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February 05, 2015
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How to Make:
NY Strip Steak with Orange Honey Hash Butter
(It's easier than it sounds)
Looking for a gourmet meal infused with everyone's favorite herb? Well then you're in the right place! I can personally guarantee that this recipe is absolutely, mouth-wateringly, delicious; someone had to test it after we took the pictures!
We're releasing this right around Valentines Day, so we definitely suggest you consider it as a Valentines dinner for whoever you're spending it with. However, this recipe is so good it would be a shame not to make at other times! Perhaps you just bought a new piece, and you want to celebrate?
Please note that we don't go into detail on how to cook your steak. Here's a random guide we found on how to do if you're interested - it's pretty easy!
The Finished Product
What You Need:
(2) 12oz New York Strip Steak
1/8 Cup Butter - please note that while taking pictures, we accidentally used too much butter!
1 teaspoon orange zest
1 teaspoon honey
2 cloves garlic finely minced
1/2 teaspoon Salt
.5 grams Hash - for a quick guide on how to decarboxylate your kief and turn it into hash, click... here!
To make the butter:
1. Place butter in a food processor (or in a mixer or if soft enough mix in a bowl), add orange zest, minced garlic, shallots and salt. Pulse repeatedly until well incorporated and soft.
Before food processor
2. In a separate bowl, mix the hash and honey. Be careful not to let too much get stuck to the sides of the bowl!
Mixed hash and honey
3. Add the honey mixture to the butter mixture, and pulse until fully incorporated. Scrape the sides into between pulses.
Final butter mixture
4. To roll the butter, lay a large piece of plastic wrap onto the counter top. Scoop the butter mixture out of the bowl and place it onto the plastic wrap.
5. Roughly shape the butter into a log, and then wrap the plastic carefully around the log and roll it to seal.
6. Twist the plastic on each end in opposite directions, so the butter becomes slightly compressed.
7. Tie each end of the plastic wrap into a knot and place into the refrigerator until completely chilled
8. While the butter is chilling, it's time to start cooking your steak! As we said earlier, if you're looking for a guide to cook your steak, you can view one here. Once the steak is close to your choice of temperature (We recommend Medium Rare which is 130F-140F). add a slice of the butter so that it starts melting over the steak.
9. Once your steak is done, allow it to rest for 5 minutes. During that time, add another slice of the butter and allow it to melt.
That's it, you're done! No other toppings necessary, this butter is guaranteed to be delicious. You may have to add more of the butter as you eat the steak.