For a special meal, nothing beats a perfectly prepared beef fillet. You can roast the whole fillet, or cut it into steaks. We have loads of recipes for both, which result in toothsome, succulent meat.
This is a very simple preparation for steak. We use loads of garlic! We barbecue them and serve with baked potatoes and a green salad.
Mouthwatering rib eye fillet steak cooked to your liking in a rich red wine and mushroom sauce. Serve with fries and salad or vegetable. You can use any cut of steak you prefer, but I find rib eye works extremely well.
It doesn't get much more luxurious than this recipe. Sure to impress that special someone in your life! Fillet steak is simply cooked, then topped with a luscious prawn wine and cream sauce. Fantastically simple to make, yet very elegant.
A simple, but incredible beef dish. Beef fillet is marinated, then cooked with onions and mushrooms in a red wine sauce. Serve with potatoes, pasta or rice.
Beef fillet with green peppercorn sauce is a special treat in Italian restaurants. Why not try cooking it at home for a romantic dinner? This recipe makes it easy.
Slowly roasted in their skins, shallots and garlic have a mellow sweetness that marries beautifully with juicy chargrilled fillet steak. Try serving with new potatoes roasted in their skins and sprinkled with chopped fresh thyme, and a green vegetable or salad.
Fillet steak with peppercorn sauce. There's nothing like a classic when you want to serve something elegant to your guests. It's actually a very simple recipe that will become a tried-and-true favourite.
Be careful when making this dish. Like a magic love potion, it brings out the lover in anyone. I learned very quickly not to prepare this for a mere 'casual date' - unless you want that date to become something more!
A fast and easy preparation for pan-fried steak with a rich sauce that's delicious with mash and tenderstem broccoli.
An easy, make-ahead, delicious way to serve fillet. A nice twist on the standard beef Wellington - without the traditional pâté de foie gras. You'll want flavourful mushrooms like criminis, portobellos or even porcinis or morels. For the wine, choose something rich you would actually drink - a good Shiraz is fantastic.