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Make dad’s day with one of these sensational steak recipes

This Father's Day is all about raising the steaks

By Sarah Alcock, 07 June 2017
Make dad’s day with one of these sensational steak recipes

This Sunday 18 June is Father's Day - and what better way to say 'thank you' to your dad than by serving up a juicy, succulent steak?

From our Extra Special Sirloin and Rump steaks to our Butchers Selection Rump, Sirloin and RibEye - we have an amazing selection for you to choose from so you can pick dad's favourite.

Here are some of our favourite steak recipes to inspire your Father's Day menu...

Get out the BBQ

This weekend is set to be a scorcher so get the BBQ out! Cooking steaks on the barby mean you get that amazing charred flavour on the outside and a perfectly pink middle. This sirloin steak recipe is served with homemade chimichurri, which is the perfect summer sauce to serve alongside your steak and has flavours of chillies, garlic, parsley, onion and lime. Cue salivation.  

Serve it up in a sandwich

If you want to eat alfresco, this steak sandwich is a great option. Served in a warmed ciabatta bun with grilled peppers and a juicy piece of steak - dad will be a very happy man indeed. 

Try going Moroccan

With the sun out, this roasted vegetable combination with honey, lemon, pomegranates and pine nuts is the perfect base for a perfectly pink steak. We can just picture eating this in the garden on Father's Day with all the family, some music playing in the background and some cool drinks to quench that summer thirst.

Asian influence

This teriyaki steak is marinated in Asian flavours (sake, dark soy sauce and sugar) before grilling and serving with a fresh, crisp kale and radish salad. So if dad loves a bit of that umami taste, this could be the one for him.

Steak with bags of spice and flavour

For the more adventurous dads who love Middle-Eastern flavours, this rib-eye steak with dukkah and fattoush salad will be right up their street. If you haven't heard of dukkah before, it is a ground blend of sesame seeds, hazelnuts, cashews, coriander seeds, cumin seeds and sumac. It makes a nutty, lightly spiced crust and goes perfectly with the savoury flavours of the steak. If you don't want to put it on the steak, you can pop it in a bowl on the table and people can spoon over as much as they like. If you have some leftover you can sprinkle it over salads the next day.

Add a bit of crunch

If dad loves horseradish and mustard then he'll love this crumb-topped steak dish. Breadcrumbs are added to thyme, butter, spring onions, horseradish and mustard to create a crunchy topping.

Classic is best

You can't beat steak with peppercorn sauce. If you haven't made your own peppercorn sauce before, it is very easy to do and will definitely impress dad. Serve with chips and salad to complete the classic steak dinner.

Chips, chips, chips!

In our humble opinion, a steak dish is not complete without a hearty helping of chunky chips on the side. These chunky, crispy, fluffy chips are so easy to make and will get you proper brownie points with dad. If you don't have time to make your own, you can pick up a bag of oven chips, curly fries or even sweet potato fries!

Check out our range of steaks online for Father's Day or pop into your local Asda store