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Sticky BBQ Beef with Sweet Potato and Salad



 

Here’s another sticky BBQ edition with a beef steak and sweet potato mash. As usual, season the beef in the marinade and then place in the oven covered in aluminium foil. In the meantime, the sweet potatoes can be peeled and boiled to make the mash.


As the meat cooks, the sauce will thicken and become gooey because of the honey. You get a nice sweetness to the BBQ sauce. Also the BBQ sauces is so glossy and sThe sweet potato goes really well with this.


As you can see in the background, I made a nice leafy salad with this delicious meal but you can use green vegetables with this dish. Both the beef and the sweet potato mash were garnished with parsley.


 

Prep: 20 mins
Cooking time: 1 hour and 20 mins
Serves: 3 people
Ingredients

Beef Marinade


-BBQ Sauce (Sweet Baby Ray)


-1 Tbsp Honey


-1 Tsp Parsley


-Beef Steak



-1tsp garlic salt


-1tsp parsley


-1tsp Coriander


-1 Pack of Sweet Potatoes

 
Instructions

Create the marinade for the beef steak.

  1. Add the beef steak to the marinade and leave for at least 1 hour.

  2. Add the beef steak to the Pyrex dish or baking tray.

  3. Cover the beef steak in foil.

  4. Add to the preheated oven at 180 degrees Celsius.

  5. Peel the sweet potatoes.

  6. Place the sweet potatoes into a boiling saucepan.

  7. Place the soft sweet potatoes into a casserole dish.

  8. Add the butter, garlic salt, pepper and herbs to the sweet potatoes.

  9. Mash and stir the sweet potato mash.

  10. Place the sweet potato mash into the oven.

  11. Remove the foil from the beef and allow to cook.

  12. Serve food on a warm plate.

  13. Garnish the sweet potatoes with herbs.


 






 




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