Tagliata with plum rosemary gremolata. Short roasted steak with sweet salty herb topping. To clean!
T agliata is one of my favorite summer dishes. You take a good rump steak, roast it short and spicy crispy brown from both sides, cut it into slices ... and zack! ... the superfast, delicious comfort food is ready. Without a long rumgemache in the kitchen and Schwitz-Schwitz, but with plenty of time for a sundowner glass of rosé on the balcony. Incidentally, boredom can not arise on the dinner bread front, because Tagliata can really be "styled" incredibly versatile. My current tip: Tagliata with plums and rosemary gremolata p>
The pan-seared steak we sprinkled with a mixture of fresh herbs, garlic and lemon zest - the originating from Lombardy Seasoning gremolata.. The extra blast: Our Gremolata gets a great spin through juicy-sweet California prunes. What ... prunes in the food? Yes, that's right! They are a perfect match for meat and enhance the aroma. Maybe one or the other remembers that grandma always had some prunes for her perfect roast pork? Exactly. Therefore.
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Back to our Tagliata:. Shipyard a few green salad leaves on a plate, the steak slices arranged nicely on it and tops the whole with plum-rosemary gremolata. A little more sea salt and olive oil and then ... hmmmm ... enjoy the incomparable scent that rises from your plate! And if someone wants to serve a little more carbohydrates: boiled potatoes or a rustic baguette are great.
Have it! ღ
PS: Need some more tasty tagliata?Add the rump steaks and brown on each side for about 3-4 minutes. Remove from pan and let stand briefly.
Cut off the fat edge of the fried rump steaks and discard (or freeze for a broth). Slice the meat crosswise.
Place the green salad on a plate and arrange the tagliata on top. Season with coarse sea salt and sprinkle generously with the Plum Rosemary Gremolata. Drizzle with olive oil.
Serve with boiled potatoes or baguette.