Yes , I know. The economy is a mess, we are all on tenterhooks and the mood is save, save, save. But There are those important occasions in which we deserve a gourmet treat. An this my dears is it! The chefs from Petrossian shared this exquisite caviar and steak tartare recipe .
Tartare is a is a meat dish made from finely chopped high grade beef; combine with a good caviar and you are in heaven.
Although you might have some health concerns on account of the danger of contamination by bacteria, the important point is to get your meat and caviar from trusted sources: a good butcher shop and Petrossian.
Petrossian is an upscale french restaurant right next to Central Park in NYC. It’s in a beautiful, old-world style building and has great atmosphere and food. If that is out of your way, don’t worry, they ship to any destination.
So kick back, have a little luxury to ease these troubled times and ENJOY!
Ingredients ( 4 servings)
24 ounces of beef tenderloin, cleaned and minced by hand
Tabasco Sauce to taste
Salt and Pepper to taste
4 Tablespoons of drained capers, chopped
4 tablespoons of Dijon mustard
6 ounces of minced shallots
6 ounces of minced chives
4 ounces of minced piquillo peppers
2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil
1 ounce of Armagnac
Caviar, 80 grams
1 baguette cut ¼” thick and lightly toasted, approximately 24 pieces
8 ounces of salad greens
In a large chilled bowl, add the beef, tabasco sauce, salt and pepper, the capers, mustard, shallots, chives, peppers , olive oil and Armagnac. Mix with a spoon to combine and adjust the seasoning with salt and pepper if needed. Pack 6 ounces of the tartare into a ring mold set on a chilled plate. Push down with a spoon to keep the mixture compact. Top with 20 grams of the caviar, smoothing out the top gently with a spoon and remove the mold. Serve with 6 croutons and 2 ounces of greens on the side. ENJOY!