Porcini mushrooms really make this dish. A must-try for any steak lover, this simple recipe is a real treat
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No one knows how to cook steak better than the Americans, which is why I’ve adapted this recipe from a famous New York chef, Mario Batali. He grinds porcini to a fine powder, then uses this as a rub to load his steak with flavour. Any leftover rub can be stirred into a risotto or soup.
Can't find fresh mushrooms?
Fresh porcini mushrooms are an autumnal treat, but you can eat the delicious dried version all year round. Their concentrated taste means that adding a couple to a dish brings it alive with deeply savoury flavours