Steak Salad Recipe # 91

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Today’s  dinner salad was pretty special for me, because it contained six of my favorite food items – endive, pears, Gorgonzola, garlic, shiitake mushrooms and Entraña (faux hanger steak).
While the shiitake might not seem a good fit for a salad at first glance, they turned out to be a perfect fit with the rest of the ingredients.
This salad was at the same time very rustic and very refined.
The different textures and flavors combined to be an absolute beautiful and tasty salad that can be served as main course, appetizer or snack.
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Bon Appétit !   Life is Good !
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Steak Salad Recipe # 91

Steak Salad Recipe # 91

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Steak Salad Recipe # 91

Steak Salad Recipe # 91

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Steak Salad Recipe # 91

Steak Salad Recipe # 91

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Preparation :
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7 comments

  1. Hi Hans, hope all is well with you and Bella, another nice meal, prepared by one of the top chef’s in the world. Bella is surely a luck dog, to enjoy all the best culinary delights, what more can one ask for! Bella, I wish we could trade places with you, just look at her expression, as she gets ready to devour steak, at its very best! Enjoy Bella, and don’t forget to thank your master,
    for being such a wonderful provider.

    All the best Hans, your friends in Texas – John & Elli

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    1. (Almost) Same thing Stefan. I have a lot of Latino subscribers 🙂
      Flank, skirt and hanger come from the same AREA of the beef (below the ribs and in front of the hindleg), although they are different cuts they can be (and usually are) used in the same way. For the casual buyer of a lb of meat for the grill or fajitas, one does not have to be bewildered by the many cuts and names within that same area of the beef. As for the professional, many don’t know the difference because nowaday’s most restaurants buy portion control and in the name of marketing, many different names are used for the same cuts (Now figure-in the different languages and dialects (Steak Cubano anyone)………. 🙂
      Cheers !
      Fresh shiitake are easily available around here. After you wash them, they look almost like reconstituted mushrooms, since they soak up a lot of water

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