Mains for four
For Provencale butter, process butter, olives, sundried tomato, garlic and basil in a food processor until combined. On a piece of plastic wrap, spoon butter along 1 side. Roll into a log, twist ends to seal, then chill for 1-2 hours until firm.
Marinate meat by, combining garlic, basil, olive oil, steak, salt and pepper in a bowl and turn to coat well.
Marinate for 30 minutes at room temperature. Heat an oiled chargrill pan on medium-high heat.
Cook steaks for 4-5 minutes each side, we have then placed our steaks in a hot oven 200c for 5 min to finish, this may vary due to thickness.
Remove and rest, covered with foil for 5 min.
Dress the greens with the oil, balsamic, salt and pepper, massage gently over the leaves.
Dust the onion rings with the flour and salt and pepper to taste, shallow fry on high heat until crisp, remove and drain on some kitchen paper.
Top steaks with a slice of butter and a handful of greens on the side.
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