With a warm red pepper, string bean, kale & butter bean salad
Stove Top, Raw protein
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 4 days
540 calories per person
Carb conscious, Mediterranean, Gluten Free, Soya Free, Dairy free, High in Protein, High in fibre
Steak & romesco sauce suitable for home freezing
To maximise freshness put the raw steak straight into the freezer on arrival. Defrost when needed in a couple of minutes in the microwave
- Season steak with salt & pepper, Heat oil in a pan and cook steak to your liking, rest steak for 3-4 minutes before servin
- Add 1/2 tbsp more oil to your empty used steak pan, tip vegetables & beans into pan, season with salt & pepper. Fry for 3-5 minutes until cooked to your liking. Alternatively you can microwave the vegetables & beans in the wooden tray by spooning over 1 tbsp water, seasoning with salt & pepper & then microwaving for 2-3 minutes depending on your microwave.
- Serve steak sliced on a bed of the warm salad and dress with Romesco sauce.
Sirloin steak (All natural, USDA Prime, from Midwest United States), Red peppers, Butterbeans, Tomato, String beans, Kale, Extra virgin olive oil, Olive oil, Garlic, Almonds, Lemon, Shallot, Oregano, Smoked paprika, Sugar, Thyme, Salt, Red wine vinegar, Cayenne pepper, Cumin.
Allergens: Tree nuts
Calories 540, Fat 33g, Saturated fat 6g, Carbohydrates 24g, Total sugars 8g, Protein 37g, Fibre 8g, Sodium 440mg
Pleasant surprise. Simple, good cut, tasty. Our very first meal. Will absolutely order this one again.
My son and I really enjoyed this meal. Very easy and well seasoned!!! My only complaint would have been that the steaks were drastically different sizes making an even cooking time impossible HOWEVER my son likes his steak medium - medium rare and I like it medium well so it worked out for us.
It was very tasty and hearty, just wish that the steak cut was a better one.
So easy to cook, the cut of steak was so tender, and the veggies were a great pairing. Would get this again!
Seems half of the reviewers are discussing another dish! Edit? Software bug? Confused customers?
Anyway, this meal was just fine, given that some little cooking skill is an ingredient.