Tender juicy fillet mignon paired with Spanish style romesco sauce, served with a simple side salad for an elegant plate.
This is an incredibly simple recipe that will impress anyone you served this to. I cooked my steak in a cast iron grilling pan, simply sear both sides for about 2 minutes than transfer to the oven to finish off.
This recipe is spectacular for any occasion! This was the first time I served my husband steak with romesco sauce, he ate it so fast that he looked around for seconds and asked if we could have dinner the following night with some more romesco sauce!
This sauce is a serious crowd pleaser! It takes less than 5 minutes to make and makes more than enough to keep for leftovers. Romesco is a Spanish style sauce made from roasted red peppers, tomatoes and almonds. Its simple to make and low-calorie!
Romesco pairs great with steak, seafood, shellfish, vegetables and eggs. To save time use a store bought jar of roasted red peppers and even make this a day in advance, the flavours will only improve. You’ll wonder what you ever did without romesco and find yourself dumping it on everything, its just that good.
I decided to pair this dish with a simple elegant side salad to elevate my plate. Feel free to substitute the salad for some leftover veggies in the fridge like roasted asparagus, roasted brussels sprouts or even roasted carrots, these will all pair nicely with the romesco sauce.
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