Beef Fillet, Porcini Powder, Sage & Butter

Angus cattle have the natural ability to produce high quality marbled beef which gives the beef its great taste because of tiny white flecks of intra-muscular marbling found inside the meat. Most other breeds produce external fat around and outside the muscle.

With Angus steak the marbling disappears during the cooking process, leaving the meat deliciously moist and tender. The meat is matured for 21 days for optimal tenderness.

Beef Fillet


Beef Fillet (Black Or Red Angus, 36 Day Aged) – 300 grams
Dried Porcini Mushroom Powder – 25 grams
Chopped Italian Parsley – 5 grams
Sage Leaves – 10 grams
Butter – 15 grams
Cloves Of Peeled Garlic – 3
Maldon Sea Salt
White Pepper
Black Pepper


Cooking the steak

Using a hot black skillet – add the olive oil, once hot, add the beef fillet and cook on each side for 4/5 min or until golden-brown all over.  Add the sea salt and white pepper, add the garlic, butter and sage. Using a spoon add the melted butter over the beef picking up the garlic and sage and spoon hot butter over the meat. Cook and baste the butter for up to 5 minutes or until the meat is perfectly medium-rare, add a few grinds black pepper and chopped sage.

Porcini Powder


Dried Porcini Mushrooms – 100 grams
Dried Morels – 25 grams
Truffle Shavings – 10 grams
Aged Parmesan – 5 grams


  1. Using a coffee grinder add the mushrooms, grated Parmesan and grind to a fine powder.
  2. Put the powder into a closed airtight jar with lid and store for 24 hours in a dry place.

Anthonij Rupert 2014

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