Marinated Grilled Beef Bavette, Charred Greens and Lemon

Marinated Grilled Beef Bavette, Charred Greens and Lemon

Easy, delicious Moorish style barbeque. You can use any cut of beef for this recipe but we love the bavette’s texture and flavour. It’s economical too. Charring the greens adds a surprisingly delicious flavour.


Prep
2-3 hours
Cooking Time
30 mins
Difficulty
Easy
Serves
2
Marinated Grilled Beef Bavette, Charred Greens and Lemon
Marinated Grilled Beef Bavette, Charred Greens and Lemon

Ingredients

Beef and marinade

500g beef bavette

100ml grape or pomegranate molasses, or grape must

2 tsp cumin seeds

1 tsp chilli flakes

2 garlic cloves finely chopped

½ chilli finely chopped

100ml extra virgin olive oil

sea salt, black epper and extra virgin olive oil

 

Greens

2 handfuls seasonal greens- such as kale or chard

lemon for juice


Directions

Firstly place the bavette in a bowl, add all the marinade ingredients and season well. Leave to marinate for at least 2 hours or overnight.

Set a bbq to maximum heat for direct cooking, alternatively set a griddle up on high heat.

Drain the beef marinade and then cook the beef directly on the grill- 4 minutes each side for medium, an extra couple of minutes for medium well. rest for 5 minutes and retain the juices.

Season the greens, drizzle with oil and throw onto the bbq or griddle. Cook quickly until they wilt and lightly char. Remove to a bowl and squeeze over a little lemon juice.

Serve the bavette, sliced with the greens and the resting juices poured over.

Serve with some crispy oven roasted new potatoes with olive oil and vinegar.


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