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Valentine’s Dinner Inspo: 5 Ways To Shake Up Your Steak!

Want to give your steak dinner an unexpected twist? These flavour combos are out of this world

By Kate Matharu, 08 February 2016
Valentine’s Dinner Inspo: 5 Ways To Shake Up Your Steak!

What’s the simplest way to anyone’s heart on Valentine’s Day? A perfectly cooked steak, of course! If you’re planning a low-key night in with your other half this Valentine’s Day then why not try a twist on a classic steak recipe?

Introduce Middle Eastern spices like Sumac or Egyptian dried mint for a unique flavour combo

Forget the typical peppercorn or Béarnaise sauce and branch out with new ingredients instead. Introduce Middle Eastern herbs and spices like Sumac or Egyptian dried mint for a unique flavour combo or make your own special onion marmalade, which sounds fiddly but will be on the table in 30 minutes flat – we promise!

All you need is a little pre-planning to stock up on a few new ingredients and you’ll have a delicious meal worthy of any fancy restaurant! Tuck in to one of our five fave steak recipes for a meal to remember…

Moroccan-Style Steak Salad

Bring North African flavours to your plate – from special Moroccan seasoning to pomegranate seeds - for a dish that’s brimming with colour

Find our Moroccan-Style Steak Salad recipe here



Steak with onion marmalade

Love relishes and pickles? Then try making your own onion marmalade and use it to top your perfectly cooked steak. Sounds complicated? Follow our steps and it’ll be on the table in 30 minutes.

Find our Steak With Onion Marmalade recipe here

Cajun Steak With Baby Spinach And Beans

Cajun seasoning and a dash of Tabasco sauce gives this hearty steak recipe a fiery kick that’s great for anyone who loves a touch of heat in their dish.

Find our Cajun Steak With Baby Spinach And Beans recipe here

Steak Wellington

Reimagine Beef Wellington with steaks individually wrapped in pastry and oozing with melted Stilton cheese. Delicious!

Find our Steak Wellington recipe here

Rib-Eye Steak With Dukkah Crust And Fattoush Salad

Don’t let the longer ingredients list put you off – the combination of herbs and spices in this North African-inspired steak dish is out of this world. The crusty topping contrasts perfectly with a tender, juicy steak beneath.

Find our Rib-Eye Steak With Dukkah Crust recipe here

Feeling inspired for Valentine's? Check out Asda's selection of different steak cuts here