One delicious and original way to cook your sirloin stake.

Before starting talking about the recipe I feel like some explanations are needed:

Balsamic glaze it’s not the same as balsamic vinegar, as glazes are the result of simmering the vinegar with flour, glucose and sugar and they have a more dense consistency.

Guess what? This balsamic glaze will give your stake a unique flavor!

Here you can find how to make it:

Ingredients:

  • 1 Boneless sirloin stake;
  • 1 Pinch salt;
  • 1 Pinch black pepper;
  • Balsamic glaze.
  • 4 Teaspoon olive oil.

Process:

Take the steak out 3 First step is to season the beef.

Throw a pitch of salt and a pinch of black pepper on both the sides of the meat.

Successively, pour in a pan the oil and let it heat for a minute before putting in the steak.

The meat has to cook for 7/8 minutes. Make sure you turn it the other side every two minutes.

Just 1 minute before the time finishes cover the the steak in balsamic glaze.

Let it cook the last minute with the glaze on, make sure you spread it for all the surface.

Let it rest a coupe of minute and then it’s ready to be served!

Wow, how good does that look? and trust me, it tastes even better!

The acidity of the balsamic vinegar gives the meat a very unique and characteristic taste!

As a side plat I chose a sweet potatoes purée, if you are curious about how to make that, you can go and check here at:

https://myhotchili.com/2020/04/27/sweet-potatoes-puree/

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