Spanish style steak with peppers and chorizo

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Spanish style steak with Peppers and Chorizo of Calvin Atkinson - Recipefy

For the marinade
2 rump steaks
4 spring onion roughly chopped
1 chilli deseeded
3 tbsp Spanish extra virgin olive oil
a few basil leaves
1 tbsp hot smoked paprikia
1 tbsp sweet smoked paprika
3 cloves of garlic
2 tbsp sherry vinegar
sea salt
black pepper

100g cured chorizo sausage thinly sliced
1 tbsp Olive oil
1 red pepper sliced
1 tsp oregano
1 tbsp sherry vinegar

Prep. Time → 20 excluding marinading and chilling min

Cook Time → 15 min

1. Create a marinade by placing the spring onions, chilli, extra virgin olive oil, basil, both kinds of paprika, garlic and sherry vinegar into a blender and blitz until it is a smooth paste

2. Place the steaks on tray and season with salt and pepper and pour the paste over the steaks

3. Leave them to marinade in the fridge for at least 3 hours if not overnight

4. Put a pan on a medium heat and add chorizo and olive oil and cook for couple of minutes to allow the chorizo to release its fat indicated by the oil turning a reddish orange colour

5. Add the peppers and oregano cook for a few further minutes to get the peppers soft

6. Add the sherry vinegar then turn off the heat and put to one side

7. Get a Barbecue or a griddle pan really hot

8. Cook the steak on the hot barbecue or griddle pan to your liking turning about every minute

9. If you have a cooking thermometer or want to use the finger to thumb method I go with the Fabulous Baker Brothers guide:
Rare= 50°c index finger to thumb
Medium rare= 56°c middle finger to thumb
Medium= 62°c ring finger to thumb
Well done= 70°c little finger to thumb

10. Plate up the steaks immediately and spoon over the chorizo and peppers making sure to get that oil over it as well

main courses, chorizo, paprika, peppers, spain, spanish, steak, sherry vinegar July 01, 2013 17:09


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Calvin Atkinson
“I am heavy metal fan that loves to cook and eat great food My perticular passion and love goes to Greek food which always reminds of good times in the past and good times to come”
29 years old
Chester, United Kingdom