Friday, September 26, 2008

Melly Had a Little Lamb

So I ate some of it. First I flattened the 6 lamb flank steaks out..first dusting with flour and some fresh, minced rosemary. I added some Worcestershire Enhanced Ground Pepper then seared them in olive oil that I had previously sauteed pearl onions, mushrooms, and garlic in. (I set those aside and added them back in later).

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After removing the seared steaks, I de-glazed the pan with some "Fat Bastard" cab and let it reduce to thicken. I used a bit of water and potato starch with some fage yogurt..tempered it with some of the stock..and added it in...along with some cracked pepper and kosher salt. I also added an anchovie filet for increased depth of flavor (I heard that line on Iron Chef..and have been wanting to use it).


I added the flank steaks back in while the noodles were boiling in a seperate pot.



I topped the dish with lemon zest, rosemary, and lemon verbena.



I made a salad of romaine and home-grown cherry tomatoes...used Granite Bay Farms zesty organic sun-dried tomato dressing.



Here are the ingredients...well, cept for the meat, mushrooms and pearl onions. I used em all up. It was soooooooo good. Comforty and all. Can you give this dish an inspired name?

2 comments:

Hahn at Home said...

Melly Had a Little Lamb?

Eileen and Sue said...

sounds good! Mel's lamb flank steak piquante.