I’m always searching the internet to discover new things I can show you. This time I found a story about a historic steak. The mutton steak.
Mutton steak is a lamb saddle from an older sheep. This steak was famous during World War II because Winston Churchill and Roosevelt ate them.
- A whole lamb saddle
- 100 grams of butter
- 3 medium-sized carrots
- 3 potatoes
- 1/2 a white cabbage
- Spring onions
- Fleur de sell
- Trim the lamb saddle by cutting off all the loose flaps of meat and then cut it into steaks. Watch the video on how to do this.
- Peel and cut the potatoes into wedges. Slice the cabbage thin and slice the carrots and the spring onions.
- Start your grill with two zones, a temperature of about 140ºC and a flat grill plate.
- Grill the steaks over direct heat until they’ve got a nice crust. In the meantime, melt a third of the butter on the grill plate.
- Roast the potatoes, cabbage and carrots. Melt the rest of the butter in a pan and add the spring onions.
- When the carrots start to go soft, and the potatoes are grilled, you lay the mutton steaks on top of the veggies and close the lid.
- Cook the mutton to a core temperature of 55ºC (131F). Pour the butter with the spring onions over it all and season the steaks with fleur de sell.
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