Steak Tartare (Beef)

Today something special for Meat-Lovers!
Even though serving a portion of raw ground beef with a raw egg yolk comes from France it is in Poland that I had the best one! My father do an amazing steak tartare ever! And it is his version of this dish I would like to present you today!

Ingredients per person:
♥  Count around 150-200g of meat per person
1 egg yolk (from a fresh egg!)
♥  1 pickled cucumber
1/2 white/red onion
♥  couple of capers
♥  pickled mushrooms
olive oil, pepper, salt
♥  bread (for the side)

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How to choose a good meat?
The best meat for a tartare steak is the Sirloin. Also Silverside will be very good (it is a bit lower quality meat but usually a lot cheaper than sirloin!).
My father is a vet. He knows how to choose a good meat. It is important to buy it from a safe place. The best, just tell the vendor that you need meat for a tartar.
(Pregnant women shouldn’t eat raw meat because of the Toxoplasma contamination risk).

1. My father ground the meat by himself (if you have a machine it takes only few minutes!). He do it twice to get the meat finely choped. Next, he adds some olive oil and mix it with the meat.

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2. Next, he distributes all portions on the plates and he puts an egg yolk on the   top of each.

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3. He then dices onions, pickled cucumber and adds copers and pickled mushrooms. My dad leaves all ingredients on the side so then everybody can mix everything in their favorite way!

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Enjoy! I love it with some extra olive oil, pepper and a glass of good red wine!

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