Hello, me again, Willow.
Quick while the humans out!
I know I watched her how to use the photo thingy and thanks to Jayzspaze I can tell people what I`m upto without Karen - cool huh! now how to work this thingy
Ok, I need peoples opinion as to which is my best side, I can`t tell and although Karen`s had a day in Leicester and Nottingham (without me, may I add) there have been no more photos of me!
Bah humbug! Here goes and then I`ll tell you how to cook a really good steak whilst out camping! Sorry, there are no photos though, I enjoyed the food to much.
This is lie down posing mode, any good?
Ooh deary dear, this won`t do,I forgot to look up and I put it wrong way round, can`t sort that out now.
Try this one, left side?
Or right side?
And who said I had a double chin?
Ok, I`ll have to try again, now onto the best bit - food......
A good cooked steak.
1 Sirloin steak
Sirloin is actually a true steak that was knighted by a king - Richard I believe, although I will have to check my facts. But it was said, that King Richard would not eat the loin until it had been knighted because it was too good to give to peasants of the day and the marble effect that runs through it helps add to its flavour and stunning colour
1 onion (peeled and chopped)
A handful of mushrooms (any sort)
2 tomatoes (not tinned as they contain too many e numbers and ruin a very good piece of steak)
Salt and Pepper
Ensure your frying pan is very hot, then add the onion, mushrooms, tomatoes and a splash of Worcester sauce and fry for about 2 minutes, then put on a plate to one side.
With the steak salt and pepper one side, and with a knife add a bit of mustard and then place steak into frying pan and watch it sizzle.
Whilst one side is cooking, add salt and pepper to the other side with the mustard, wait 2 minutes and turn to cook the other side.
A good steak will only take between 2 and 5 minutes to cook (depending how well you do or don`t want it) and whilst it is doing the other side, add the ingredients that were put aside and add a splash more Worcester sauce and serve.
You can have it as an accompaniment with chips, wedges, sauteed potatoes or anything else really, but this recipe gives it a bit of a kick and you can`t ignore a good steak!