Roast Steaks With Blue Cheese Crust
Beef is healthy in the right amounts: It’s a rich source of many nutrients such as protein, iron, zinc, selenium, phosphorous and vitamin B12, says Pauline Chan, dietitian and managing director of The Nutrition Place. Research has shown that nearly half of the fats present in beef are heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids. Beef is also one of the richest natural sources of the strength-booster creatine, a muscle-building aid. A 300g steak will also provide you with your RDA of zinc, which helps in post-exercise tissue repair and in the conversion of food to fuel.
This is the quickest and most decadent roast imaginable. Serve it with creamy mashed potatoes and classic vegetables like glazed carrots or stewed string beans.
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