Japanese Sirloin Steaks with M&S*

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When it comes to cooking at home, it’s something I try to do as regularly as possible. I’m not a bad cook, but I do have a tendency to circle through a handful of ‘old faithful’ recipes, which although delicious, can get a bit repetitive. So, when the opportunity came up to learn how to create a brand new dish with M&S, I absolutely jumped at the chance!

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Since we’re in the midst of summer, I thought it would be fun to try a dish which would pair well with a crunchy salad. M&S have developed a whole range of fabulous summer recipes, but I picked Japanese Sirloin Steaks – I’ve never been one to pass over wasabi.

It was also a great chance to enjoy a great steak – M&S is the only national retailer which can trace 100% of its beef back to the farm and individual cow. As a guilty carnivore, their dedication to humane and responsibility farming means I can enjoy my meal even more!

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The recipe was super easy to follow, and all the ingredients are available in bigger M&S stores – so grabbing them in one shop couldn’t be simpler! And the result? A supper which was relished outside, and the recipe has firmly joined the ranks of my most loved!

I’ve included the recipe below so you can try it for yourself!

INGREDIENTS – SERVES 2

  • 5 Pak choi leaves
  • 0.5 limes
  • 2 tsp wasabi peas
  • 5 tbsp mayonnaise (Kewpie mayonnaise is best)
  • 3 tbsp Japanese steak sauce (Hibachi is best)
  • 1 red chilli 1 pack Baby Pak choi
  • 1 tsp Japanese chilli powder
  • 1 sirloin steak
  • 2 tsp wasabi paste

PREPARATION

Halve the Baby Pak choi. Slice the red chillis. Juice the limes.

METHOD

  1. Crush wasabi peas in a pestle and mortar.
  2. Dust the steak with the chilli powder and set aside
  3. Stir the wasabi paste and lime juice into the mayonnaise and set aside in a service bowl
  4. Heat a frying pan over a high heat and brush the steak with a little oil
  5. Cook the steak to liking then remove and rest. Add the pak choi to the pan to gain a little colour, deglaze with the steak sauce, and drop in the chilli.
  6. Arrange the pak choi leaves on a long wooden board. Slice the beef then arrange the beef and baby pak choi on the board all with a nice drizzle of the glaze covering them.
  7. Serve with the wasabi mayonnaise and a sprinkle of the crushed wasabi peas.

You can find more M&S recipes here – I’ve already got my shopping list ready to try a few more!

 

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