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Food for Men: Jack Daniels T-Bone Steaks

Here's my favourite recipe for T-Bone steaks

Take 2, baby T-bone steaks (about 16oz each)
Apply a little salt and pepper on both sides
Using a sharp knife, make a few thin cuts alongside the steaks, following natural muscle shape
Place in a tupper-ware container, where there is a little space available (not too large)

On a different container, make a mix of:
2 ½ double shots of JD (or more, depending on taste)
3 double shots of Balsamic vinegar
¼ cup of virgin olive oil
Juice of 1 ½ oranges, or 1 small cup of tropicana orange juice
Juice of 1 lemon, or 1/3 small cup of cooking lemon juice
3 large tablespoons of honey (flat quantity)
1 ½ teaspoons of cinammon
1 teaspoon of allspice
2 teaspoons of paprika
A little more salt and pepper

Mix thoroughly, until the sauce is properly blended

Pour onto the steaks, into the plastic container, making sure that all parts of the meat are fully covered (if necessary make more of the sauce, doubling amounts).

Leave into the fridge for at least 12 hours.

Total cooking time is 12-16 minutes:
Make a frying pan relatively hot (medium heat), and add a little butter
As the butter starts to burn (about 10-15 seconds) place the steaks (with as much sauce as they ‘picked up’, and let cook for 4 minutes, turning once.
Turn steaks a second time (both sides about the same), and pour all of the mix over them. As soon as it starts boiling, lower temperature, and let the whole thing simmer on medium-low fire for a further 10 – 12 minutes, until the sauce begins to thicken.

If the sauce begins to disappear before the steaks are ready, add a little orange juce or water.

Check steaks are cooked, and serve on warm plates, adding about half the sauce onto the steaks, and the other half over the rice, or potatoes served with it.

Recommended with fresh, lightly boiled vegetables (Sugar snaps, carrots, mange tout, and broccoli), made just with salt and a drizzle of olive oil.

Hope you enjoy!

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