Want to impress your girlfriend or wife with your cooking skills?

Then this recipe will fit your needs.

In about 25 minutes you will have a perfect lunch or dinner for your most loved one.

Just follow the steps...

Step 1: Getting Ready...

Ingredients that you will need:
- 3 or 4 Yearling cow steaks (around 125gr each)
- Butter
- 2 Spoons of Virgin olive oil
- Pepper mixture (Black, white and red pepper)
- Garlic powder
- Onion powder
- 1 Glas of table white wine
- Salt
- 1 Baguette (Bread)

For the salad:
- Fresh young leaves mix (Lettuce, spinach and rucula)
- 2 Spoons of Virgin olive oil
- 1 Bag of italian spice mix for salad (90 ml)
- 1 Lemon
- Sweet corn (150 gr)
- Some green olives
- Sunflower seeds

In the US you should find most of the food in a freshmarket.
Why do you use garlic <em>powder</em>?<br> <br> L<br>
As opposed to actual garlic cloves? Or garlic salt? I use garlic powder because I don't like salty foods (I'm incredibly sensitive to salt's flavor), and garlic cloves, even when minced fine, often overpower all other tastes. But I am curious about Mr. Sushi's reasoning too.
It's a milder flavour then, that would explain it.<br> <br> L<br>
You both are right. But in addition, let me tell you that this is easy cooking, so the least work you have to do the better (peeling and mincing onions/garlic is time expensive). Of course there is another reason too: with garlic and onion powder (it is ussually pretty dry) when you pour the whitewine/butter on it, it will absorb it, creating little pieces of 3 or 4 times its original size. Those are very tasty to eat with the steak.
<br> That's a tastily-detailed explanation, thanks.<br> <br> L<br>
Hm, never knew about the last part - I rarely cook with any alcohol other than Chianti, Jack Daniels, or rum (fantastic tastes, I know). I do have to agree about the work, though - I am terrible at prepping garlic cloves...
Looks good! Did she enjoy it? Mark
Try it yourself and then we compare results ;-D

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