A slightly easier dish to pull together, though on a similar theme to yesterday’s ‘chicken on a flatbread’, but with beef steak on a corn tortilla.
The first and most important part was the marinade: olive oil, orange juice, garlic and Chipotles in Adabo paste. The beef bathed there for half an hour. Meanwhile some black beans went from the packet to the pan with a chopped fresh green chilli and a shallot for flavour.
The thing slices of steak went onto a hot griddle pan and cooked (per Thomasina Myers instructions) for under 90 seconds on each side. Once these had cooled slightly they were sliced into small pieces. The remainder of the marinade and some sliced spring onions then cooked off in the pan.
All of the above and a good amount of grated cheddar cheese were then spooned onto several tortillas. Job done.
Again another 7.5 out of 10. Though maybe a point or two less for having to clean the griddle pan – a job for the morning!