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RECIPE: Grilled Beef with Jacobsen White Truffle Salt

Grilled Beef (Flank Steak) with Asparagus, Potatoes, Spring Onions and Jacobsen White Truffle Salt

Infused with Italian white truffle and white truffle tincture, our decadent White Truffle Salt adds the unique and powerful flavor of truffle to all manner of dishes - including this one. Seared or grilled beef combined with White Truffle - a match made in heaven. You can use flank steak, tenderloin, rib eye, or similar cuts of premium beef. 

Serves 4­ to 6. 


1ea 2# flank steak, or tenderloin, or skirt steak

1⁄4 c grapeseed oil

1 tsp Jacobsen Pure Kosher Sea Salt

Jacobsen White Truffle Salt for finishing


  • Rub the steak with the grapeseed oil and season with Jacobsen Pure Kosher Sea Salt.
  • Preheat the grill on high and let the steak come up to room temperature. 
  • Grill the steak on high for about 6 minutes on each side. Remove from heat and let the steak rest.


1⁄4 c quality olive oil - dressing

2 Tbsp red wine vinegar - dressing

1 Tbsp Bee Local Honey - dressing

1 tsp Dijon mustard - dressing

1⁄2 tsp Jacobsen Pure Kosher Sea Salt - dressing

2 bunches asparagus

2 Tbsp quality olive oil

1 tsp Jacobsen Pure Kosher Sea Salt

4 spring onions

1lb new potatoes, boiled in salted water and cooled to room temp

1 bunch basil


  • Whisk together the dressing ingredients and set aside.
  • Wash and trim the asparagus. Peel the bottom half of the skin off if the stalks are large. Toss with about 2 Tbsp of olive oil and 1 tsp Jacobsen Pure Kosher Sea Salt. Grill gently until just tender, about 3 minutes. Let cool and cut into 2 inch pieces.
  • Thinly slice the spring onions.
  • Toss the asparagus, onions, and boiled potatoes together with the dressing. 


  • Slice the steak against the grain and finish with Jacobsen White Truffle Salt.
  • Finish the salad with a generous garnish of torn basil.
  • Enjoy
JACOBSEN PRO TIP: If you want to splurge, shave some actual truffle on top!

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