Irish round steak tartare

Irish round steak tartare

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There is nothing more fun than visiting an event and getting some ingredients to take home. This time it was a nice Irish round steak. At the invitation of BordBia and, I also took a short masterclass in baking “bubble steak” with Chef Wilco Berends from restaurant De Nederlanden in Vreeland. Followed by an inspiring lunch and therefore also an assignment to make a beautiful dish at home. That became this Irish round steak tartare. Strangely enough, I didn't have a steak tartare recipe on my site yet, even though I love this dish.

Irish round steak tartare

Irish round steak tartare

If the Michelin star chef also says that you don't have to do very much with a good piece of Irish beef, then you better take it for granted. In the kitchen of Wilco Berends we got to taste a nice piece of raw meat. Little bit of pepper and nothing else! But the short grilled piece of meat also had so much flavor, why do even more?! My recipe idea was therefore clear pretty quickly: a steak tartare!

Irish round steak tartare

We do have a steak tartare that we cut fairly coarsely so that we don't change the structure of the meat too much. Sometimes you get a tartar that has been turned in a machine and then you have lost me a bit. We keep a nice bite, and we give it a bit of spice by using some chili powder. Other than that, we keep it pretty classic and let the Irish grass-fed cow meat speak for itself.

* This recipe uses raw meat and a raw egg yolk, so this dish is not suitable for pregnant women! Always make sure that you buy super fresh products from your butcher, this will prevent any problems.

Irish round steak tartare

soda bread

A supporting role, but certainly not the least in this recipe, is the homemade Irish soda bread. I'm a huge fan of that myself and it also fits perfectly with the steak. I wrote several recipes for this before. You can here en here find. The bread hardly needs to be kneaded and does not need to rise, ideal if you are not a huge baker!

Below is the full recipe with ingredients. Have fun making the recipe below. Delicious bites!

Irish round steak tartare

Irish round steak tartare

A classic with few ingredients and a very pure taste.

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Hallway: Side dish, lunch, appetizer
Kitchen: European
Keyword: cornichons, Dijon mustard, egg, round steak
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Total time: 20 minutes
Servings: 2 people
calories: 334kcal
Author: Francine
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You need:

cooking ring 10cm diameter
sharp knife


  • 250 gram Irish round steak
  • 2 eggs - only the yolk
  • 6 pickles - cut into small pieces
  • 1 shallot - very finely chopped
  • 1 el Dijon mustard
  • peper
  • salt
  • 1 tl Worcertershire sauce
  • ¼ tl chili powder
  • 2 twigs Parsley

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And this is how you make it:

  • Chop the shallot, finely chop the parsley, and finely chop the cornichons. Mix everything in a bowl with the Dijon mustard, Worcestershire sauce, chili powder, and season with salt and pepper.
  • Cut the round steak into small pieces and mix it with the mustard mix you just made.
  • Separate the yolks from the whites. (see notes)
  • Grab your cooking ring and place on a plate, scoop in the tartare and push with the convex side of a spoon. Pull the ring up and repeat with your other plate. Place the egg yolk (without skin) on the tartare and possibly add a sprig of parsley. Serve immediately.
  • Delicious bites!
You can use the protein for meringues, for example, or for your homemade granola. 
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I've made some great recipes with Irish beef before, and also wrote a nice blog about a trip to Ireland. You can read it below:

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Here you can read 48 hours in Cork and get the recipe for an Irish rye bread.

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