Coffee Infused Steak Recipe

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Time: 20 minutes



  1. coffee
  2. paprika
  3. cayenne pepper
  4. salt
  5. olive oil
  6. rib eye steak
  7. garlic clove
  8. butter
  9. fresh thyme sprigs
  10. pepper
  11. brussels sprouts
  12. sweet potatoes


  1. preheat oven to 390 degrees f
  2. spread out brussel sprouts onto a baking tray , do the same for the sweet potatoes
  3. drizzle each with 2 tbsp of olive oil and season with salt and pepper
  4. roast for 15-25 minutes or until golden
  5. 20 minutes prior to cooking bring your steak out of the fridge and cover all over with the coffee rub
  6. season both sides with salt and allow to come to room temperature
  7. add 2 tbsp oil to a searing hot pan and add your steak , it will be a seriously winning sizzle
  8. cook steak on each side for 45 seconds , add in your butter , garlic and thyme then turn every 15 seconds for a further 3-4 minutes basting the butter over the steak
  9. if pan is oven proof pop in the oven , or transfer to a roasting tray , and cook for 5 minutes
  10. remove from the oven and allow to rest for 6-8 minutes before slicing
  11. serve with your favorite sides (mine are sweet potato fries and roasted balsamic
  12. brussels sprouts)

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