4 Sirloin Steaks
60ml Olive Oil
1 Clove of Garlic, crushed
1 Sprig of Rosemary
Zest and Juice of 1 Lemon
100g Ricotta Cheese
3 x 410g Cans of White Beans
Put oil into a pan and add the garlic, rosemary, and lemon zest and warm through. Remove the rosemary, but do not discard.
Drain the beans and rinse, then add to pan and warm through, stirring and squashing with a wide flat spoon until the beans are mushy. Season to taste.
Meanwhile, heat a teaspoon of oil in a large frying pan and cook the steaks on high for a minute and a half on both sides. Remove to warmed plates. Squeeze the lemon juice into the hot pan and let it bubble up with the meaty oil, then pour over the steaks. Serve immediately with the bean mash garnished with the rosemary sprig.
Source: Nigella Lawson 'Nigella Express'
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