This is a really tasty balsamic mushroom sauce for steak recipe. Our thanks go to Irene Linna for the tasty idea of using mushrooms and balsamic vinegar to make this brilliant sauce.
The first thing that you need to do is choose and cook your steaks. As always, choice of cut is down to personal preference, but rump or sirloin steak would go well with this sauce, as would ribeye.
Cook the steak in a frying pan to your own taste – rare, medium or well done – in the normal way.
Once cooked as you like it, put the steak into a warm bowl and let it rest while you make the sauce.
Melt some butter in the warm frying pan and once it is foaming, put in some mushrooms and some chopped onions. Cook them altogether for about 4 minutes until the mushrooms have browned a bit. Then put them into the bowl with the steak to keep warm for a bit longer.
Now you need to add some balsamic vinegar and soy sauce to the pan and scrape all the tasty brown bits from the bottom of the pan! Add about 1 tablespoon of soy sauce and about 100ml of balsamic vinegar. Stir in a little bit of flour to thicken the sauce and then put the steak, mushrooms and onions back into the pan and mix it altogether for 30 seconds.
You should now have created one of the nicest sauces for steak imaginable and will enjoy this delicious meal.
A mushroom sauce for steak is one of most delicious sauces for steak that can be made.
The earthy, creamy taste of a good mushroom sauce is amazing and compliments a juicy, tender steak every time.
This is a one of the very best sauces for steak and simple to make too.
First, heat some butter in a pan until it is frothing nicely.
Then add 150g of sliced button mushrooms (any type of mushroom will be OK really). Fry the mushrooms until they are lightly browned and look delicious.
Now add about 150ml of thick cream, some salt and some pepper and heat the sauce through for about 5 minutes. Your pan should be on a medium heat and you need to be careful not to boil the sauce too much. Just a gentle simmer is perfect.
Let the sauce reduce by about half and then add a crushed garlic clove and simmer for 1 more minute.
Then you will be able to enjoy this delicious mushroom sauce for steak.
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.
Put your steak into a hot frying pan 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.
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 and then simply pour over your cooked steaks.
Mushroom Sauce is a classic accompaniment for steak. This mushroom sauce recipe is simple to make and delicious to eat.
Put your steak into a frying pan 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.
Then set the steak aside on a warm plate to rest.
Melt some butter and oil in the frying pan and add half an onion and a couple of chopped cloves of garlic. Fry until these have softened a bit.
Then add your chopped mushrooms and fry gently until they are cooked – a minute or 2.
Add half a glass of red wine and half a glass of beef stock and boil the mixture until it thickens and reduces.
Now you can pour this over your steak and enjoy a delicious steak and mushroom sauce.
Steak Diane Sauce is one of the classic sauces for steak which will amaze your friends and make you feel like a professional chef. This recipe is inspired by a recipe made by Gordon Ramsay, but you don’t have to swear at everyone in the kitchen while you are making it!
Place your steak into a hot frying pan 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.
Then set the steak aside on a warm plate and let them rest.
Add a tablespoon of olive oil and a knob of butter to the frying pan and keep it on a medium heat.
Once the butter has melted, add a handful of chopped mushrooms and some chopped onions. Add a spoonful of mustard and Worcestershire sauce and mix it all together.
Then for the exciting bit! Add a ladleful of brandy to the pan and watch the flames rise – be careful and stand back. This allows the sauce to get the flavour of the brandy without the alcohol.
When the flames disappear, you can add 100ml of single cream and heat it through, stirring well.
Add the steak to the sauce for a minute or so and then serve it all together.
Steak Diane is a very spectacular meal which will wow anyone that you serve it to. It is not one of the simple sauces for steak so make sure that you are careful not to burn it – just concentrate as you are making the meal and all will be well.
Good quality blue cheese can be used to make an amazing sauce for your steak. This is a reasonably simple recipe which will lead to a wonderful meal.
In a saucepan, add about 100g of crumbled blue cheese, 3 chopped garlic cloves and a teaspoon of crushed pepper. Gently heat until the cheese has melted.
Then remove the pan from the heat and keep warm.
Now fry your steak pieces. 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.
Then you set your steak aside and keep them warm to let them rest.
Scrape any tasty brown bits from the pan into your cheese sauce, warm it up again gently and then pour the sauce over your steak.
You can now enjoy a delicious blue cheese sauce with your steak.
This is a very simple recipe to make cheese sauce for steak.
You can experiment with the sauce by using any type of cheese that you enjoy – it is great with cheddar, blue cheese or any think else that you like.
Simply place 100g of butter, 100g of your chosen cheese and (optional) a tablespoon of chives into a pan and warm over a low heat. Simmer the combination for about 3 minutes and then pour immediately over your steak.
This sauce for steak can also be used with other meals like fish, chicken or burgers.