Argentinian entrecote steaks and Don-burgers for diner :)

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Argentinian entrecote steaks and Don-burgers for diner :)

Post by DON-NL » Tue Feb 10, 2009 6:16 pm

Ingredients:

* Two 1 inch thick entrcote's from Argentinia
* 300 grams (European measure) grounded beef
* Red, yellow and green paprikas
* 1 red union
* 3 parts of carlic
* black pepper and salt
* worcestershire sauce
* olive oil
* French fries


Beginnen:

* Fire the grill !

* get the steaks out of the fridge and let them rest on room tempeture

* Chop the union in 2 parts. Save one part and cut the other part very small.

* pull the other part of the union in parts/pieces and save this for later.

* Chop the carlic very small and save 1 of a 3rd in a cup and the other 2 of a 3rd in another cup.

* Cut the paprikas in pieces around 1/2 to 1 inch large.

* Put the grounded beef in a bowl and put the following ingredients over it: pepper, salt, chopped union, the 1/3 carlic and 3 teaspoons of worcestershire sauce.
Mix this all to one ball of meat.
After this is done, make 2 burgers out of it and put them in the fridge to rest.

* Put the paprika's and the union parts in a bowl and put some oliveoil over it. Put the rest of the 2/3 carlic and some salt/pepper over it. Mix everything good and let it rest for a while.

* When the grill is hot, put the burgers on it (direct heating). Flip them over in a couple of minutes.

* Put the pieces of paprika and union on a kebab stick. Like this: red paprika, union, yellow paprika, union, green paprika, union.... etc .....

* When finished on the kebabs, put them on direct heating to.

* quick bake some french fries cause the only thing we have to do know is cooking the steaks.

* Rub the steaks in with some salt and black pepper

* get the burgers from the direct heating and put them on indirect heating.

* Do the same with the kebabs.

* After a couple of minutes you can flip the steaks and after a few more minutes there done

* After all is done, wrap everything in some aluminium paper en let it rest for a minute.

* Serve the food on a plate and Bon a petite :)


*** p.s. after flipping the meat, be sure to put the lid back on the kettle to smoke the food everytime ! ***

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Re: Argentinian entrecote steaks and Don-burgers for diner :)

Post by DON-NL » Tue Feb 10, 2009 6:18 pm

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Re: Argentinian entrecote steaks and Don-burgers for diner :)

Post by DON-NL » Tue Feb 10, 2009 6:37 pm

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Post by DON-NL » Tue Feb 10, 2009 6:38 pm

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Re: Argentinian entrecote steaks and Don-burgers for diner :)

Post by Trev » Wed Feb 11, 2009 6:39 am

That looks great, Don. And it looks like your new charcoal holder passed the test too.
Great job.
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Re: Argentinian entrecote steaks and Don-burgers for diner :)

Post by DON-NL » Wed Feb 11, 2009 5:52 pm

thanks Trev !

It sure passed the test :) works fine
Trev wrote:That looks great, Don. And it looks like your new charcoal holder passed the test too.
Great job.
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