This garlic steak sauce is an amazing way of making one of the easiest sauces for steak and it will impress anybody who enjoys it with you.

Many of the sauces for steak on this website require some cookery skill and know how, but this garlic steak sauce is so easy to make that it is hard to believe it tastes this good. When you taste it, you will be amazed. I know that sounds as though I am exaggerating, but try it for yourself and you will see!

You will need:

  • Steak
  • vegetable oil or butter for frying
  • 200g butter for the sauce
  • 3 crushed garlic cloves
  • 80ml Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 lemon

garlic steak sauce

How to cook garlic steak sauce

First of all, you need to cook your steak. You can use any type of steak that you like.Fillet steak is obviously always nice, but it is an expensive cut, because it is so tender. Ribeye, sirloin and rump steak would all work just as well.

We are going to fry the steak for this recipe as it is probably the easiest method for cooking steak.

Heat some vegetable oil or butter in a hot frying pan. Then place your steak into the pan and and cook for about 2 minutes on each side for rare, 4 minutes on each side for medium and 6 minutes on each side for well done. Turn down the heat a bit after the first 4-6 minutes in order to prevent any burning of the steak.

When the sauces are done to your liking, it is really important that you leave them to rest for 5 minutes on a warm plate. This allows the muscle fibre to relax and will make your steak taste much more tender and juicy. It also gives you a change to make the garlic butter.

To make the garlic butter while the steak is resting, melt about 200g of butter in a saucepan and then add 3 crushed garlic cloves, 80ml of Worcestershire sauce and the juice of a lemon.

Cook it all for about 2 minutes, letting the ingredients thicken slightly and combine together.

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When you are ready, you can simply pour the sauce straight from the pan onto your steak and I guarantee that everyone will love this tasty garlic steak sauce.

It would go well with potatoes or fries, some salad (especially peppery rocket) and some fried tomatoes or fried mushrooms.



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