How to Make Steak Tartare with Three-Michelin-Star Chef Enrico Bartolini

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Learn how to make a delicious steak tartare with the three-Michelin-starred chef Enrico Bartolini. Get the expert tips, tricks and techniques from chef Bartolini as he cooks this tasty dish in his kitchen, using fresh herbs and ingredients.

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For decorating the steak tartare, you will need: nasturtium, wood sorrel, lion’s tooth (aka dandelion) and red butterfly.

For making the steak tartare, you will need 400 g of beef stock (concentrated with vegetables, mushroom, parmesan cheese and water), 10 gelatine sheets (for the disk), beef fillet (Bartolini uses a 4 years old beef fillet from Piedmont), celery, taggiasche olives, 300 g of orange and lemon juice, nori, soy sauce, salt and vinegar.

The dressing sauce is prepared with red wine vinegar, 130 g honey and 100 g of dijon mustard and caviar.

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