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Tagliata, from the Italian tagliare, means cut or sliced. A large steak or thin roast is thinly sliced. The "Tagliata" can then be dressed with olive oil or different condiments. Try this simple and tasty "Tagliata" recipe with no special sauces or dressing. Just enjoy the tasty combination of the meat with the pungent arugula.
a large steak or tri-tip
bunch of arugula salad salt and pepper extra-virgin olive oil
Arrange the arugula salad on a serving dish. Dress the arugula with simple Italian vinaigrette.
When the steak is ready, cut it in very thin slices at an angle.
Arrange the steak slices on the salad.
Season with salt and black pepper freshly grated from the mill. Top with some good extra-virgin olive oil. You may optionally squeeze some lemon juice on top.