Satay Beef Volcanic Mountain
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Satay Beef Volcanic Mountain

Serves 6
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The satay soup base is full of nutty Asian flavours that go well with beans and is just as good to poach the meat as well. This baked satay mountain is made with layers of beef and beans making it a perfect meal on a cold winter night. With just 25 minutes of prep and cooking time, what're you waiting for?


6 large egg
4 Tbsp vegetable oil
1 medium onion, chopped
2 x 400g cans cannellini beans in water, drained
400g roasted beef slices (topside)
160g fresh breadcrumbs
4 sausages, panfried and sliced

Sauce Mix

1 L hot water


Small bunch flat leaved parsley, roughly chopped


1 Boil the egg in boiling hot water for 3 minutes. Transfer to cool in an ice bath, keep aside at room temperature. Egg white should be cloudy white while yolk is runny.
2 In a large saucepan, heat the oil and fry onion over medium heat until soft. Add Lee Kum Kee Satay Soup Base , water and beans and bring to the boil, allow to simmer for 5 minutes then add half of the sliced sausage.
3 To assemble the “mountain”, scoop the ingredients from step 2 into the middle of a medium ovenproof casserole and cover with beef. Add a shallow layer of broth.
4 Sprinkle the breadcrumbs around the mountain and bake in a preheated oven at 200°C/180°C fan/gas 6 for about 3 minutes until it looks golden brown. If you use fresh thin slices of beef, bake them for about 5 minutes.
5 Spoon the egg yolk on top of the mountain. Add the remaining slices of sausages on the side. Sprinkle with chopped parsley.


1 Put layouts of the beef. Top with a runny egg yolk to create a flowing volcano with an exciting "WOW" effect.
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