Place a table spoon of olive oil in an oven safe pan and add the steak. Season with salt and pepper then turn steak over and coat the other side in the oil and only salt. **always add pepper after you've completely finished cooking as pepper can burn and change the flavour of the steak.**
Cook the steak in the oven for 30 minutes.
Turn on the BBQ to a hot heat.
Prepare the salad.
Take out of the oven and rest the steak for 20 minutes.
Place the steak directly onto the BBQ and cook for 5 minutes, then turn over and cook the other side for 5 minutes.
3 cups of washed rocket.
200g danish fetta.
1 bunch of radishes, sliced.
2 oranges. (one cut into segments, the other zested and juiced for dressing)
3 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar.
1 teaspoon of brown sugar.
1/2 cup of olive oil.
Teaspoon of chilli flakes, fresh chilli or chilli oil to taste.
To make the orange vinaigrette; combine the juice of one orange and its zest, balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, olive oil and chilli.
Place rocket, orange segments and fetta in a bowl and dress with vinaigrette.
During winter, we're no doubt craving heart-warming comfort food, with pies definitely ticking all the boxes! This recipe is a weeknight favourite as it's all made in one cast iron pan, which results in an easy clean up. We've packed this pie full of veggies so you don't have to feel guilty about indulging mid-week and with a layer of puff pastry, you know you'll have the kids wanting more!
There's some days where we're happy to spend the entire day in the kitchen, cooking countless meals and then there's others where cooking one meal can seem too much of a chore. So with the days that you're feeling particularly energetic, it's important to cook recipes that will hold up well in the freezer so that you've always got a quick, nutritious and most importantly, tasty meal that can be ready in minutes. We've listed our favourites below.
There's something particularly meditative about sitting down and folding dumplings, which is exactly the type of past time that we're all currently looking for. The filling for these potstickers is very simple, including pork, cabbage and garlic chives. Getting the folding right can take some practise, but if you're struggling, just folding them into half moons will work well too!