Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 8 minutes
Price: $7.00 per serving
Difficulty: Easy (1 Pan dish)
Ingredients, all organic:
- 1 Tenderloin
- 10 Mushrooms, sliced
- 1 Cup of Chestnuts
- 1 Pat of butter
- 1/2 Red onion, sliced in ½ rings
- 1 Teaspoon of rosemary
- 1 Cup of baby leaf spinach
- 1 Teaspoon of chopped garlic
- 2 Tablespoons of Teriyaki sauce
- 1 Teaspoon of Moringa powder
- Wooden spoon
- 1 Hot Plate
- Grill pan
- Kitchen Brush
- Cutting board and knife
- Salad plates for serving
- Turn on the hot plate to a maximum temperature, place the pan on it and add 1 pat of butter.
- Wait until the pan gets really hot and the butter melts.
- Place the steak in the pan along with the mushrooms, roasted chestnuts, baby leaf spinach, 10 sliced mushrooms and the onion rings.
- Marinate the steak with chopped garlic, making sure you rub it on both sides. Use some of the chopped garlic for the spinach and mushrooms if you like.
- Sprinkle 1 teaspoon of rosemary on each side of your steak.
- Sprinkle 2 tablespoons of Teriyaki in the pan so that all flavors mix
- Cook this on a high temperature.
- The spinach will be done in 3 min so remove it from the pan and leave the veggies and steak to cook longer.
- Depending on how you like your steak, you leave it to cook shorter or longer. With 4-5 min on each side you will have a lovely medium done steak.
- You can leave all veggies in the pan with the steak to cook until it’s all done.
- Start your presentation with the veggies, leaving your steak to rest in the pan.
- In the middle of the plate start with your spinach and place the mushrooms with onions around and on top and then place the steak on top with the chestnuts around it.
Chestnuts have a generous blend of B vitamins in moderately high amounts. A 3-ounce serving contains 21 percent of the recommended daily value of B-6, 15 percent of folate, 14 percent of thiamine and 9 percent of riboflavin.
Spinachcontains several other vitamins and minerals like potassium, magnesium and vitamins B6, B9 and E. Spinach is an extremely nutrient-rich vegetable. It contains high amounts of carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, iron and calcium.
Mushrooms are rich in B vitamins such as riboflavin (B2), folate (B9), thiamine (B1), pantothenic acid (B5) and niacin B3). The B vitamins help the body to get energy from food and they help form red blood cells. A number of B vitamins also appear to be important for a healthy brain.
Bon Apetito, From Peggy with LOVE!