Meat and vegetables meet up in an all-time classic of the European culinary tradition: Roast beef.
Try our roast beef with wine sauces and veggies made with organic ingredients
Here’s Mr. Roast beef’s organic version, with a mix of stir-fried organic vegetables and a wine-based
Chokeberry sauce to make it no less than unforgettable.
The union of meat with vegetables is even more special thanks to the green sauce.
is the ideal partner to make this traditional dish even tastier.
Preparation time: 20 min
Ingredients for 4 persons:
- 4 beef steaks from organic livestock
- 500 g carrots
- 500 g asparagus
- 200 g chanterelle mushrooms
- 500 g shallot
- Garlic, 2 cloves
- 1 rosemary sprig
- 50 g butter
- 0,2 g nutmeg
- Olive oil
- Red chokeberry wine
- Bay leaves, thyme, sea salt
We suggest you to choose organic ingredients, not only for the meat but also for the vegetables of this roast beef. This recipe becomes special if it is realized with organic ingredients.
This recipe is perfect for every season, so you can shift to the vegetables you preferred according to the season and the best offer of your favorite farmers’ market.
This dish is fresh because of the veggies with a warm feeling thanks to the wine sauce, we would like to suggest to play some
Preparation of the roast beef with wine sauces and veggies, organic style
Marinade the steaks in rosemary for at least 2 hours, then grill them.
Place the meat in the pan, pour the chokeberry wine over it and fry for 6 minutes.
Add butter and nutmeg to your sauce: it will slowly make it thicker.
Boil all the vegetables the asparagus, carrots, and chanterelles and then sear the butter with the garlic.
Add spices as required.
Peel the shallots and glaze them in the butter. Pour in the wine and add spices, cooking on low fire.
Serve the roast beef covered with the sauce and decorated with vegetables on a plate.
Finally, enjoy the unique taste of the roast beef, a dish you simply can never get tired of.
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