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Attack Frying/braising steak

#1
Hello again! I bought some steak in tesco yesterday that was on offer, but it looks like frying steak (label just says "tesco steak !!). I would like to cook it with some flavour... can you use any stock at all ? (was thinking stick it in the oven with some mustard and some kind of stock and let it braise maybe?) Any ideas gratefully received !!!
 
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m-mouse

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#2
You might get more responses putting these in the main part of the forum rather than the recipe section.

You could braise your steak. Stock is a funny one - it is meant to be low fat low salt cubes but they are nigh on impossible to find in the uk.
 

dukandebut

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#3
You're meant to use low-fat stock cubes, but I've never been able to find any yet! Some Dukaners marinate meat in yoghurt and spices. You could add a little water instead of stock also.

Are you in Attack or Cruise?
 
#4
Hi. I'm on attack at the moment. My daughter lives in Germany...wonder if she can get salt free stock cubes ? ! For today have put the steak in the oven in foil and smeared it with some Dijon mustard and black pepper and a little water...will see what happens !
 

m-mouse

Not very good at this!
S: 15st8lb C: 10st12lb G: 11st4lb BMI: 25.3 Loss: 4st10lb(30.28%)
#5
I have been using a little (a fraction of a tspn) miso for stock - but not sure how allowed this is. I have only been using it because I read on the official site that miso soup was acceptable in pv and pp.
 

Brightnatty

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#6
might try the steak with mustard tonight!
 

Atropos

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#7
The Knorr Vegetable stockpots (little pots of gellied stock) are supposed to be much lower in fat than traditional stock cubes; I'll check the label when I go shopping and report back!
 


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