Lehua Honey Carrot Glazed Rib Eye Steak
Lehua Honey is gathered by bees from the Lehua flower, which grows on the ‘ohi’a tree (Metrosideros polymorpha), an indigenous Hawaiian species.
This delicious recipe was provided compliments of world famous Chef Chai of Chai's Island Bistro.
•Rib Eye Steak, 10 oz wt 2 pc.
•Honey 3 fl oz
•Shredded Carrot 2 oz wt
•Demi Glace 3 fl oz
•Carrot Puree 2 fl oz
•Butter 1 oz wt
•Hamakua Alii Mushrooms-cut ½” 8 oz wt
•Red Grape Tomato 3 oz wt
•Spinach Leaves 1 oz wt
•Carrot, peeled and diced ¼” 3 oz wt
•Ponzu 4 fl oz
•Olive Oil 3 fl oz
1.Mix shredded carrot and honey together, season with salt and pepper.
2.Heat a skillet over medium high heat, season steak with salt and pepper. Sear for 2 minutes, flip and cover with honey carrot mixture. Deglaze with ponzu sauce. Place in broiler and allow honey carrot mixture to caramelize.
3.In a sauté pan over medium heat add in olive oil, mushrooms, carrots, and sweat, fold in spinach, tomato, butter and season to taste. Arrange on plate.
4.Once steak arrives at desired temperature allow to rest 3 minutes.
5.Take pan drippings and add in carrot puree, demi glace, and mount with butter. Reserve.
6.Slice beef and place around vegetable mixture, top with sauce, enjoy!