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Lamb steak
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Homemade lamb steak with spices inspired from the French Cuisine. The steak needs to cook slowly on low heat in the oven to get a brown crispy surface. Like this the steak will be tender in the center. The steak is a good choice for Eastern celebrations, and fits together with a red wine sauce and asparagus on the side.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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1 kilo Lamb steak
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2 tabelspoons Fresh thyme
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2 tablespoons Rosmary
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3 Garlic cloves
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100 ml Red wine
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1 teaspoon Salt
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1 teaspoon Black pepper
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20 gr Softend butter
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1 kilo Potatoes
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1 bouquet Asparagus

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200 ml Red wine
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2 tablespoon Butter
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60 gr Flour
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300 ml Milk
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1 tablespoon Rosmary
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1 teaspoon Basil
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0,5 teaspoon Black pepper

Oven temperature:
150 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Cut the garlic in small pieces, and mix it with the butter, thym, rosmary, salt and pepper.
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Rub the steak with the butter and place it in the fridge for one hour.
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Start the oven at 150 degrees Celsius.
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Place the steak on an oven form and pour the red wine over it.
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Place the stek in the middle of the oven for approx one and a half hour, try he temperature with a meat thermometer. The steak is done when it has reach sixty five degrees Celsius.
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Turn off the oven and leave the stek in the oven.
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Boil the potatoes and when they are ready it is time to make the sauce.
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Pour the asparagus in a casserole and when the water reaches boiling pont, take away the casserole from the stow and pour away the water.

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Pour the butter in a casserole and melt it, pour the flour in and stirr. Add the wine, milk, black pepper, basil, and rosmary. Stir and let the sauce become a bith thicker.
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Take out the steak fom the oven and cut it in thin slices and serve everything warm together.

A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from France
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This is more of a mingle food than a typical soft bread. It is salty thanks to the ham and olives. If you cut the bread in small cubes it is better served as a starter or a side dish than on the breakfast table. It is possible to change to black olives if you prefer it over the green ones.
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