Tagliata Salad

October 02, 2020 / by Junko


Tagliata, from the Italian “tagliare” means “to cut”, is the signature dish of Firenze and refers to the Italian custom of serving steak sliced.
Shihomi used lean meat to make a healthy steak salad with grilled vegetables. We will be showing how to cook the steaks softly without heating the frying pan beforehand. Patience is the key!

1 (about 200g) lean beef
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tablespoons
2 knobs salt

5cm yum potato (nagaimo)
1/4 zucchini
60g pumpkin
baby leaves
1 piece garlic
1 tbsp olive oil
parmesan cheese

3 tbsp balsamic vinegar
2 tsp honey
Salt and pepper


牛肉のタリアータ サラダ仕立て

タリアータ とはイタリア語で「薄く切った」という意味で、焼いた牛肉のステーキを薄く切って皿に盛りつけるシンプルなイタリア料理です。


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Seeking the best balance of being free and living a stable life in this busy city, I enjoy kitchen gardening to deepen my connection with nature. Lately, I enjoy traveling to places I’ve never been and dancing Salsa/Kizomba there. Always a traveler at heart. Freelance web/graphic designer. Coffee & chocolate addict.
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