Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse’s Steak Salt Recipe

Not another BORING review, you say! Well, this isn't. Here's a recipe instead.
Steak Salt

Hands up if you’re sick of reading yet another boring review of another restaurant… I know I am! And I’m the one writing them! Instead, I would like to share with you a recipe given to me by the team at Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse. In case you didn’t know, Bistecca has just relocated and renovated.

Bistecca Tuscan Steak House

Try out Bistecca’s Steak Salt Recipe below.

Don’t worry, if you’re a lover of their traditional Tuscan sharing steaks and authentic Italian cuisine, you won’t have to go far from their previous location. They have moved just next door! Bistecca’s new location is at 26 Mohamed Sultan Road Singapore 238970.

Bistecca Tuscan Steak House

Stunning interiors at Bistecca’s newly renovated location. Image provided by Bistecca.

Bistecca, food to love with family and friends

I have never been to Bistecca myself but was invited along to their launch party as Karin van Vliet’s plus one. Karin is the founder of Table Tales and Bistecca is one of the ten restaurants personally selected and featured in the book (a book that we are very proud of because we designed it!). For $10 off Table Tales, use the code VANILLA10. This will entitle you to a free second main course at Bistecca, one of her ten choices for the book.

Karin’s impeccable taste (and extensive research into dining destinations) didn’t fail her with Bistecca. The ambience, service and food are totally on point. I will be back soon with a big group of friends and I’ll even bring along The Vegetarian because their vegetable options were just as good as their enormous, flavourful T-bone steak. Also because they said they would be more than happy to accommodate a non-meat eater :).

Bistecca Tuscan Steak House

Smooth, creamy burrata to die for. Image provided by Bistecca.

Thank you for the wonderful tasting!

Bistecca treated us to a beautiful and bountiful sharing meal. We feasted on burrata, charcuterie, octopus, risotto and their Bistecca alla Fiorentina wagyu T-bone steak, prepared traditionally over a wood-fired grill. There were sides aplenty and we finished with three desserts and petit fours. That evening, we also enjoyed fantastic conversation and, as we were leaving, they gave us a gift that would delight any foodie. We received a Bistecca signature wooden board and a little jar of their special steak salt along with the recipe.

Bistecca Tuscan Steak House

Their signature Bistecca alla Fiorentina T-bone steak which easily fed four of us along with sides. Image provided by Bistecca.

A salt for almost anything!

I’m happy to share this recipe with you because I am obsessed with this little jar of salt. It has also proved to be a wonderful addition to just about anything that needs a bit of flavour. For example, I have used it on plain boiled eggs, vegetables before roasting and I will confess to sneaking little pinches of the salt, all by itself, now and again. Imagine what this salt would do with a big juicy steak!

Steak Salt

A simple breakfast of boiled eggs turns sensational with a sprinkling of this steak salt. Do not expect this dish on the menu at Bistecca! Be prepared to be impressed with their menu.

Try the recipe and let us know what you think. I have yet to use it with a steak at home and this is because I would much rather visit Bistecca again to enjoy their open, friendly hospitality and just relax in their swanky and lush setting.

Enjoy!

Bistecca’s Steak Salt Recipe

Prep time: 2 min | Service size: 2 cups

Bistecca Tuscan Steak House

Ingredients

  • 5 tbsp Fleur de Sel
  • 2 tsp smoked paprika
  • 2 tsp ground black peppercorn
  • 1 tsp ground coriander
  • 1 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
  • 1 tsp granulated garlic
  • 1 tsp dried oregano
  • 1 tsp dried thyme
  • 1 tsp dried rosemary

Method

  1. In a bowl, combine all ingredients well.
  2. Store in an airtight container.
Steak Salt

We sprinkle this on just about anything!

To use with steak

  1. Sprinkle generously on both sides of the raw steak before grilling.
  2. Grill steak as you would like it
  3. Once cooked, let the steak “rest” on a cutting board for six to eight minutes, depending on size.
  4. Slice your steak
  5. Sprinkle with plain sea salt to taste after slicing.

Other uses

  1. Sprinkle on just about anything!

Thank you so much, Bistecca for treating us to such a feast that evening and for letting us share your steak salt recipe!

Bistecca’s new location is at 26 Mohamed Sultan Road Singapore 238970

For more information visit bistecca.com.sg 

Phone: +65 6735 6739
Email: enquiries@bistecca.com.sg

Facebook: BisteccaTuscanSteakhouse
Instagram: BisteccaTuscanSteakhouse


Images provided by Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse as credited.

For this event, we were invited to dine at Bistecca and did not pay for our meal. We are never obligated to post a favourable review whether or not it is a tasting or a meal we pay for ourselves.

Angela Manners loves finding an interesting story and talking to people about what they are passionate about. She is Australian but was born in Bangkok, grew up in Southeast Asia and then studied in America. Angela is passionate about coffee, food and everything that surrounds them.
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