The name of a dish came from the French word ""languette"" that in translation means "uvula". Really, round pieces of pink meat bear a faint resemblance to it. And, maybe, the dish was so called because the most delicate meat just melts in the mouth?
It is required to you
- - 600 g of beef sirloin;
- - 30 g of flour;
- - 30 g of a desi;
- - 60 g of frying fat;
- - 100 g of long loaf;
- - 100 g of a veal liver;
- - 50 g of ham;
- - 100 g of champignons;
- - 250 ml of broth;
- - 1 tablespoon of potato flour;
- - 3 tablespoons of water;
- - 100 ml of red wine;
- - parsley greens;
- - salt.
1. Peel cooled meat from films and fat, wash out and slightly beat off. Cut across fibers on 8 pieces, about 2 cm thick and give them round shape. Put meat in a bowl, cover ware and leave approximately for 1 hour at the room temperature.
2. Peel champignons, boil them in broth (or in water to which add a cube). Part potato flour in cold water and add weight to ready champignons for sauce. Boil thoroughly everything, stirring slowly, then salt, pour in wine and once again mix everything.
3. Cut off a crust from long loaf. Cut 8 slices. Smear each of them on both sides with a desi. Put on a hot frying pan and slightly fry till golden color.
4. Prepare a liver, clean a piece from films and wash out a baking plate a water jet. Dry a piece a towel, sprinkle with flour and fry in a frying pan from all directions. Let's a liver cool down slightly and cut it strips, the same pieces cut ham, connect these ingredients and put to the warm place that the liver didn't cool down.
5. Take out the prepared steaks from a bowl, salt meat and sprinkle with flour. In a frying pan with a thick bottom warm fat and fry in it steaks before formation of a ruddy crust on both sides, at the same time inside meat has to remain pink.
6. Lay fried slices of long loaf on a dish, on each of them put on steak on which lay out on 1 tablespoon of a liver and ham. Sauce from champignons and strew the parsley cut by greens.