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Beef Cheviche

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I am watching one of the cooking shows Dinner impossible ) and he did a beef Cheviche, I was wondering if anyone had any tips, recipes, or advice?

 

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You may want to do a little web searching on beef carpaccio for some basic approaches on raw beef presentation.  Add citrus and chiles for that ceviche style dish.

 

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Yeah it seems like you'd get better recipes in your search if you searched something more along the lines of "Steak Tar Tar". The only difference i believe would be the citrus ingredient that would be slightly cooking the beef as if it were fish.

 

I had a chef once makes an excellent twist on steak tar tar and ceviche by adding a citrus ingredient into a basic Tar Tar.

 

Here's the delicious recipe:

 

dry aged steak, diced

chervil

lemon zest, minced

capers, chopped

paprika infused oil

 

and most importantly (aside from the steak of coarse)...

lemon segments marinated in White Truffle Oil.

 

Spectacular and surprisingly a wonderful combination. To top it off the steak had been aged to perfection in our massive special dry aging unit. Ah, the good ole days.

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Originally Posted by JWUchefjessica View Post
 

Yeah it seems like you'd get better recipes in your search if you searched something more along the lines of "Steak Tar Tar". 

Or better yet, "Steak tartare". 

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Or better yet, "Steak tartare". 

My apologies for the spelling outrage..

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It's just... steak tar tar doesn't sound very appetizing. ;)

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Originally Posted by JWUchefjessica View Post
 

My apologies for the spelling outrage..

 

 

More like a spelling outage maybe?  :lol:

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