minute steak


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min·ute steak

 (mĭn′ĭt)
n.
A small thin steak, often scored or cubed, that can be cooked quickly.

minute steak

(ˈmɪnɪt)
n
(Cookery) a small thinly-cut piece of steak that can be cooked quickly

min′ute steak`

(ˈmɪn ɪt)
n.
a thin slice of beefsteak, usu. sautéed briefly on each side.
[1930–35]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.minute steak - a thin steak that can be cooked quicklyminute steak - a thin steak that can be cooked quickly
beefsteak - a beef steak usually cooked by broiling
Translations

minute steak

nMinutensteak nt

minute steak

[ˈmɪnɪtˌsteɪk] nfettina (di carne), paillard f inv
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My partner opted for minute steak (PS15) from Rob Rattray's butcher's which is quite literally a stone's throw away.
Fair play, his minute steak was nearly the size of his plate - although those types of steaks are a bit thinner than normal.
The quality of Di Sopra gave me the confidence to have something you can't always be sure about at some places - the minute steak Diana (PS14.
As Group Marketing Director at digital marketing agency STEAK, Dove was responsible for the delivery of sales and marketing strategies for Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific and sister agency Minute Steak.
A You could use something like minute steak but I'd recommend sirloin, battered out a little with a rolling pin to thin it out slightly, then fried quickly or chargrilled.
At the Great Taste Awards, London, Ifor's Welsh Wagyu won golds for rib-eye steak and minute steak.
There is also the garden sandwich, a wholewheat wrap, grilled salmon and fillet mignon minute steak.
Mains include griddled minute steak, with sauce bearnaise, served with chips and a herb salad, or breast of chicken with pepperonata served with radicchio.
Among the items on the austerity-style menu are thick oxtail soup, macaroni cheese or minute steak followed by rice pudding or apricot flan.
To return to my daughter and Vincennes, while British tracks have the occasional fryer of tasteless doughnuts, called 'do'nuts' (the more you buy, the cheaper they become) and odorous hamburgers and onions, the French have real on-course cooks who make excellent fish soups, prepare minute steak sandwiches and glaze creme caramels.
That's why I love the minute steak, or the foolproof steak as I like to call it, a nice thin steak cut from the sirloin.