We had this same recipe last year in Dublin at a Restaurant called the Lobster Pot, being from Maine we skipped the Lobster and went for the steak, having for two weeks indulged ourselves with the finest seafood in the world....bar none, Ireland is tops for all things coming out of the ocean.
This dish does have a lot of steps and ingredients but if your fixing it for company you can do everything ahead of time and put it in holding pattern.....till it's time to sear the steaks, which really goes fast. This dish may also be fixed with a top-grade sirloin like they do in Ireland, but be aware their restaurant grade sirloin is far superior to ours, so buy the best or stick to a filet mignon tucking a scant teaspoon of frozen butter in with the crabmeat. This is absolutely my favorite meat dish...decadent! It is so rich, avoid the temptation of having rich side dishes, herbed/buttered string beans and a pretty salad w/pears/currents/chevre with a dash of Cherry Basalmic....oh my!
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We had this same recipe last year in Dublin at a Restaurant called the Lobster Pot, being from...