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steak tartare

n.
Raw finely chopped or ground beef served with onion, seasonings, and raw egg. Also called tartare steak.

[steak + French tartare, Tartar.]

steak tartare

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steak tartar

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(Cookery) raw minced steak, mixed with onion, seasonings, and raw egg. Also called: tartare steak or tartar steak

steak′ tar•tare′

(tɑrˈtɑr)
n.
ground beefsteak served uncooked, often mixed with a raw egg, onions, and seasonings and garnished with capers.
[1950–55]
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Noun1.steak tartare - ground beef mixed with raw egg and e.g. onions and capers and anchoviessteak tartare - ground beef mixed with raw egg and e.g. onions and capers and anchovies; eaten raw
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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We sampled a bunch of sharing dishes, including a plate of Toast Canibal, a steak tartar made with raw minced Angus beef with pickles on a crispy baguette.
Vegetariano durante 25 anos, puede tomar un steak tartar (carne picada cruda y sazonada), una vez a la semana <<porque la carne tiene vitamina B12>>.
They could have offered home made terrines, steak tartar and bifteck hache and hand made pastries, but none were to be found.
One of the stars of the show will be the Steak Tartar which even Executive Chef Alfred ZuberbE-hler admits should only be ordered if you trust the kitchen team and your dining destination.
Starters shortly follow, and with options including Alaskan crab cake, Atlantic smoked salmon, steak tartar, fresh burrata with tomato and more, you're spoilt for choice.
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It's fruit-driven, with the enticing dried herbs and spice that s indicative of the region, and works with cassoulet or steak tartar, Knoefler says.
Meanwhile there are horror tales from a fried chicken takeaway in Coventry where food inspector Jen discovers rat droppings and a leaky toilet and in Oxfordshire a pub's head chef is given a rap on the knuckles (and a hygiene rating of one out of five) for failing to prepare his steak tartar, raw oysters and chicken liver pate safely.
Meanwhile there are horror tales from a fried chicken takeaway d a leaky toilet and in Oxfordshire a pub's head chef is given a rap on the knuckles (and a hygiene rating of one out of five) for failing to prepare his steak tartar, raw oysters and chicken liver pate safely.
The menu is varied but don't miss the steak tartar.