Chargrilled Sirloin Steak, Red Wine, Port & Shallot Jus, Mini Garlic & Parsley Corn
Updated: Dec 3, 2021
#happynewyear 🙃 made this for #newyearseve 🥩 Chargrilled #sirloinsteak with a red wine, port snd shallot jus, new potatoes with fresh mint & Somerset butter, mini corn coblets with garlic & parsley butter wrapped in tin foil, and baked 🙂
Full Recipe below and #YouTube Video out soon! Happy New Year🥂 🍾
Flat Leat Parsley
2 x Garlic cloves
Mini Corn Coblets
2 x Shallots
Splash of port
200ml red wine
1 x Bay leaf
450ml Chicken, garlic & thyme stock
To make the red wine and port jus, firstly put a glug of olive oil in a large frying pan over medium heat, fry the shallots, seasoning well until caramelised, roughly around 10 mins. Add the red wine, splash of port, and the bay leaf and simmer for around 10 mins until reduced. Add the stock and cook for a further 10-15 mins reducing down by half. Strain and keep in a pan blipping away on low heat.
Cook the mini corn coblets in salted boiling water until tender. Take a few sticks of somerset butter and smash rock salt, garlic, and a few handfuls of parsley into the butter. Remove the corn from the water and allow it to cool. Spread the butter over the corn coblets and season well. Wrap these in tin foil, and bake in the bottom of the oven at 180 degrees Celcius.
Remove the steaks from the fridge and allow them to come up to room temperature. Cook the new potatoes in boiling salted water for 30 mins, drain, season and finish with Somerset Butter and fresh Mint.
Whilst your potatoes are cooking, lightly drizzle the Sirloin Steaks with olive oil, and season well with rock salt and black pepper on both sides. Chargrill these to your liking, medium-rare is usually best with a sirloin. Allow these to rest, with a little knob of Somerset Butter on top. Prepare, wash and cook your green beans in salted boiling water.
Take your rested sirloin steak and plate, drizzle over the resting juices. Add the new potatoes with fresh mint, drained green beans, and the mini corn coblets in tin foil. Pour the red wine and port jus into a ramekin or saucepot.
Enjoy and Happy 2021!