Chef James Martin prepares a ‘delicious’ summer salad and salsa to serve with your weekend barbecue.
JAMES MARTIN shared a traditional summer recipe with fans on his Saturday Morning show today. A tomato salad and dressing are the perfect complements to your weekend BBQ burgers, steak, or any other meat you want to grill.
Because the weather is finally getting warmer, many Britons will be outside this weekend enjoying BBQ food and drinks with friends. Today, James Martin demonstrated how to make a light summer salad as well as how to grill a barbecue steak to perfection.
Today, James Martin came on his weekly ITV show to share a variety of delectable recipes with viewers.
After preparing a hearty supper of cod, potatoes, and asparagus, the chef walked outside to his garden to prepare something nice in preparation for the upcoming barbeque season in the United Kingdom.
Because “beef goes well with a variety of things,” James chose steak to cook on his barbeque grill.
Before rolling the beef joint in oil, the chef seasoned it with salt and pepper.
He then grilled the joint for “only eight to ten minutes,” according to him.
According to James, this would turn the beef “bleu,” which he prefers.
More time on the grill is required to cook the steak well done.
After that, James worked on a dressing or salad to go with the beef steak.
James said, “This is the most fantastic dressing.”
The chef emphasized the value of consuming local vegetables, so he made the dressing from tomatoes from his greenhouse.
Because the tomatoes were green, you may still use them in salads, dressings, and salsas if you can’t wait for them to become red.
James referred to his dressing as both a salad dressing and a salsa, and suggested using a pestle and mortar or a simple blender to make it.
James chose to use a pestle and mortar, but a blender will work just as well as long as you “don’t blend too much.”
The chef tossed in some garlic and salt before adding basil and parsley leaves to the bowl.
He added capers after squishing the ingredients with the pestle.
He suggested purchasing brined capers at the grocer.
He then proceeded to add the Gentleman’s Relish.
“This is a terrific ingredient,” James added.
Before adding a little olive oil and cutting in some green olives and tomatoes, combine the ingredients.
Green tomatoes work well in this recipe as well. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”