This Welsh Beef dish is lovely alongside hearty root veg, mash potatoes and a steaming glass of mulled wine. Perfect.
4 x 8oz Welsh Ribeye Steaks
Sea Salt and Freshly Ground Pepper
3 tbsp Olive Oil
Small bunch of Thyme
1/2 head of Garlic
1 Shallot, minced
2 garlic cloves, minced
4 tbsp green jar peppercorns
200ml Beef Stock
Small bunch of tarragon leaves, chopped
Take 1 tbsp olive oil and sweat the shallot and garlic with the peppercorns.
Cook for a few minutes then add the brandy.
Flambé the brandy and reduce by half. Season with salt and some ground black pepper then add the beef stock and leave to reduce on a medium heat.
Now get a griddle pan, and place on the stove. Take the Welsh Beef steaks on a tray, season heavily with salt and pepper and pour on 2tbsp olive oil, rub the seasoning into the steaks.
Add the cream to the peppercorn sauce and leave to reduce until thick and sauce consistency.
Place the Welsh Beef steaks in the griddle pan, leave for 2-3 minutes on one side to colour.
Then turn and leave for a further 3 minutes then take the sprigs of thyme and 1/2 head of garlic place on the steaks to infuse and then remove from the heat and rest for a few minutes.
To finish the sauce add the tarragon and taste for seasoning, then to plate up, serve the Welsh Beef steaks with their own juices and the peppercorn sauce in a pot on the side.
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