Porterhouse steak with salads and vegetables in chocolate sauce

Porterhouse steak,salads vegs in chocolate sauce

Ingredients

To marinade steaks
4 Porterhouse steaks
Olive oil
salt and pepper
2 Tbsp Worchester sauce

To make chocolate sauce
125 g dark chocolate
1/4 c water + 3 Tbs extra if chocolate is too thick
40 g butter

To make Potatoes
4 baby potatoes, wash
Water
A pinch of salt

To make figs, asparagus and cherries tomatoes
4 green figs, stem removed and cut into half
4 bunches of asparugus, stems removed, wash, cut diagonally and blanched in the poatoes hot boiled waters
120 g cherries tomatoes
oil, drizzles on top

Method
Pre heat oven 190 deg. In a bowl add potatoes, water, and salt boiled in microwaves for 12-15 minutes. Marinade steaks with oil, salt, pepper, and Worchester sauce for 1 hour. Meanwhile, in a saucepan on low heat combine chocolate, water and heat until chocolate melts, stirring throughout so that its smooth. Cook for 2 minutes. Add butter, remove from heat and stir until butter is incorporated and sauce is thick and smooth. Set aside keep warm until ready to use.

Place cut figs, cherries tomatoes and asparagus on a baking tray,and drizzles oil. Then put the parboiled potatoes together. Bake the potatoes and figs for 35-50 minutes until figs, asparugus, cherries and potatoes are tender.

Grill steaks on a hot gridle pan for 6-8 minutes one side and grill a further 4-6 minutes (straight out of fridge); room temperature about 5-7minutes and to your liking. Place the steak with the potatoes, cherries, asparugus and halves figson the plate. Then spoon a small ladle of chocolate sauce over the steaks. Drizzle some steak juice onto the figs.

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