Prime rib-eye steak with wild mushrooms

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Prime rib-eye steak with wild mushrooms

Prime rib-eye steak with wild mushrooms

Delicious coffee rubbed prime rib-eyed steak prepared by Gordon Ramsay and Nataniël, exclusively for Checkers.

Ingredients

  • Steak rub
  • 2 Checkers Steakhouse Classic dry-aged rib-eyes - bone-in
  • 50g coffee granules
  • 20g smoked paprika
  • 10g onion flakes
  • 10g sugar
  • 5g smoked sea salt
  • 5g dried chilli flakes
  • 5 g cayenne pepper
  • 5g black pepper
  • 5g table salt
  • Wild mushroom garnish:
  • 500g baby potatoes
  • 500g mixed wild mushrooms
  • 1 chilli - chopped
  • 1/2 bunch chives
  • 1 shallot - finely sliced
  • 1 cloves of garlic - chopped
  • 3 Tbs olive oil
  • Chimichirri:
  • 3 shallots/1 small onion - chopped
  • 6 Tbs parsley - chopped
  • 2 jalapeño peppers
  • 2 Tbs oregano
  • 1/2 bunch of chives - chopped
  • Sherry vinegar to taste
  • Olive oil
  • Splash of Tabasco sauce ?

Instructions

Mix all the ingredients for the rub together and rub into the steaks.

Leave for as long as possible (the night before would be perfect, but an hour before will also have a great result).

Not all of the rub will be needed, and it can be kept for another time.

Boil the baby potatoes until tender.

Cut in halves. Add cooking oil in a large hot frying pan and seal all sides of the steak.

Remove from the pan and place in a hot oven at 200ºC for 8 - 10 min.

In a clean hot frying pan, add the olive oil and potatoes and cook until coloured.

Add the mushrooms and season well. Sauté for 2 min. and add the onion, garlic, chilli and chives.

Turn off the stove and leave to keep warm in the pan. Remove the steak from the oven and leave to rest.

Add all ingredients for the chimichurri, mix together in a bowl with the olive oil and vinegar and cover the rib-eye.

To plate:

Carve the steak into nice meaty slices and spoon the potatoes and mushrooms onto the plates.

Divide the steak slices evenly.

Transfer any juices left from the carving board over the plated steaks.