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Steak Tartare with Horseradish and Capers

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Ingredients

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2 red onions s, minced
12 ounces of beef tenderloin
2 garlic cloves
1 tablespoon caper
1 tablespoon dijon mustard
1 teaspoon shredded horseradish
salt
pepper
1 teaspoon olive oil
chives

Nutritional Information

232 kcal
Calories
9 g
Carbs
27 g
Protein
10 g
Fat

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We think the first thing you need to do when making a good steak tartare at home is making sure of having fresh meat at your disposal. You can buy it already minced, or mince it at home using a sharp knife. Next thing you need to do is choose the rest of the ingredients. We’ve added a bit of Dijon mustard, horseradish, capers, onion, and spices for this recipe.

Ingredients

Steps

1
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Mince the red onion.

2
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Place the beef on your working surface.

3
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Use a sharp knife, thinly slice the beef and then mince it.

4
Done

Add the chopped garlic in your mortar. Add the capers, Dijon, horseradish, season with salt and pepper. Pour the olive oil and crush everything.

5
Done

Mix the meat with the red onion and Dijon sauce until smooth. Top it with red onion and chives before serving.

Vlad Popa

I guess I’ve always had a passion for cooking ever since I was a kid when I was mom’s little helper in the kitchen. Even though I wasn’t actually cooking, I was a picky eater, and I focused on bringing more flavor to her dishes, by adding extra herbs and spices I felt might enrich it. Time has passed, and I haven’t changed that much: I am now my girlfriend’s helper. I’m probably too lazy to cook myself as often as I’d wish, but I always come up with the nicest twists for recipes. I add or remove ingredients, and I feel like a “Master of Ideas.” I dubbed myself that, I admit it. Other than flavors, I’m quite into movies, TV series, sports competitions, hiking in nature, traveling, and learning about other things.

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