Posts Tagged ‘steak’

Steak, Kidney and Mushroom Pie with a Marrowbone Funnel

Friday, February 6th, 2015 in Beef Recipes | No Comments »

This is a real showstopper, almost medieval in appearance. We’ve given a recipe for a rich bone marrow pastry, which is truly delicious, but you can use ready-made puff or savoury shortcrust, as long as it is an ‘all butter’ version. We won’t tell. The Irish brand “Roll It” is excellent. Steak, Kidney and Mushroom […]

James Whelan Butchers: Individual Potato-Topped Steak and Chorizo Pies

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015 in Beef Recipes, Recipes | No Comments »

These cute little pies are lovely for supper with a simple green salad on the side. The chorizo makes for added interest and flavour. Children love these pies. Individual Potato-Topped Steak and Chorizo Pies – Printer Friendly Download Ingredients 50 g butter freshly ground black pepper fine sea salt 500 g onions, minced 500 g […]

James Whelan Butchers: Tagliata

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 in Beef Recipes | No Comments »

This is Domini Kemp’s version and very good it is too. You can make this with fillet, sirloin, striploin or rib-eye. Tagliata – Printer Friendly Download Ingredients 600–800 g fillet of beef (or sirloin, striploin or rib-eye) salt and pepper 4 good handfuls rocket 8 Portobello mushrooms, peeled and cut into thick slices Parmesan shavings For […]

James Whelan Butchers: Steaks with Brandy Cream Sauce

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013 in Beef Recipes, Recipes | No Comments »

I enjoy a fillet steak cooked rare and without anything getting in the way of the true taste of excellent beef.  However this dish is an exception, a truly perfect combination of texture and flavour. Steaks with Brandy Cream Sauce – Printer Friendly Download Ingredients 2 tablespoons oil 4 fillet steaks 50 g/2 oz butter […]

James Whelan Butchers: Beat the Bloody Weather

Friday, August 12th, 2011 in Foodie Articles | 1 Comment »

  Looking back through my archive of musings for this column over the past three years it would appear that I could pull out the same article each August and reprint it and that’s mainly because of the predictably unpredictable Irish weather. We start off the summer full of anticipation of sunny days, picnics and […]