This beef dish looks perfect for Valentines Day, its been created by
Frederick Forster.In 2011 Frederick won the coveted title Craft Guild National Chef of the Year
The recipes crafted by Frederick demonstrate the way in which Miele steam appliances can be used to create food that is not only delicious, but healthy as well.
By introducing steam into the cooking process, you preserve all the delicate vitamins, nutrients and minerals, as well as all important colour and texture. Cooked in steam, vegetables taste incredibly fresh and fish keeps all its natural flavours. There’s no need to add oils or fats to food, during the cooking process, as the steam keeps all meats succulent and tasty. Also, very little salt is required, as the natural flavours are retained.
Miele was the first to pioneer cooking with steam in the integrated kitchen appliance arena. Their new range of innovative products signify a new chapter in cooking.
2 x 180g beef fillets
10 ml vegetable oil
5g fresh ginger
20ml soya sauce
100ml olive oil
1 tablespoon toasted sesame
150g micro salad leaves
1. Heat Up a frying pan until very hot.
2.Season the beef, then panfry for about two minutes to colour all over
3. Once done,rest on a wire rack for 10 minutes
4.Transfer to a steamer tray and then cover with clingfilm, ready for steaming at 100 degrees for 10 minutes.
5. For the salad,simply mix all the ingredients together and season
6.Once the beef has been steamed, rest for 5 minutes and then thinly slice and place on two warm plates
7. Spoon some of the salad marinade over the beef and then place the salad on top
Frederick Forster has created a range of healthy recipes for Miele. Learn how to recreate them on one of the Creative Living Courses with Frederick. To book, call 0845 365 6610 or visit www.miele.co.uk/creativeliving