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Mustard Beef Potato Bites

A side with a punch of crunch and flavour

Makes - 16

Serves

10 mins

Prep Time

2 hrs

Cook Time

Beef + Lamb New Zealand

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Beef + Lamb New Zealand

Did someone say elegant beef fillet on dauphinoise potatoes? Yes - we just did. This dish marries flavours with creamy, layered textures. Perfect for a special dinner, it's a testament to refined culinary craftsmanship, promising a memorable mouthful.

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Ingredients

mustard beef bites

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300g steak Quality Mark beef eye fillet

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500g Agria potatoes

scrubbed

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½ tsp salt

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4 garlic cloves

crushed

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200ml chicken stock

or cream

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1 tsp each salt and pepper

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1 Tbsp chopped fresh thyme

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¼ cup grated Parmesan cheese

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1 tsp oil

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1 Tbsp Dijon mustard

to serve

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1 Tbsp horseradish

cream

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fresh thyme leaves

to decorate

Method

for beef bites

to serve

1

Preheat the oven to 170C.

2

Line a 20 x 20cm oven dish with paper.

3

Slice the potatoes thinly and layer them in the baking dish. Add the salt and pepper as you go. Top with the garlic.

4

Warm the stock and thyme in a small pot and pour over the potatoes. Cover with tinfoil and place into the oven for 1 ½ hours or until a knife will insert very easily.

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5

Take the cover off and sprinkle with parmesan. Return to the oven for 20 minutes until golden. Remove and cool completely.

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6

For the fillet, rub with oil and mustard. Heat a frying pan to a high heat and brown the fillet on all sides. Place into the hot oven for 15 minutes or until done to your liking.

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7

Remove and let it rest for 10 minutes.

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Nutrition Information per Serving (69g)

Percentage daily intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ (2100 kilocalories).

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Energy

260 kJ (62 kcal)

Protein

5.6g

Total Fat

2.3g

Saturated Fat

0.9g

Carbs

4.3g

Sugars

0.2g

Sodium

253mg

Iron*

1.4mg

* Percentage of recommended daily intake (Aust/NZ)