite green
    vegetables – I recommend
    spinach or chard, broccoli
    or a dark green leafy salad mix
    1-2 Tbsp butter
  • 50ml milk

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    This is a real feel-good meal, a weekend treat, or a midweek feed. Here in Ireland, we are so lucky to have reasonably priced beef that has enjoyed a largely outdoor life and has been raised mainly on grass. It shows in the quality. Meat is full of high-quality protein, iron and other minerals that feed the body. Grass-fed beef is also quite high in decent fatty acids, as the healthy fats from the grass will actually be stored in the animal fat and transferred onto your plate.

    Method

    • In a deep pan with plenty of boiling water, boil the potatoes until they are soft.
    • Meanwhile, slice the onions and add them to a frying pan with heated olive oil to brown over medium heat.
    • You need to stir this often to avoid burning, and you may need to add a little more oil halfway through. This process can take 10 minutes.
    • In a separate pan, heat a little olive oil and start frying the steaks on high heat to seal the meat, then reduce to a hot medium heat and fry for 5-7 minutes, turning once.
    • Cut into one of the steaks to see how well done it is, continue to fry until your preferred level has been achieved.
    • When the potatoes are thoroughly cooked through, drain them.
    • Add milk and butter, season with salt and pepper, and mash well.
    • Keep covered to keep warm. Take the onions out of the pan and set aside.
    • Next, use the pan to gently heat/fry the green veg, or start preparing your salad.

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