School’s out. Holiday mode is on. What better way to celebrate than with three brand-new recipes that’ll have your taste buds dancing?
These Scotch fillet recipes are perfect for a chilled evening at home or for sharing with friends and family. You might just uncover a new favourite.
If you’re ready to step out of your comfort zone and try something new and delicious, order your grass-fed beef this week for delivery before Easter. Happy cooking.
Grilled Scotch Fillet with Smoky Eggplant Salad
When hunger comes knocking, give this delectable combination a try. Picture your plate now: succulent grilled steaks with a nourishing, smoky eggplant salad, all topped with the sweet crunch of fresh pomegranate seeds. Yum.
When choosing your Scotch fillet steaks, opt for grass-fed beef that has been ethically produced. Here’s why:
- Lower in fat: Grass-fed beef is generally lower in total fat than grain-fed beef and has a healthier balance of fatty acids.
- Higher in omega-3 fatty acids: Grass-fed beef is higher in omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for brain health, heart health, and reducing inflammation.
- Higher in conjugated linoleic acid (CLA): Grass-fed beef is also higher in CLA, a type of fat that has been linked to a variety of health benefits, including reduced inflammation, improved blood sugar control, and decreased body fat.
- Richer in antioxidants: Grass-fed beef contains more antioxidants than grain-fed beef, which can help protect your body against oxidative stress and cell damage.
- Ethical and sustainable: Choosing grass-fed beef that has been raised ethically and sustainably can help support small farmers, reduce the environmental impact of livestock production, and ensure that animals are treated humanely.
Once you’ve got your steaks, it’s time to get grilling! The smoky flavour of the eggplant salad perfectly complements the rich and juicy steak, making for a meal that’s both hearty and healthy. So, fire up the grill and get ready to enjoy a delicious and satisfying meal that’s good for you—and the planet.
Grilled Scotch Fillet With Smoky Eggplant Salad
- Preparation: 45 min
- Cooking: 15 min
- Ready in: 1 h
- Cut a few slits in the eggplant and place directly over a gas flame. Cook for 10 minutes, rotating every few minutes as the skin chars and the eggplant softens. Remove to a tray or board using tongs and slice in half lengthways. Scoop flesh into a sieve set over a bowl and allow to drain for 20-30 minutes.
- Brush steaks with oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Preheat a char grill or BBQ to very hot and cook steaks for 2-3 minutes per side for medium. Rest.
- Finely chop the eggplant until it becomes slightly mushy and then place in a bowl with balsamic and lemon juice and stir until combined. Gently fold through tomato, cucumber, parsley and half the pomegranate seeds. Season with salt and pepper. Serve with remaining pomegranate on top.
Scotch Fillet with White Bean Puree
Looking for a delicious and nutritious meal that’s easy to make? Try this recipe for Scotch Fillet with White Bean Puree. The creamy, hearty puree pairs delightfully with the steak, and thanks to the nutritional benefits of white beans, you can feel good about indulging.
White beans are a nutritional powerhouse packed with fibre, protein, vitamins, and minerals. They’re rich in folate, iron, and magnesium, which are crucial for maintaining good health.
To make the white bean puree, blend white beans with garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, and a few other staple ingredients. The result is a creamy, satisfying side that’s just as tasty slathered on a piece of toast as it is accompanying a steak.
Give this recipe for Scotch Fillet with White Bean Puree a try—it’s sure to become a new family favourite.
Scotch Fillet With White Bean Puree
- Preparation: 10 min
- Cooking: 10 min
- Ready in: 20 min
- In the bowl of a food processor combine cannellini beans, lemon juice, garlic, half the oil and 2 tbs water. Process until smooth. Transfer to a bowl, stir in the tarragon. Season.
- Brush the steak with remaining oil, season. Heat a barbecue or chargrill pan on medium high heat. Cook steak for 3-4 mins each side for medium rare or until cooked to you liking. Transfer to a clean plate. Cover loosely with foil and rest for 5 minutes. Thinly slice.
- To serve divide the bean mixture amongst plates, top with steak, beans extra tarragon and drizzle with a little extra virgin olive oil.
- Rump, porterhouse or eye fillet would also work in the recipe. Scotch fillet steak can also be known as boneless rib eye.
- Make sure all steaks are of the same thickness to ensure they cook evenly.
- Swap out cannellini beans for lentils. Use chives thyme or parsley instead of tarragon.
Matt Sinclair’s Scotch Fillet and Winter Salad
Though it may not be winter yet, the weather in many parts of Australia has already turned, making this dish the ideal choice for a cosy, warming meal.
This recipe features a flavourful winter salad made with various seasonal veg that is delicious and chock-full of nutrients. Cauliflower, for example, is rich in fibre and vitamins C and K; broccoli offers vitamins A, C, and K, plus an extra hit protein. Zucchini is low in calories but high in essential nutrients, while green beans are high in fibre and antioxidants.
What’s a hearty salad without a delicious and juicy steak? The Scotch fillet is cooked to perfection on the grill or stovetop and served alongside the dressed vegetables. It’s an excellent choice for a chilly evening at home or if you have friends and family coming over for a holiday celebration.
Matt Sinclair’s Scotch Fillet And Winter Salad
Impress with Matt’s tender scotch fillet with a warm spiced winter salad. That’s date night sorted, plus extras for lunch the next day.
- Preparation: 15 min
- Cooking: 30 min
- Ready in: 45 min
- 00 g (max.) Scotch fillet steaks
- 30 ml Extra-virgin olive oil
- 2 tsp Fennel seeds
- 2 tsp Ground cumin
- 1 tsp Chilli flakes
- 2 cloves Garlic (minced)
- 1 tbsp Salt
- 200 g Cauliflower florets
- 200 g Broccoli florets
- 200 g Zucchini (thick slices)
- 100 g Green beans
- 1 inch Batons
- 75 g Raisins
- 50 g Slivered almonds
- 2 tbsp Extra-virgin olive oil
- 2 tbsp Tahini
- 1 Lemon (juiceed and zested)
- 1 Lemon juice
- a pinch Salt
- ½ Red onion (thinly sliced)
- ¼ cup Parsley (chopped)
- Preheat oven to 230°C. Drizzle a little olive oil onto the steak and season both sides with salt. Set aside.
- Combine salad marinade in a large bowl and whisk together. Add all salad ingredients and massage with marinade so all ingredients are covered. Spread the prepared vegetables onto a large baking tray and place in the oven for 15-20 minutes to warm through.
- Meanwhile make salad dressing. Combine all ingredients into a small bowl and whisk until smooth. Adjust thickness of dressing with more lemon juice or even a splash of water depending on your taste. Should be consistency of pouring cream. Garnish salad with red onion and parsley.
- Cook the scotch fillet on a hot griddle pan or BBQ for approximately 4 minutes each side. The steak should be browned on the outside but with a soft, pink middle. Leave to rest for 3-5 minutes and serve with the warm salad.
- If you have any leftovers, Scotch Fillet is great sliced thinly and used in a stir-fry. The steak just needs to be gently warmed through so it’s still tender.
- When cooking steak on a BBQ the plate must be hot and the lid kept down. This helps the steak char and cook through at the same time creating a lovely caramelised surface and tender centre.
- Meat should always be cooked at room temperature to ensure it cooks evenly, so get into the habit of removing your steaks from the fridge about 20 minutes before cooking.
Get grass-fed beef delivered before Easter
Check out our grass-fed beef if you’re looking for high-quality meat to make any of these Scotch Fillet recipes. It’s not only delicious but also has a tonne of health benefits.
Better yet, we offer grass-fed beef delivered to your door. Just place your order this week to guarantee delivery before Easter. And for those who want to make family meals even easier, Provenir’s Family Range offers a variety of treats you can use to get dinner on the table fast.
Why not take advantage of the opportunity to try something new and delicious with grass-fed beef? And with the convenience of home delivery, there’s never been a better time to start cooking with this flavourful and nutritious ingredient.
Social media introduction: Looking for some new and exciting dinner ideas to try out this Easter holiday? Look no further! These delicious Scotch fillet recipes are perfect for a cosy night in or for sharing with friends and family. From smoky eggplant salad to white bean puree and winter salad, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.