Easy said and done…so while the temperature of the furnace would rise I just wanted to do very few things. First things first: enjoying a cold beer, second: preparing a tasty dip, in this case a homemade ginger mayonnaise and third: fixing a spicy rhubarb & tomato salsa. The important thing for me was that everything would be done by the time the beef went on the fire. As my idea was a beef tataki, the meat would just be barbecued very hot from both sides and then cut in thin slices. Even writing makes me hungry again, having the beautiful taste still in mind. What will be cooked on your fire next?
Enjoy this great summer dish and have a taste of New Zealand.