Now this post may twist you up a bit…
You sitting down?
The steak is for Mrs Fitz and the vegetarian option is for moi.. Yup Mr Fitz can also eat vegetarian you know!
I know my pal the novice gardener will be taking a strong tea right now!
Hey it’s fiesta friday though.. So drop a little something extra into your tea..
First the spuds
Baked, pinged, grilled all at the same time on the fancy setting of the oven that I am never too sure how to actually use yet if you keep an eye on it happens quick!
The spuds were skewered and oiled prior to dusting in Mediterranean flower salt..
Cut in half scooped mashed with white pepper, Himalayan salt, butter and pimped mrs Middletons roscoff garlic oil.
Spooned back into the skins and popped back into the oven to get themselves together..
This was a childhood favourite if mine and makes for a simply wonderful dish.. Great on toast.. With rice, with a roti.. Or like now on double baked spuds..
A chopped shallot and a clove of garlic are fried off with garam masala ( see the name now!) tumeric, coriander, salt, Bristol blend pepper and maybe something else.. It’s up to you ..
When everything is toasted off in a little refined butter. Add the whole can if beans.. A smidge of ketchup to sweeten and let it simmer down..
This dish is a proper stand up and be counted number and it is also my first offering for fiesta friday.. First? Yeah you can keep on bringing . It’s nice to share..
Served atop the spuds with some wild chives. The flower on top as a smile and a nod to my good pal the novice gardener ..
Mrs Fitz’s steak?
A bone in sirloin..
One side dusted with Japanese seasoning the other with powdered veal jus . Seared in a hot pan ..
Served with petit pois, the double baked spuds and grated horse radish..
Happy fiesta friday twenty everybody..