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Lightly Beaten Char-Grilled Fillet of Black Angus Beef with Fresh Baby Peas

Lightly Beaten Char-Grilled Fillet of Black Angus Beef with Fresh Baby Peas recipe, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

Lightly Beaten Char-Grilled Fillet of Black Angus Beef with Fresh Baby Peas

Ashley Hughes from Alio restaurant in Sydney shares his favourite beef with baby peas recipe. Perfect for a dinner with friends this Friday night. Serve with a glass of your favourite cabernet sauvignon.

10 x 100g Black Angus beef fillet (trimmed and portioned)

1Garlic clove

500g fresh peas podded

25g pecorino cheese (grated)

25g parmesan cheese (grated)

1/2 lemon    (juiced)

200ml extra virgin olive oil

10 basil leaves

10 mint leaves

1 Portion the beef fillets into 100g and then lightly beat the steak with a meat mallet. It is important not to beat the steak to thin – you still want to be able to cook the fillet to rare so keep the thickness at least 1cm.

2 Once the beef is lightly beaten, pick some rosemary and smashed garlic cloves and marinate the beef for 30minutes before cooking.

3 In a mortar, place the garlic cloves and a pinch of salt and beat with a pestle until the garlic is a paste, then add the peas and gently pound until every pea is smashed.

4 Add the grated cheese and stir into the peas with the oil and a squeeze of lemon.

5 To finish the mix, add freshly chopped basil and mint and season with salt and pepper.

6 To cook the beef fillet, use a very hot char grill. It is important to season the beef with salt and pepper and use a small amount of oil. Place the beef on the char grill for approximately 1 minute and then turn the beef and cook for 1 minute on the other side.

7 Place the meat on a plate then the peas over the beef. To finish, drizzle with some extra virgin olive oil and serve with a lemon wedge

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