Make a Canadian Meal
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Broiled Beef Bavette Marinated in Canadian Beer**
|Canadian stout beer||½ cup||125 ml|
|Canadian pilsner beer||½ cup||125 ml|
|Onion, finely chopped||2/3cup||100 g||150 ml|
|Garlic, diced||1 clove|
|Tamarind paste||2 tablespoons||40 g||30 ml|
|Ginger, grated||1 tablespoon||20g||15 ml|
|Soya sauce||2 tablespoons||30 ml|
|Vegetable oil||1 tablespoon||15 ml|
|Maple syrup||2 tablespoons||30 ml|
|Cane sugar||2 tablespoons||30 g|
|Salt and Cayenne pepper||to taste|
|Beef bavette||1.25 lb.||600 g|
In a small saucepan, reduce the two beers by half. Before removing from the heat, add half of the onions, garlic, tamarind, ginger, soya sauce, and maple syrup. Return to boil for 3 to 4 minutes. Turn off heat and add the vegetable oil and a pinch of Cayenne. Once cooled, place the meat in the marinade and turn it frequently for 6 hours (less for finer cuts).
Remove the meat from the marinade and dry on paper towel. Salt the meat. In a deep frying pan, sear meat in hot cooking oil. Turn once and cook to desired consistency. Once cooked, place meat on a warm plate and leave for 5 minutes. Remove fat from the frying pan. Add the other half of the onion and sweat. Sprinkle the onions with cane sugar and cook for 1 minute. Add the marinade to the frying pan and bring to boil with the onions and sugar, scraping the bottom of the pan with a wooden spoon.
Cut meat into strips and fan out on a plate. Cover with the marinade sauce.
Makes 4 servings