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- Where's the beef?
- [Crew] Trimming, clip one, action.
- So beef tartare to me is one of the most classic
special dishes out there.
What I have here is what I like to call antique beef,
which is dairy cattle.
Now these animals are doted over, taken care of,
and it really creates a beautiful quality meat.
So what I have here is top sirloin
from a 28-day dry aged piece of antique beef.
When I look at it, I flip it over,
you can see the dry age on it.
It's got a nice sheen, it's been aged properly.
The fat is really quite lovely.
I'm looking for light marbling.
So what I'm gonna do here is take this knife
and I do this rub.
Now this is taking off all the fat that's on the meat
from the cutting.
So now you've got this nice clean, see that's all just fat.
This is a bone here, so I'm gonna remove it.
I've got a nice nublet right here, okay?
I'm gonna take my knife and I'm gonna skim the top here
'cause I just want to get this oxidized section off.
That's the external area that's exposed
when we're dry aging.
Now I'm gonna start taking off the fat.
So meat and muscles change, they go in different directions.
So I have to open this up a little bit and I can see
that the silver skin, I missed the silver skin here.
I don't wanna eat silver skin, it's tough.
I prefer ground tartare, some people like diced.
To me ground has a better mouth feel.
To make sure that the meat is ground properly
first thing we need to do is make sure
that we've put our grinder in the freezer.
Right out of the freezer, cold grinder attachment.
So start by putting this in.
It has to be cold because if it's not
what little marbling's left in there will create a schmear.
In with the auger and it's frozen,
I can see my fingerprints when I touch it.
That's what I want, I don't want meat to get hot
when I'm serving it raw.
You get it hot when you're serving it cooked.
Large die because I want the texture of the meat.
Now I'm gonna take it down into
a little bit of smaller piece.
I'm gonna go lengthwise, I really love the color.
Let's think about grinding.
We take plastic wrap and you put it here.
And now I created a safety zone for the meat to grind,
cascade down into the ice-cold bowl.
Grinding you need to go on one.
It's just like climbing a really steep hill
in a vehicle.
You start on one, nice and slow, two max.
The higher you go in number, so if you go to 10,
you're gonna basically schmear that meat.
It's gonna get really hot, we're not looking for that.
So I'm gonna slowly feed it in.
So nice long, thin strips, look at that.
Don't overdo it, don't overstuff it, take your time.
See how nice and smooth that is?
Grinds really easy.
So this is part of the trick,
so I'm gonna take my and I use the same plastic wrap
to keep it from the oxygen getting to it
while I'm finishing my mise en place.
So what I do need to do quickly is dice my shallot.
Nice fine dice, don't dice your shallots too far in advance.
They get really hot on the palate,
they get can be really acrid.
With tartare to me, I think two pieces of bread
because you can make a tartare sandwich, two.
Okay, I got the grill going behind me.
I love that sound, oh it's the sizzle.
Look at that, while the bread's warm
I rub the bread with lemon.
It picks up all the oils off the skin of the lemon.
Why did I grill my bread early?
I don't want hot bread with cold food, okay?
Now I have my tartare, so we know that it's cold
because it's been on ice.
I keep using this piece of plastic wrap.
Now I've folded on itself now it goes down
on the counter so the bowl's not gonna move
when I mix everything.
In here we're gonna do our shallots.
Capers nonpareil, that means they're brined,
I like them whole and chives don't be afraid,
chives are your friend.
So with the meat now,
it's all about folding in the ingredients.
You're not making meatloaf here, you're making a tartare.
So I want everything to be visual.
Lemon zest, coarse pepper, smoked salt really key.
So this is cherry wood, I love tricking your palate
making you think you're getting something that's cooked
that's not so grilled bread, that char that earthiness.
Now we're getting smoked salt.
Smoked salt again telling your palate
hey this guy cooked this beef.
Now I have Aleppo chili, it's not spicy.
Now goes the oil.
If you add your olive oil too early,
extra virgin olive oil has natural acids in it,
it will cook the meat.
So I'm coating the meat lightly.
Adding a little bit of acid now.
I don't want a lot, just a little bit.
Okay, so ring mold, it makes it a lot easier
for the plate up.
It also makes it a little bit prettier.
One of the key parts of building this tartare
is making sure you don't over-compress the meat
into the ring mold.
So what I'm gonna do is make a divet in here
with the back of my spoon.
It's going to be for my egg, okay?
Pinching Aleppo on top of that yolk, pinch of pepper,
a bit of that smoked salt again, there we go.
This is the best part, alfalfa sprouts.
So now we've got some other sprouts going on here.
Onion flowers or chive flowers, lemon zest just a little bit
horseradish not a lot.
That's antique beef tartare, sprouts
and an egg yolk with a bit of horseradish.
Get a fork, mix it all together,
put it in between that bread make a sandwich.
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Celebrity Chefs Recipes: Beef Tartare

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致平馬 2020 年 4 月 13 日 に公開
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