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Take A Delicious Step Back in Time: Steak Diane

‘When it comes to steak, keep it simple’.

I do agree, because just a generous amount of sea salt and ground pepper can turn your steak into a juicy, butter-soft one. Salt really is steak’s best friend (or should be everyone’s best friend).

But if you are craving for something retro, Steak Diane is ready for a comeback.

Impress your carnivorean friends with this recipe adapted from Souvlaki For The Soul.


DifficultyBeginner

Yields2 Servings
Cook Time20 mins

 200 g Steak (I used Diced Wagyu Beef)
 25 g Butter
 1 Shallot (finely diced)
 60 ml Cream
 2 tbsp Brandy
 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
 1 tbsp Parsley (freshly chopped)
 1 pinch Salt and pepper

1

Cook the steak according to your liking and set aside.

2

In the same pan you cooked the steak, add the butter and allow to melt over medium heat. Add the diced shallots and fry for a few mins until translucent. Add the cream, brandy, Worcestershire sauce and allow the mixture to come to a quicky boil. Add the parsley, salt and peppers, stir and place the steaks in the sauce to coat.

3

Serve immediately.

Ingredients

 200 g Steak (I used Diced Wagyu Beef)
 25 g Butter
 1 Shallot (finely diced)
 60 ml Cream
 2 tbsp Brandy
 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
 1 tbsp Parsley (freshly chopped)
 1 pinch Salt and pepper

Directions

1

Cook the steak according to your liking and set aside.

2

In the same pan you cooked the steak, add the butter and allow to melt over medium heat. Add the diced shallots and fry for a few mins until translucent. Add the cream, brandy, Worcestershire sauce and allow the mixture to come to a quicky boil. Add the parsley, salt and peppers, stir and place the steaks in the sauce to coat.

3

Serve immediately.

Steak Diane

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