Even after making the filet mignon the other night, we still had some beef tenderloin remaining. Annie cubed it up, marinated it with a packet of black pepper sauce, and stir-fried it with some mushrooms, bell peppers, onions, and green onions.
Talk about tasty! Annie skillfully fried the tenderloin so it didn’t toughen up. Restaurant quality, for home-cooked price!
We got our hands on a couple of beef tenderloins for a really good price. Even after making the Beef Tenderloin in Salt Crust, we still had some leftover loin. So Annie defrosted it, cut it up into steaks, and prepared them according to this recipe from Bruce Aidells.
We also steam-fried some asparagus.
Finished plate with roasted bell peppers and a baked organic russet potato.
This was so yummy. Bruce Aidells sure knows how to cook meat!
Korokke is Japanese croquette. If you order it at a Japanese restaurant, you get something that is mostly potato, not very tasty, and often over-fried. Annie made this from scratch as part of a whole Japanese dinner she had planned.
3+ lbs of mashed potatoes, a chopped onion, browned ground beef, a little Worchestershire sauce, and a little ground nutmeg. Mix well and refrigerate for 20 minutes.
Shape into patties
Dip them in some beaten egg, then dredge them in panko. Deep fry in hot oil until golden brown and delicious. Drain on some paper towels.
Serve with tonkatsu sauce. (My sauce was made with Worchestershire, ketchup, dijon mustard, sugar, shoyu, and a little ground allspice.)
The flavor from the nutmeg was outstanding. The homemade tonkatsu sauce was very nice, unlike any bottle katsu sauce I’ve had before.
Tied up a beef tenderloin, then smeared with olive oil and seasoned with salt and pepper. Grilled on a hot grill, turning every few minutes until it was seared on all sides.
Made a dough using flour, salt, pepper, egg whites, and chopped parsley. Rolled the dough out flat and laid the beef in the middle. Pulled up the dough around it and crimped the edges. The dough was quite wet so had to use the extra dough to patch the holes. It went into a 400*F oven to roast.
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