Steak with purée of Jerusalem artichoke, potatoes and salad


( 2 adults and 2 kids )

  • Steaks, artichoke purée, potatoes
  • 300 gramsJerusalem artichokes
  • 500 gramspotatoes
  • 2 tbspskyr*
  • 25 gramsbutter
  • 0.5 clovegarlic
  • 0.5 lemon
  • 1 tspall purpose seasoning
  • steaks
  • Salad
  •  lettuce of your choice
  • red bell pepper
  • 50 gramsgrapes
  • pear
  • 25 mlolive oil
  • 1 tbspacacia honey*
  • 0.5 lemon
  • 0.5 tbspsweet mustard
  •  salt
  •  pepper
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A great weekend steak with a totally addictive purée of Jerusalem artichoke, crispy potatoes and a quick salad made from the week's leftovers. Super tasty weekend food! Enjoy.


1. Peel artichokes and potatoes. Roughly dice the artichokes and boil in water that just about covers them, until completely tender when poked with a fork. This takes 20-25 minutes. Meanwhile, dice the potatoes into 1 cm cubes and set aside.

2. Rinse the lettuce and rip into chunks. Wash the bell pepper, remove the seeds and cut into bite sized chunks. Wash and halve the grapes, wash and dice the pear. Mix everything in a bowl and dress with a quick dressing of olive oil, honey, some lemon juice, sweet mustard and seasoned with salt and pepper.

3. Once the artichokes are tender, drain the water into a bowl and pop them into a blender along with skyr, butter, garlic and a bit of lemon juice. Blend on full whack, until you have a completely smooth purée. If needed, add a bit of boiling water to get the perfect consistency. Add salt and pepper to taste.

4. Season the steaks with salt and pepper and cook in a mix of butter and olive oil on a pan - or the grill! Let the steaks rest uncovered on a plate, and finally cook the potatoes on the same pan, with the all purpose seasoning. You want the potatoes warm throughout, but still crispy - this takes 5-10 minutes. Pop a stripe of purée onto the plate with the back of a tablespoon, place the potatoes on top and serve with warm steaks and salad. Enjoy!


All purpose seasoning in a spice mix, produced by Santa Maria among others. As it already contains salt, regular salt is often not needed where the seasoning is used. You can absolutely use other kinds of seasoning, such as paprika. Do remember to never fill the blender more than halfway when blending hot liquids, as they can "explode" when the blender is switched on. If you don't have a blender, a hand blender will do just fine.

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