Balsamic steak with tomato relish

Some meals are just so delightful that they don’t deserve to be placed in the archives to be blogged about another day. IMG_1993 Nay, they require immediately blogging praise, while the memory is still fresh in mind, and on the palate. This simple yet delicious balsamic steak that we cooked last night is one such meal. Courtesy of the latest edition of the Healthy Food Guide magazine. IMG_2002 From the melt-in-your-mouth tender fillet steak (from our new butcher *love*), that was marinated in a mixture of balsamic vinegar, garlic and whole grain mustard. To the creamy potato mash, jazzed up with crème fraiche and seeded mustard. IMG_1997 But the real star of the dish was the rather wonderful ‘relish’, made simply by baking halved mini roma tomatoes, then combining them with a mixture of balsamic vinegar, parsley and flaked almonds (I was out of pine nuts). IMG_2003 Beautiful flavours. Beautiful meal. And one I will be making again – that’s for sure! What about you? Ever made your own ‘relish’?

5 thoughts on “Balsamic steak with tomato relish

  1. This looks delicious!
    The relish looks great, but my mouth is watering at the thought of the steak…iron deficient maybe? 😉
    Thanks for sharing!

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