This posh Italian restaurant has recently undergone a koshering process and now has rabbinical supervision. Chef Tamar Segri's recipe calls for sirloin steak, available kosher in Israel, but other thin and juicy aged steaks can be used if sirloin is not avialable.
Thinly cut aged steaks (
16 thin slices of smoked goose
16 salvia (from the sage family) leaves
1/2 cup dry white wine
1 tbs. canola oil
salt and pepper
רכיבים ל-4 סועדם
Using a toothpick attach a leaf of sage and slice of smoked goose to each steak.
Heat the oil in a frying pan and place the pieces of steak with the leaves and smoked good on top.
Cook for 2 minutes and pour half the wine into the pan, turning over after one minute.
Pour in the remaining wine, cook for two more minutes.
Remove toothpicks and serve.
Cook down the sauce a bit and serve.
Suggested accompaniment: mashed potatoes or root vegetables.
Courtesy of Deria Restaurant, 29 Carlebach St., Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Rabbinate regular supervision.