It’s a BBQ afternoon!

steakIt’s a beautiful afternoon here in South Wales, and the BBQ is looking like a tempting option. I am a firm believer in keeping it simple when it comes to barbies, so I thought I would share with you this recipe for a ribeye steak and Caprese salad. I just adore the blend of flavours in the Caprese but I was interested to note that the original version doesn’t use basil! Anyway… enjoy!

“I don’t know about you guys, but after our longer-than-expected winter I’ve been in on a month-long grilling bender. And though I love to come up with tasty marinades for my grilling adventures (Exhibit A: Izgara Bonfile), sometimes I just want a tasty creation that’s also quick to make. The solution is pretty easy, really: you just throw a salsa on top of an otherwise basic grilled steak!

This salsa is inspired by Insalata Caprese, a fresh salad originating from the island of Capri in the early 20th century. It’s traditionally made with tomatoes, fresh mozzarella cheese, oregano, and arugula, but over time most people have substituted the oregano and arugula with fresh basil. We Americans are even weirder in that we also like to add balsamic vinegar as well. For my salsa I decided to keep a little balsamic vinegar and also add a bit of lemon juice to provide some acidity and sourness without an overpowering vinegar taste.”

via Ribeye Steak with Caprese Salsa | The Domestic Man.

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