Learn the passion and love that comes with the Italian’s love affair for picanha!

If you have never heard of picanha, then yes, you are not Italian, and probably not a chef. However, if you are a food fan like most of us, but don’t have the time to give the attention it needs, then what about trying out some quick and tasty recipes that will have you cooking Italian quality tasting food in no time at all? 

How to Make Creamy Rump Steak Pasta with Steak Strips

Whether you’re looking for the perfect pasta for dinner or want to make a dish for a special occasion, there are a few steps you can take to create the ultimate creamy pepper pasta with steak strips. With just under 20 minutes of prep time, you can serve a group of four people with the comfort of homemade pasta and meat sauce.

First, you’ll need a large non-stick frying pan. It should be oiled and heated over a high heat. You’ll need a pound of meat tenderizer to help the beef become tender. Once the meat is tender, you can move it to a cutting board.

Next, you’ll need to slice the beef thinly against the grain. You should also season the meat with salt and pepper. Then you’ll need to fry it in olive oil.

Once the steak is cooked to your liking, remove it from the pan and set it aside. You can also serve it warm. If you prefer, you can serve it with a side salad.

While you’re waiting for the meat to cook, you can begin making the sauce. You can also add garlic and basil to the sauce. You can also use a food processor with a blade attachment for the tomatoes. If you prefer, you can substitute dried Cep (porcini) mushrooms.

Finally, you’ll need to add the tinned tomatoes and the veg to the pan. You can also add pesto or fresh basil. You can even add chickpeas. You’ll also need to add milk to help thicken the sauce.

How to Make the Perfect Rump Steak With Rice

Whether you’re looking to make the perfect rump steak with rice for a weeknight meal or a weekend feast, it’s important to know how to cook the meat properly. It’s essential that you get the right texture and temperature, as over cooking will result in tough and dry meat. There are several techniques to follow to ensure that you end up with a tasty dish.

To start, season your steak with salt and pepper. If you want to add extra flavor, marinate the steak in your favorite sauce for at least 10 minutes. If you’re short on time, you can add the ingredients immediately.

You can also fry your steak in a skillet for two to three minutes before turning it over and stirring to get a golden brown color. If you’re using a small skillet, you can steam the meat instead of frying it. It’s important to keep the meat warm so it doesn’t dry out.

Once the meat is browned on both sides, set it aside to rest for at least 3 minutes. You can drizzle the meat with the pan juices as you cook it.

During this time, you can add your veggies to the skillet and stir them around. If you’re using fresh vegetables, make sure to wash them before you start cooking. You can also use frozen vegetables.

Next, you’ll want to make a stir-fry sauce. It’s important to get the consistency of the sauce right. The sauce should be thick enough to coat your vegetables. You should cook the sauce for at least 2 minutes before you add the vegetables.

How to Create the Perfect Rump Steak Sandwich

Creating the perfect rump steak sandwich is all about choosing the right cut of meat. It’s also about constructing the sandwich in a way that makes it easy to eat and hold with one hand. If the construction isn’t perfect, your sandwich can become inedible.

The first step to creating the perfect rump steak sandwich is to get the steak at room temperature. Then, you can cook it to your liking. You can either marinate it or cook it quickly in a hot pan.

After the meat has cooled, you should slice it thinly against the grain. You can cook it for just a few minutes on each side. Depending on how thick the steak is, you can slice it into chunks or leave it in a single piece.

To make the sandwiches, you’ll need bread. The best kind of bread for a steak sandwich is ciabatta. This type of bread is light inside and crisp on the outside. It is also porous enough to absorb the juices from the steak.

Once you have the ciabatta, spread half the horseradish mayo on it. This is a great way to add a peppery zing to the sandwich. You can add a tomato, rocket and beetroot on top if you want.

If you’re feeling lazy, you can skip the aioli and use fig jam instead. The jam adds a bit of tang to the sandwich and goes well with the savory rump.

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Trish Gill