Preparation: 10 minutes
Cooking: 10 minutes
4 x 350g beef rib eye cutlets
1 tablespoon olive oil, plus extra to serve
2 tbsp adobo in chipotle sauce
1 ripe banana, chopped
1 tsp cocoa
1/4 tsp garam masala
1 tbsp lime juice, plus extra to serve
2/3 cup quinoa
1 x 400g can kidney beans
250g grape tomatoes, halved
50g rocket leaves
Parsley leaves, to serve
Place beef rib eye cutlets on a plate and brush with oil. Season with pepper. BBQ beef rib eye cutlet for 3-4 minutes each side until medium rare, or until cooked to your liking.
Cook quinoa according to packet instructions.
Place adobo in chipotle sauce, banana, cocoa, garam masala and lime juice in a small food processor or blender and process until smooth. Season to taste.
Combine the quinoa with the beans, tomatoes and rocket. Drizzle with a little lime juice and olive oil. Serve beef with the quinoa salad and extra mole sauce spooned over.
Mole sauce traditionally comes from Mexican cuisine and is used in dishes containing meat
The best alternate beef cuts for barbecuing are: fillet/tenderloin, sirloin/porterhouse/New York, T-bone, and rump.
This Father's Day, ditch the socks and give your old man something he really wants – a juicy beef steak. Research has revealed that nine in ten (88%) Aussies think a perfectly cooked steak is a ripper gift idea for their dad, so make sure you plan a visit to your local butcher and fire up the grill for a happy dad.
To help you master steak in a style that will have your Dad full with pride, Australian Beef is sharing five of the best recipes to whip up this Father's Day. Proving you don't need to spend hours in the kitchen to impress the special man, recipes such as steak frites with a knockout mushroom sauce and a rib eye with a spicy quinoa and bean salad, are quick and easy to prepare.
Better yet, to help guide you in your choices, Australian Beef butcher Doug Piper has shared his top tips for choosing the perfect cut of beef and cooking it to perfection.
Scotch fillet is a winner - Research revealed that the most popular cut with Dad's across the country is a scotch fillet (aka rib fillet – 47%), followed by a T-bone (18%), sirloin, or rump steak, so looking for these cuts is a great start
Ask your butcher – Your butcher will be able to help give advice depending on the dish you wish to create and how you plan to cook your steak, so don't be afraid to ask.
Refer to an app – There are great information sources online, so do some research with apps like MeatCuts app, designed to help when making your decisions.
Preparation is key - Make sure to bring your steak to room temperature and season before cooking. Also ensure you pre-heat your pan/BBQ so it is nice and hot to seal in the juices
Relax on the flipping - Only flip the steak once and allow ample rest time to ensure a juicy and tender steak. The rule of thumb is to rest for half the amount of time it's been cooking.
Get support to cook perfectly – Take the guesswork out of how long to cook your steak and instead download the SteakMate app, input the details of cut and desired doneness, and let it do the timing for you. A super simple way for a perfect cook every time!
Father's Day: sorted!
For additional recipe inspiration, visit www.australianbeef.com.au.