T-BONE SURF & TURF

Tbone surf and turf dinner ideaImpress your Valentine with this delicious sharing steak.

INGREDIENTS 

COOKING YOUR GAMEKEEPERS T-BONE

  1. Remove packaging and bring to room temperature (take out of the fridge 2 hrs prior to cooking)
  2. Pre heat oven to 200°C
  3. Season T-bone well with salt & pepper on both sides
  4. If you have a Meater thermometer (best Valentine's gift!), insert into the Porterhouse side of the T-bone (the larger steak area) and program the cooking to a 55°C target temperature for medium rare
  5. Heat 3 Tbsp oil in a frying pan and sear T-Bone for 3 mins on each side to caramelise the meat
  6. Place meat in the oven and follow the Meater cooking advice

If you don’t have a Meater, follow the same process. Place T-Bone in the oven for about 15 minutes at 200°C.

To finish:

  • Rest for at least 10 mins.
  • Carve meat off the bone, slice & share.

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    COOKING YOUR SCALLOPS

    1. Remove packaging and place scallops on a paper towel for 30 min prior cooking to bring them to room temperature
    2. While the T-Bone is resting… season scallops with salt & pepper on both sides
    3. In a hot frying pan, add 3 Tbsp olive oil and sear the scallops for 2 mins on each side, they will still be moist and delicious
    4. Remove from the pan and place on your dish straight away

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    A SIDE OF ROASTED CHERRY VINE TOMATOES

    1. Pre heat oven at 180°C
    2. Place as many tomatoes as desired on a roasting tray with 5 Tbsp olive oil drizzled over the tomatoes, or use an oil spray and spray generously
    3. Season tomatoes with salt & pepper and sprinkle with thyme 
    4. Roast in the oven for 30 min

    TIP - this side can be done first before cooking the meat and scallops, and be quickly reheated at the end while the scallops are cooking.

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    Product Links:

    Beef T-Bone Steak   |   Meater+ Thermometer   |   Olive Oil

     

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