Sjöviksvägen 28, 61830 Kolmården, Sweden

Coral steak

Just mix with water, oil and spices

This recipe is really so simple. The only thing you need to think about is having a bit of advance notice before serving the steaks.

The steaks can either be made plain with a ready-made spice bag, or with some of our recipe suggestions below

Basic recipe - Coral steaks natural

1.Start preparing at least 4 hours before the finished steaks are to be eaten
2. Mix the contents of the bag with the ready-made spice bag in a bowl.
If you want to add these spices yourself, the spice bag contains 1 tbsp salt, 1.5 tbsp onion powder, 1.5 tbsp garlic powder, 2 tbsp black pepper, 1 tsp smoked paprika powder and tomato powder equivalent to 2 tsp tomato paste
3.Then add 6 dl water and mix to a smooth paste. If you don't want to use the whole bag at once, weigh up as much powder as you want to prepare and add 1.2 times as much water as powder, and correct the amount of spices.
4.Now the beef mixture should mature for 3 - 12 hours at room temperature. The time you choose depends on how it fits into your schedule. Longer time will soften the lentils and beans.
5.Then shape the steaks and cook in a convection oven at 120 degrees to 90 degrees internal temp. Feel free to put some boiling water in the bottom of the oven to keep the steaks from drying out. Fry or grill the steaks after this to get a nice and crispy surface.
6.Alternatively, the steaks can be fried in oil under a lid on medium heat for at least 15 minutes. Cut the steak a little and check that it is not doughy. If not, fry for a little longer.

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The pork tenderloin is great plain according to the recipe above, but can also be seasoned to your own taste or with one of our recipe suggestions here

Mustard and herbs

1 chopped yellow onion (sauté in 3 tbsp rapeseed oil)
A clove of pressed garlic (or 2 tsp garlic powder)
1 tbsp salt
1.5 tbsp mustard seed
1.5 tsp thyme
1.5 tsp oregano
1 tsp marjoram
0.5 tsp sage


3 tbsp rapeseed oil
1 tbsp salt
2 tbsp onion powder
1.5 tbsp garlic powder
1.5 tbsp paprika powder
1,5 tbsp cumin
1,5 tbsp coriander
1 tsp smoked paprika powder
1 tsp chilli powder
2 tsp black pepper


100 g chipotle paste (strength to taste)
2 tsp salt
1 tbsp onion powder
1 tbsp garlic powder
2 tsp ancho chilli powder (or regular chilli powder)

Sun-dried tomato and olives

100 g chopped sun-dried tomatoes in oil
150 g chopped or sliced olives
1 tbsp salt
1 tbsp onion powder
1 tbsp garlic powder

Healthy and so tasty!

Not only are coral steaks very tasty, they are also very good for your health.

Whole grains:
Coral steaks contain plenty of whole grains from lentils, beans and sunflower. These provide fibre, minerals and vitamins. Increased consumption of whole grains results in improved gastrointestinal health.
Studies show that people who eat a lot of whole grains have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, as well as cardiovascular disease.
Whole grains also contain so-called plant sterols that reduce the absorption of cholesterol in the gut, which in turn lowers levels of harmful LDL cholesterol in the blood.
Source: National Food Administration

Iron intake:
Providing the body with sufficient iron in a plant-based diet is much more difficult than in an animal-based diet for a number of reasons. On the one hand, the iron content of animal products is generally higher, but vegetable products may also contain components that inhibit the absorption of iron.
When cooking coral steaks, the finished batter is allowed to "ripen" over a number of hours. During this time, the whole grain products absorb liquid, which can be likened to the beginning of a germination process. In this process, enzyme inhibitors are affected, but also phytic acid which otherwise inhibits iron absorption.

Vitamins: In addition to the vitamins and minerals found in whole grains described above, coral steaks also contain wheat germ and nutritional yeast, which are good sources of both several different B vitamins, but also vitamin E.