Beef

Jamie’s sizzling steak with broccoli and noodles

So this week I got another delivery from Hello Fresh. I have tried them quite a few times but I never was quite convinced. This week however I was impressed. Had 5 very good meals for the price of £15 as I had a half price offer and £10 credit, If I had bought the box without discount or then £10 off it would have cost me £50 which is a lot. I’m still not convinced; I would pay the full price for it.

I must admit that the products you get from Hello Fresh and also the recipes are excellent. It is also convenient as everything is in the right portions, if you need 1 carrot that is what they have provided you with.

Next time I make this dish I would cook the steak on a griddle pan then slice it after so it is nice and rare. Alternative it should probably be made in a wok instead of the flat pan I decided to use.

I was amazed that even Baby Blip ate the noodles and beef; he did leave the broccoli though. We are still working on getting him to eat vegetables.

Serves 2 +a hungry baby

Ingredients:

160g purple/normal broccoli

250g lean flank steak

1 tsp coriander seeds

2 tbsp sesame oil

1 small red onion

1 clove garlic

3 cm fresh ginger

1 tbsp olive oil

1 tbsp soy sauce

1 Lind

1/2 – 1 fresh chilli

125 g medium free range noodles.

Method:

  1. Trim broccoli (if large half them) place in bowl cover with boiling water. Leave for 10 min, drain and put aside (whilst you are doing this, keep cooking)
  2. Drop noodles into boiling water. Cook until just tender, drain then toss with 1 teaspoon sesame oil. Return to pan and cover.
  3. Finely slice onion and garlic and finely chop the ginger, keep to one side. Then finely slice chilli, and cut wedges of lime. Keep aside.
  4. Now pound the coriander seeds.
  5. Finely slice the steak across the grain into finger sized strips, season with sea salt (or normal salt) and pepper. Sprinkle the coriander seeds over steak.
  6. Now fry the onion, garlic and ginger in olive oil, when onions are slightly softened add the beef (high heat). After 1-2 min add broccoli fry for another 2 min. Now add soy sauce/sesame oil.
  7. Serve on top off the noodles and sprinkle chilli over the top (if you like)

Bon appétit

 

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