Definition of steak tartare in English:

steak tartare

Line breaks: steak tar|tare
Pronunciation: /steɪktɑːˈtɑː(r)
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A dish consisting of raw minced steak mixed with raw egg, onion, and seasonings and shaped into small cakes or patties.
More example sentences
  • Meat is rarely consumed raw, although some cultures include the practice and one or two western dishes, notably steak tartare, do call for raw meat.
  • Kibbeh, a mixture of cracked wheat and minced lamb is good, but it is worth remembering that this is a dish, like steak tartare, of raw meat.
  • Their version of steak tartare turned out to be a disastrous agglomeration of purplish burger meat bristling, hedgehog-style, with inedible, overly dry toast points.

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