Saturday, September 11, 2010

Have Grill Will Travel

Prime Rib Eye Beef with Horseradish Butter


Season steaks with Monterey Seasoning and grill as desired (I like mine mooing). Serve with wild, brown and white rice pilaf and steamed broccoli and horseradish butter.

Horseradish Butter

1 Tablespoon prepared horseradish
1/4 cup butter
1 Tablespoon whipping cream
1/2 Tablespoon fresh parsley
1/2 Tablespoon Dijon mustard
1/2 teaspoon grated lemon rind
pinch each of salt and pepper.

Press liquid from the horseradish. In bowl, beat butter until smooth, then beat in horseradish and rest of ingredients until combined. Makes a generous 1/3 cup.

click to enlarge, have napkin handy

9 comments:

  1. Oh yes, mooing is just right - and horseradish butter? Divine!

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  2. Oh yum!!

    I also want mine to moo. I like a bit(?) of granulated garlic rubbed into the meat first, before grilling.

    Bob
    III

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  3. I was doing just fine until I saw that steak and recipe. Now I have to go and clean off the BBQ grill for later but, I will substitute the beef steak with venison steak.

    Whitetail Woods Blog / Blackpowder Shooting

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  4. I, too, like my steak mooing. I have, on occasion, asked the waitress to 'just wipe it's butt and lead it on over to the table". ;-)

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  5. Napkin was not enough, had to activate keyboard attached through.
    Yes, Bovine is Divine..

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  6. Horseradish Butter? I had not considered the creation of such a thing.....

    Although, since I operate in the mindset that "More horseradish makes steak mo betta" I'm gonna haveta make it now.

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  7. Looks good and I know it taste good too!

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  8. Mooing. Be still my heart! Blue rare, always!

    Friends coming this weekend. Just might have to try horseradish butter. I've got the best butcher in the world. Have never had a bad steak from him.

    It's a little tougher to do on mooing steaks, cuz they're not on the grill long enough to melt it properly, but try crumbling some Stilton cheese on top some time. :p

    Heading out salmon fishing tomorrow evening. A little tougher getting decent (silver) fish in the river, but it happens occasionally.

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  9. Drool.

    Having been confined to the house for the last five days, I craving food that isn't quick, comes out of a box or delivered to the door.

    If my plans come together, I'll get out of the house later today for a steak at my favorite greasy spoon.

    I missed their Saturday Prime Rib but their Monday Ribeyes will suffice.

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