The Dish – With Mr Herringbone!

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A man in the kitchen may not be such a new concept, however a man in the kitchen who is willing to share his knowledge, passion and flair for food with the Polka Dot men and women – well, now there’s a perfect storm if ever I saw one!

We jumped at the chance to have the lovely Mr Herringbone showcase his tips, tricks and advice on (arguably) one of the most important items of any wedding – the Food! He will be sharing tantalising recipes to provide inspiration for any style of event – from a cocktail soiree to a relaxed garden party, and will bestow advice to take with you to taste-tests and expos. Wherever there is food, there is Mr Herringbone!

Mr Herringbone will be kicking off his column with a mouth-watering canapes that will have your guests talking. And the bonus? It’s ridiculously easy and only has 5 ingredients! Ladies and gentlemen – Mr Herringbone!

Hi all! 

For decades man has loved the steak sandwich, and this is my mini, handheld version! Use it to impress your mates and your other half and whip this up for a dinner party. It goes over particularly well with the boys whilst watching the footy – I’ve tried it and it was a hit! 

Although this is cooked rare, the fact that it is sliced thinly ensures that it’s an all-round winner. Extremely tender and tasty.

There is something about the little kick of horseradish cream that actually makes the meat taste better, hard to believe I know, but it does. And all tied in together with a little bit of greenery on the top gives this little gem a different texture, a little crunch. 

For those who aren’t meat lovers you could substitute the steak for some nice smoked salmon or trout.

 Rare Beef & Asparagus Crostinis

Ingredients:

1 x steak fillet (cheap cuts work great for this)

1 x Turkish bread loaf or French baguette

1 x bunch asparagus

1 x punnet of cherry tomatoes

1 x jar horseradish cream

olive oil, salt and pepper to season

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1. Turn up the heat! Pre-heat your oven to 160C

2. Slice the bread/baguette into thin slices, and place on a baking dish

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3. Lightly drizzle olive oil over them and pop into the oven for 15-10mins or until lightly toasty and dry. These will become your crostinis!

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4. Grab your steak and asparagus, and pop onto a griddle or frying pan, and cook steak to rare (approx. 4mins on one side depending on the size). Place the asparagus alongside it to get everything happening at once!

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5. Turn the steak (check out those cheffy-looking grill marks!) and cook for another 2 mins. Remove the asparagus when looking slightly charred.

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6. Take the steak off the pan, and wrap in aluminium foil to rest.

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7. When the crostini is done, spread each with horseradish cream

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8. Now to the steak! Slice into thin strips, they should be perfectly pink inside!

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9. Cut the asparagus into three sections, cutting diagonally to make them look fancy and cut the cherry tomatoes into quarters.

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10. Now we build! First two strips of the steak, then asparagus, then one quarter of a cherry tomato like a little hat!

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11. Do them all!

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12. Serve on a wooden paddle or board for that rustic look. The perfect finger food!

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  • Friday Roundup | Polka Dot Bride says:
    July 29, 2014 at 3:02 pm

    […] week, we’ve launched a new series on Polka Dot Groom (welcome Mr Herringbone and his culinary skills!), and we’ve shared some fabulous weddings, advice and DIYs. If you […]

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