Beef flank with fresh thyme, rosted garlic sauce, arugula salad and parmesan dressing

Mains, Beef

Pan seared beef flank served with red wine reduction flavored with roasted garlic and a small arugula salad dressed with Parmigiano Reggiano dressing.


Recipe for 4 persons

For the beef flank

4 Unit(s)
Beef flank steak
2 Sprig(s)
0.50 Unit(s)
Head of garlic
180 Ml
Red wine
50 Gr

For the arugula salad

4 Handful(s)
Arugula salad
2 Unit(s)
2 Unit(s)
Italian tomatoes
30 Gr
Parmigiano reggiano
30 Ml
White balsamic vinegar
1 Unit(s)
5 Ml
Dijon mustard
45 Ml
Vegetable oil
  • Vegetable oil
  • Salt and pepper
Beef flank with fresh thyme, rosted garlic sauce, arugula salad and parmesan dressing

Preparation time: 30 min

  • General preparations

    Cut tomatoes in quarters, finely mince the shallot. Cut off the top of the garlic head, drizzle with olive oil and wrap in aluminum. Cook in the oven for 25 minutes or until the pulp is golden.

  • For the beef flank

    Using a paring knife, make little incisions in your meat and insert small pieces of thyme and season with salt and pepper. Heat a non-stick pan, drizzle a little bit of vegetable oil and sear the beef flanks on both sides. Place your meat on a baking tray and finish cooking in the oven for 8 à 10 minutes, remove from the oven and rest 5 minutes. Sweat half the shallots in the same pan. Deglaze your pan with red wine and reduce half of the liquid. Add in the roasted garlic pulp, add a the butter, remove from the heat and mix well.

  • For the parmesan dressing

    In a bowl, put the mustard and the egg yolk, wisk it by adding the vegetable oil gently, until you get a nice mayo, finish with salt and pepper. In a bowl, place the leftover minced shallot, mayonnaise, vinegar and parmesan. Mix well. Mix the arugula and the tomatoes with the dressing at the last moment.

  • For the platting
    Place the arugula in a small bowl and serve on a plate with the beef flank drizzled with the roasted garlic sauce.

You can finish cooking the beef flanks in the pan over medium-low heat when you have small amounts. When entertaining many guests, finishing to cook your meat in the oven allows you to serve all the guests at the same time if you have only one pan.

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