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Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Organic Steak Sandwich With Green Goddess Mayo..

As it is British Sandwich Week (8th to 14th May 2016) I though I would share some yummy sandwich recipes, starting with this organic steak sandwich with green goddess mayo by Helen Graves.

Cooking Time: 15 minutes

Serves: 4

Good quality, organic steak doesn’t need much to make it really shine. Helen Graves keeps it the hero ingredient in her simple steak sandwiches, cooking quickly on the barbecue for a charred crust, and serving in a baguette with a vibrant herb mayo that’s idea for a summer lunch.

Steak sandwich :
  • 4 Organic sirloin steaks, approx. 250g each 
  • 1 Baguette 
  • 1 Handful of fresh organic rocket leaves 

Green goddess mayo:
  • 6 Anchovy fillets 
  • 1 Bunch of fresh organic basil 
  • 1 Bunch of chives 
  • 2 Organic spring onions 
  • 1 Avocado, peeled and stoned 
  • 1 Organic garlic clove, peeled 
  • 1 Tbsp of organic white wine vinegar 
  • 3 Tbsp of organic mayonnaise 
  • Salt 
  • Freshly organic ground black pepper 
Method :
  1. Set up a barbecue ready for grilling with a high heat.
  2. Grill the steaks for a couple of minutes only on each side to achieve a medium-rare finish. Keep turning the steaks regularly to create a nice, crispy crust on the outside of the steak.
  3. Rest the meat for 5 minutes while you prepare the mayo.
  4. Blitz together the anchovies, herbs, spring onions, avocado, garlic and vinegar in a blender, adding a little water if needed to help everything combine.
  5. Mix in the mayonnaise and adjust the seasoning to taste 
To serve:
  • Halve the baguette lengthways and spread generously with the green goddess mayo. 
  • Cut the steak into 1cm thick slices and layer up in the baguette with the rocket leaves, then cut into individual sandwiches.

Recipe credit: Created by Helen Graves for The Organic Trade Board’s ‘Organic. Naturally Different’ campaign, courtesy of Great British Chefs.

*No Payment was received*



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