Dry Aged beef tacos with cucumber and buckwheat

Dry Aged Beef Tacos with Cucumber and Buckwheat

Dry aged beef tacos with cucumber and buckwheat is a light snack for birthdays and parties, and can be enriched by all manner of dips and sauces. Use spicy relish or aioli as dips, as well as good old-fashioned ketchup, curry sauce or mango sauce as the perfect companions for these crunchy tacos.

In the supermarket, you can buy taco shells to fill yourselves. If you can’t find any, you can use tortillas. Either in sizes that you can cut into portions yourself, or in the form of mini-tortillas.


  1. Remove buckwheat from its packaging.
  2. Put some water in a pan and add the buckwheat.
  3. Mix the buckwheat and water by hand.
  4. Drain off the surplus water.
  5. Then add twice as much water as buckwheat to the pan.
  6. Add a little salt and simmer the buckwheat.
  7. Turn off the heat after about 10 minutes.
  8. Leave the buckwheat to soak for another 10 minutes.
  9. Heat oil in a large frying pan.
  10. Fry the steaks in the pan until rare or medium.
  11. Wrap the steaks in aluminium foil and leave them to one side for 5 minutes.
  12. Wash the cucumber, chop it in half and cut it into thin strips.
  13. Finely grate Emmental using a grater.
  14. Cut the steaks into thin strips, add salt and pepper to taste.
  15. Mix the strips of steak, the cucumber and the cheese in the hot frying pan.
  16. Add the buckwheat and mix everything together thoroughly.
  17. Remoe the tacos from their packaging.
  18. Fill the tacos with the mixture and season to taste.
  19. Delicious hot as well as cold.


  • serves 4 people
  • One big dry-aged steak of your choice, weighing 400 grams
  • 1-2 packs of tacos
  • 150 grams of buckwheat
  • ½ cucumber
  • 100 grams of Emmentaler
  • Pepper
  • Salt
  • Oil for frying

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