Are you looking for the perfect Father’s Day lunch to treat your dad?
Together with The South African Mushroom Farmers’ Association I have you covered. Whether it’s breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner!
Why You Should Serve Mushrooms On Father’s Day
Just one 100g serving of mushrooms provides 8-22ug selenium; about 1/2 of the daily recommended amount.
Research indicates that selenium-rich foods may lower the likelihood of developing prostate cancer and slow prostate tumor progression.
Father’s Day Lunch – Truffle Mushroom Steak
A steak doesn’t always need an actual sauce. This luxurious combination of truffle oil and pan-friend large brown mushrooms on a perfectly cooked matured steak are the stuff dreams are made of.
Truffle Mushroom Steak
- 300 g aged steak of your choice (boneless)
- olive oil (for drizzling)
- salt and pepper
- 2 tbsp butter
- a few large brown mushrooms (sliced)
- 2 sprigs thyme (woody stalks discarded)
- a few drops of truffle oil (or truffle flavoured oil)
Drizzle the steak with oil and season with salt and pepper.
Braai over hot coals or grill in a piping hot griddle pan until cooked to your liking (3,5 minutes per side for a 3cm thick steak for medium rare).
Remove and leave to rest while you prepare the mushrooms.
Heat the butter over a high heat in a pan, then fry the mushrooms with the thyme until golden brown on all sides.
Season with salt and pepper.
Remove from the heat, then add a few drops of truffle oil and stir to mix.
Top the rested steak with the hot truffle mushrooms and serve immediately.
DISCLAIMER: This post was sponsored by The South African Mushroom Farmers’ Association. The South African Mushroom Farmers’ Association provided me with this recipe and associated images. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own and not influenced by the developing company, and/or its affiliates, in any way. The fact is, I’m crazy about mushrooms, and want to shout it from the rooftops anyway.