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You will need:
Onions (I used red)
40g Reduced Fat Cheese (per person)
Splash of milk
Steak (I used Beef Medallion Steak) – All visible fat removed.
Use my Slimming World – Fries recipe to prepare your potatoes. Personally, I would opt for the chunkier chips for this recipe but whatever floats your boat.
Keep in mind that the chips will be returned to the oven once the individual components have been combined, so don’t cook them as much as you normally would.
Grate the cheese. Remember that the smaller the grater, the further it goes.
With about 15 minutes to go (until the chips are to the not quite finished cooking point), pop a medium sized saucepan onto the hob and add a few sprays of the Garlic Frylight. Remember that this stuff is quite strong. Scoop some quark into the pan, add a splash of milk, two-thirds of the cheese and grind in some salt and pepper.
Gently, very gently, heat the Quark mixture.
As the quark mixture warms, heat a griddle or frying pan to the point where it is very hot and is lightly smoking. Spray it with Frylight and pop on the steak. Cook the steak until it is almost (almost!) cooked to your liking. Remove the steak from the pan and leave it to the side to settle.
Slice the steak into thinnish pieces.
Pop the grill onto a high heat.
Remove the fries from the oven and dish them into either individual ovenproof dishes or just one large dish. Ensure the cheese has melted into the sauce and dollop the sauce over the fries. Sprinkle the rest of the cheese over the top and pop the dish(es) under the grill until the cheese bubbles and turns golden.
This time, I served my fries with salad and some Slimming World Coleslaw. Deeeeeelicious! Even if I do say so myself!
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