Irish Beef Encounters: Street Food Series
Introducing Irish Beef Encounters: Street Food Series
Throughout 2017, Irish Beef are looking to elicit new encounters and experiences that celebrate and demonstrate the diversity of beef.
What better way to do this than hit the streets, and scour the country’s best street food markets. Bringing quality dishes to food lovers at affordable prices, and creating thriving environments where sustainable produce is prized and culinary creativity reigns. There’s nowhere better to go in search of a new epicurean experience, or more likely to elicit a beef encounter.
In the third installment of our Street Food Series, Maria from Southeast Asian kitchen Makatcha talks us through the recipe for her incredibly popular, superbly fragrant, Irish beef rendang.
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Create this fragrant Indonesian dish at home using a recipe inspired by Maria’s own.
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In the second edition of our street food series, we caught up with STAKEhaus, purveyors of arguably the best steak and chips in London. We watch owner Lily serving up beautiful Irish bavette steak to her hungry customers, and she tells us what makes their beef the best in the business.
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“On the stall here we use Irish beef, and we use a bavette cut. Now, this is a slightly cheaper cut of beef but it’s absolutely delicious. The Irish beef is grass-fed, so when we put it on the grill, all that flavour comes out. So we literally just oil it, loads of salt and pepper, and it is absolutely spot on served medium rare.”
The steak and chips gospel according to STAKEhaus. Get their classic recipe here.
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With a sweet brioche bun, rich beef bourguignon and decadent melted cheese, this burger has often been described as the best in London. If Jeanne and Bruna inspired you to create your own, discover the beef bourguignon recipe for yourself!