How to Make Bavette Steak at Home

Bavette Steak

I was introduced to Bavette Steak at one of my business lunch. It tasted delicious. I asked one of my business partners and he told me that Bavette steaks were certainly not quite popular because of the availability of the meat counters of supermarkets. But now it has again hit the markets for local meat sources are quite healthy and are gaining popularity. I learnt more about this mouth-watering Bavette Steak Recipe. Later, I was even successful at preparing it at my home, it was incredible.

Let me tell you something about bavette steaks.

Bavette steak is a French name for the flank steak of a cow. This cut has rich and deep flavours. It is often referred to as the ‘butcher’s cut’. Intermuscular fat has a high degree of fineness. Bavette steak looks wonderful as a centrepiece of a heavy meal. It has an incredible taste.

Now, let us check out the Bavette Steak Recipe.

Ingredients required for Bavette Steak Recipe

IngredientsAmount
Bavette Steak1 1/2 – 2 lbs
Tallow2 tbsp
Butter 1 tbsp
Black Pepper 1 tsp
Sea Salt1 tsp

How much time will it take ?

Preparation timeCooking timeTotal time
15 minutes15 minutes30 minutes

Note- Use coarse ground black pepper and unrefined sea salt for seasoning.

Bavette Steak Recipe

Bavette Steak Recipe
  1. Firstly for creating a crust, season the meat with coarse ground black pepper and sea salt. Make sure steak is brought to room temperature and use a paper towel to dry it before making it.
  2. Preheat a skillet or griddle over medium-high heat. Put tallow and butter into the skillet to combine them. Tallow would prevent the butter from burning.
  3. When this combination gets mixed properly, it will begin smoking.
  4. At this instant, put either side of bavette steak in the pan and let it cook for 3-7 minutes.
  5. Now put the cooked steak out of the pan. Leave it undisturbed before carving.

Nutritional Information of Bavette Steak Recipe

Calories163
Total fats7 g
Saturated fat2.9 g
Cholesterol67 mg
Sodium48 mg
Potassium288 mg
Proteins24 g

How to Make Bavette Steak at Home | Video

Video by Donald Russel

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