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Do You have a Favorite Steak Sauce Recipe?

 
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Usually we fix our steaks and pork chops on the grill.  I like my steaks with a mushroom and butter sauce.




Until I started looking at steak sauce recipes, I never realized there were so many different ways to make steak sauce.




The basic ingredients are really varied from wine, mayonnaise, mustard, and tomato sauce.  

Then there are mushrooms, pesto, onions, garlic, etc.




Are the same sauces good for both beef steaks and pork chops?

Do you have a favorite steak sauce recipe?  What kind of steak sauce do you like?


 
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This post deserves a reply. Of course the term recipe is pretty questionable, but everytime I put this together it is different.  Just about everything I cook involves  onions.  So saute onions.  A couple of cups of ketchup .  I sometimes add some BBQ sauce.  Mustard. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, hot sauce ( I like Tennessee Sunshine),  CHARDONNAY.
 
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We marinate the steak in Guinness. Once the steaks are removed the beer is cooked down with onions, garlic, mushrooms and literally whatever we have that would work.
 
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Years ago I had something served with a white sauce that I really like.

I saw this on a cooking show so maybe this is the one:

Ingredients

1 cup mayonnaise

1/4 cup white vinegar

3 tablespoons lemon juice

1 tablespoon honey

2 teaspoons prepared horseradish

1 teaspoon onion powder

1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Kosher salt



Directions

Whisk together the mayonnaise, vinegar, lemon juice, honey, horseradish, onion powder, pepper and salt to taste in a medium bowl.



https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/white-bbq-sauce-alabama-style-3339217





 
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Although its not really your traditional steak sauce, my family really loves hawaii beef sauce with steak. It's a bit different than traditional recipes, but it has a strong kick to it, especially with soy sauce, and oyster sauce.

https://theexpertguides.com/food/beef-broccoli-recipe-hawaii/
 
 
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Salt and pepper, if it needs more I really don't want it!
 
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I'm a huge fan of Chimichurri Sauce, a meat-lovers' green herb sauce from Argentina.  It's a mixture of very finely minced parsley, oregano, garlic, oil, vinegar, salt and pepper.  I've substituted cilantro for all or part of the parsley (I think it's divine, but I used to despise cilantro's flavor, so I understand if you think that's an awful idea), and some use red chili flakes for the pepper part of the recipe (sometimes I do, sometimes I don't).  I make it easy by using garlic powder (and onion powder, if I'm feeling it that day) instead of chopping fresh, although I've done it that way too.   I've even gone rogue and added grated parmesan to it on occasion, just for variety.

There are loads of recipes on the internet, but I just think of it as a tiny green salad, and mix to proportions that suit my taste.

Here's a pic that goes along with  Courtney's Sweets Chimichurri Recipe:  
 
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