Onglet has a wide variety of uses, from quickly-grilled steak dinners to slow-cooked stews. If you are using a quick-cook method such as grilling or pan-frying, aim for a medium-rare finish – any longer and the meat might be a bit tough. If you prefer your beef well-done, use onglet in a stewing or braising dish for a fantastically unctuous finish.
Andy's grilled onglet recipe not only shows you how to grill beef onglet to perfection, but also whips up a deliciously rich red wine sauce using all of those delicious fatty trimmings. Jeremy Lee serves up his onglet steak recipe with pickled walnut and horseradish, while Tom Hunt's barbecued onglet recipe is served with a light herb dressing.