Florida Orange Steak Tartare

Menu Part: 
Entree
Cuisine Type: 
American
Serves: 
4

Chilled, minced steak tenderloin tossed in an emulsion of Florida orange juice, soy, ketchup, and whole-grain and dry mustards creates a sweet and savory dish with indescribable appeal that customers are sure to celebrate.

Ingredients

1 cup Pommery® mustard*
1/2 cup Florida orange juice
2 tablespoons dry mustard
2 tablespoons sweet soy sauce
2 tablespoons ketchup
1 pound beef tenderloin, minced
3 tablespoons red onion, minced
2 tablespoons chives, minced
8 baguette toast points
Florida orange slices, if desired
Chives, chopped, if desired

*Pommery® mustard can be purchased at specialty supermarkets or online. Spicy whole grain mustard can be substituted for Pommery® mustard.

Steps

  1. Combine Pommery® mustard, orange juice and dry mustard; remove one-half of mixture and reserve.
  2. Add soy sauce and ketchup to remaining mustard mixture; stir to combine. Add beef tenderloin, red onion and chive to mustard mixture; mix gently to combine.
  3. Form Steak Tartare into 4 rounds. To serve, place Steak Tartare round on serving plate; add 2 baguette toast points and a dollop of reserved mustard mixture. Garnish with orange slices and chopped chives, if desired.

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