It’s festive season and it feels like the roasting season so let’s roast some beef rump steak. This time around, we will flatten our steak, marinate it, roll it like a Swiss roll, tie it up with a cotton twine and then bake it. Let’s do this!

What you will need:

What to do:

  • Cut the steak halfway from the centre then flatten it as much as possible using a knife.
  • Lay it flat on the table and sprinkle the meat tenderiser. Use a fork to prick some holes all over the steak so that the tenderiser penetrates the surface.
  • Squeeze the lemon juice over the steak then sprinkle the black pepper and salt. Add the butter and rub all the marinade all over the steak.
  • Roll the steak just like rolling a Swiss roll cake. Ensure you get a log shape.
  • Use the cotton twine to tie the steak so that it stays intact in the log shape.
  • Place the steak on a non-stick pan with an aluminium handle.
  • Sprinkle some herbs like coriander on the side of the pan and place in an oven 200°C for 45 – 50 minutes or until the steak is brown and crusted on the outside.
  • Once the steak is roasted, remove the cotton twine and slice it to your desired portions.

Serve with some naan bread and enjoy the festive roast.


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