Thursday, May 9, 2013

Seared Garlic Aged Scotch Fillet with Wasabi Mayonnaise


Since starting my new job I don't have the luxury of leaving on time anymore. This means I need to find new ways to come up with fast and tasty meals for myself and the other half.

This has probably got to be the quickest meal I have knocked back on this blog, yet it's quite tasty and it didn't take too long either. If you're quick in the kitchen, I reckon you should be able to knock back this meal from fridge to plate in under 20 minutes, true story bro!  

  • Steaks, I had the luxury of using 90 day aged stoch fillet for this
  • 2x garlic cloves
  • 1x pinch of salt
  • Pepper
  • 2x tablespoons of olive oil
  • Wasabi
  • Japanese Mayonnaise
  • Salad of some sort, left overs, etc.
Smash up the garlic and chop up into little bits, bang the lot into a mixing bowl along with some salt, cracked pepper and the olive oil. Give the lot a good toss and let it sit. Heat up a pan and drizzle some olive oil on it, make sure it's super hot. Cook the steaks approximately 2 minutes either side, I tend to like my shit raw because I don't like wasting a good piece of meat.

To serve, mix up some wasabi and mayonnaise together on the side to dip the steak in. Serve with some greens and other shit you find in the fridge.

Time: 20 minutes
Serves: 2~3
Cost: $8 for Wasabi & Mayonnaise, $100 for 6.5kg aged Scotch Fillet

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