This week’s steak was inspired by Jamie Oliver’s recipe for the “perfect steak.” And it was good but takes much longer. However, this technique did produce a more caramelized, sweet, crunchy top layer on the steak which I liked. It’s the pepper I think. Burnt pepper. Mmmm.
I like Jamie Oliver’s food, but his manner on television kind of gets under my skin. Not exactly sure why, but it does. I think he talks an awful lot with his hands and I guess I find that distracting and mildly annoying.
Anyway, the steak was good. Had a much more traditional flavor, and was a bit more cooked than the Heston one, and I liked that. Though, it wasn’t as memorable.
Here’s the video showing how it’s done…