Rump Steak with wholegrain mustard dauphinoise, onion thyme puree and bourguignon sauce. Rump steaks are a tough meat and will require slow cooking (braising). You may wish transfer the ingredients to a crock-pot for this process. Whisk in the butter and creme fraiche or sour cream to finish the sauce, and spoon sauce over the steaks.
Serve with golden brown chips for an indulgent dinner for two. Heat a non-stick heavy-based frying pan over a very high heat. Drizzle in the oil, then add the butter, garlic and steaks, nestling the herbs around them. You can cook Rump Steak with wholegrain mustard dauphinoise, onion thyme puree and bourguignon sauce using 22 ingredients and 25 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Rump Steak with wholegrain mustard dauphinoise, onion thyme puree and bourguignon sauce
- You need 1 bunch of fresh thyme.
- It’s 3 of white onions.
- You need 1 of rump steak.
- You need 10 of shallots.
- Prepare 150 grams of smoked bacon lardons.
- It’s 150 grams of button mushrooms.
- Prepare 3 clove of garlic.
- You need 1 of bay leaf.
- You need 150 grams of carrots.
- You need 50 grams of celery.
- You need 500 ml of french red wine.
- Prepare 500 ml of chicken stock.
- Prepare 50 ml of brandy.
- It’s 1 bunch of bouquet garni.
- You need 1 tsp of dijon mustard.
- It’s 2 tsp of wholegrain mustard.
- You need 500 grams of large potatoes.
- Prepare 200 grams of cheddar cheese.
- You need 400 ml of double cream.
- You need 100 ml of whole milk.
- Prepare 50 grams of butter.
- It’s 50 grams of corn flour.
How to Make Rump Steak with Mushroom Sauce. Method: Commence cooking baby potatoes to your liking. If using a microwaveable bag of potatoes Serve steaks topped with mushroom sauce, baby potatoes sprinkled with parsley and baby rocket on the side. Tip: You can prepare your mushroom.
Rump Steak with wholegrain mustard dauphinoise, onion thyme puree and bourguignon sauce step by step
- preheat oven to 180°F.
- slice the potatoes thinly on a mandolin if you have one.
- parboil the sliced potatoes for 5 minutes.
- simmer 300ml of the double cream with the milk and add 2 chopped cloves of garlic and the wholegrain mustard.
- season the cream to taste and remove from the heat. add half the cheese and some thyme.
- layer the potatoes in a deep baking tray with some of the cheese between each layer and finally use the remaining cheese to top the potatoes..
- put the potatoes in the oven for 40 minutes being careful not to burn the top.
- finely chop one of the onions along with the celery..
- chop 2 cloves of garlic and thinly slice the carrot slightly on an angle.
- peel the shallots and clean the mushrooms.
- In a heavy pan fry the lardons until browned and crispy, add the chopped vegetables, garlic, thyme and dijon mustard.
- fry for ten minutes then add the stock, wine and bouquet garni.
- reduce the sauce by half on a simmer for at least half an hour.
- chop the remaining onions and fry with some thyme in butter for half an hour being careful not to brown.
- after half an hour add 100 ml of the remaining cream to the onions then blitz to a fine puree with a hand blender or food processor.
- season the steak liberally with salt and black pepper.
- mix the cornflour in a little cold water until it dissolves then add to the wine and stock.
- fry the steak on a heavy griddle or pan for five minutes on each side in some butter and olive oil.
- leave to rest for at least five minutes.
- add the resting juices to the stock and wine.
- time to plate up.
- put a thick line of the onion puree on a white plate.
- using a round pastry cutter put a round of the potato at the end of the line of the onion puree.
- liberally drizzle the sauce around the puree with plenty of lardons, mushrooms and carrots.
- put the steak alongside the puree and enjoy.
This fabulously simple way to prepare steak makes for a delicious meal for all beef – and onion – lovers! It goes well with creamy mashed potatoes and a green salad. Cut into the fatty edge of the rump steaks several times and dip in flour. James Martin's recipe for rump steak is perfect for any special occasion, such as a Valentine's Day meal or date night. Spoon the sauce over the steaks on the plates.