We bring you a recipe that is very easy to make in the Mineral B De Buyer iron skillet : you will have this recipe for Wagyu and mushroom skewers caramelized in butter ready in just a few minutes, and enjoying all the flavor of the delicious meat. Why isn't there a faster, more convenient and natural way to cook meat in an iron skillet or grill!

In a very easy way, Antonio Arrabal shows us how to give a special touch to this meat skewer, which caramelizes in a tablespoon of butter and gives it a touch of rosemary aroma simply by adding its leaves to the pan. Easy and very successful, it is an incredibly tasty recipe!

If we say that cooking in iron is ideal, it is because iron is a material that instantly seals the meat, thus retaining all its flavor inside. This is especially interesting today, because Wagyu meat is one of the best and most valued in the world, and you can imagine that we will love to be able to fully enjoy its great flavor, tenderness and juiciness, in an authentic and natural way.

However, you can prepare this dish with any other type of meat or even fish. Can you come with us?

Antonio Arrabal, chef at the La Jamada restaurant, offers us his recipe in the Mineral B De Buyer frying pan


For the skewer with a touch of rosemary butter:

  • 1 Portobello mushroom
  • 2 Wagyu meat cubes (or beef) of the same size (approx. 3 cm x 3 cm)
  • Butter
  • A sprig of rosemary
  • Chimichurri sauce

For the chimichurri sauce:

  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • Oregano to taste
  • 1 branch of lemon thyme
  • 2 sprigs of fresh parsley
  • 100 ml EVOO
  • 50 ml wine vinegar
  • Salt


  1. First, prepare the chimichurri sauce. Put all the ingredients in the chopper or your food processor and blend until ready. Reserve while its flavor settles.
  2. Heat your De Buyer Mineral B iron skillet over medium heat (half the power that your hob allows) and when it is hot, add a little olive oil and mark the mushrooms (previously cleaned). Reserve them when they are available.
  3. Wipe the pan with some kitchen paper and return it to medium heat.
  4. While the pan is heating, cut the mushrooms in half and assemble the skewers by skewering a cube of meat, half a mushroom, another cube of meat and the other half of the mushroom.
  5. Spread a little butter on the bottom of the pan and place the skewer.
  6. When it's sealed, turn it over.
  7. Without removing the skewer, add a knob of butter and the sprig of rosemary to the pan. Let the butter melt and absorb the aroma of rosemary. Using a spoon, glaze the skewer with the rosemary butter to give it a nice shine.
  8. Plate the skewer and add a little chimichurri sauce to accompany it. Decorate with the sprig of rosemary and bon appetit!

Recipe in mineral pan

Notes on Wagyu Beef

Wagyu beef is a high-quality and highly prized type of beef that comes from a Japanese breed of cattle known as "Wagyu." This meat is famous for its exceptional flavor, marbled texture and tenderness. Below I provide you with some key characteristics of Wagyu beef:

  1. Marbling : The most distinctive characteristic of Wagyu beef is its high degree of marbling. Marbling refers to the intricate network of fat that is distributed throughout lean meat. This fat melts at low temperatures, giving the meat its unmistakable flavor and extremely juicy texture.

  2. Tenderness : Wagyu beef is exceptionally tender due to the infiltration of fat into the muscles. This makes it very palatable and easy to cut with a fork.

  3. Flavor : The intramuscular fat in Wagyu beef provides a rich and savory flavor. Some describe it as buttery, with a nutty flavor and a unique smoothness.

  4. Grading : Wagyu beef is graded into different grades based on marbling, age of the animal and other factors. The categories vary in different regions, but in Japan, the most well-known categories are A5 (the highest) and B3.

  5. Origin : Although commonly associated with Japan, Wagyu cattle are also raised in other places around the world, such as the United States and Australia. However, authentic Japanese Wagyu beef is usually the most prized and expensive.

  6. Preparation : Wagyu beef is usually cooked on the grill or grill. Due to its high fat content, it is important to cook it at a lower temperature to prevent the fat from melting excessively.

  7. Cost : Wagyu beef is known to be one of the most expensive meats in the world due to its exceptional quality. Price may vary significantly depending on region and classification.

In short, Wagyu beef is famous for its marbling, tenderness and unmatched flavor. It is a culinary delight highly valued around the world, but is often considered a luxury due to its high cost.

Whether with Wagyu beef, or with other types of meat or even fish, I highly encourage you to try this delicious recipe at home.

Claudia Ferrer

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