Recipe by JEM199
"Gorgonzola cheese in a garlicky butter sauce that is easy yet impressive. Tastes just like that yummy sauce that restaurants serve over gilled chicken and steak."
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crumbled Gorgonzola cheese
green onion, minced
fresh ground black pepper to taste
I've used this easy sauce twice. First time, it separated, and no one cared because it's all garlic, cheese, butter and green onions, so it has to be good. The second time, I used more cheese, less butter. It did not separate, it was delish again and it couldn't be easier with steak or roast beef.
This tasted ok, but seperated completely. I could have just as easily put butter in the pasta and then put gorgonzola on top. Kind of upset me since I made pasta with steak for my anniversary and was hoping this would be a good sauce on top. I tried adding extra gorgonzola and even a little flour like someone else said. Nothing helped. Next time I will just make an alfredo type of sauce and add gorgonzola to it.
This sauce had great flavor, but I had to double the amount of gorgonzola to get a sauce that was creamy rather than oily. Next time I'll start by reducing the amount of butter to 2 tablespoons.
I served this with ribeye steak and my company was very impressed. It was fabulous. Make sure you use good, imported gorganzola.
My husband loved this! It was full of flavor and complemented our steaks nicely. I used 2.5 T of butter, 4 T of gorgonzola, 1 T of minced garlic (from the jar), approx 1/2 tsp of black pepper and approx 1/2 tsp of nutmeg.
This recipe was quick, easy and tasted wonderful! I added cooked, ground Italian sausage to it, doubled the garlic and served over pasta.
I've used this sauce many times and I love it!! I like mine with less butter, and the amount of cheese depends on my mood ;) Sometimes I thin it out with milk or cream. This one is a keeper, thank you!
This sauce was really good. It was a little runny to put over pasta (I like it a little creamier) so I just added a bit of flour to it. I also added some sun-dried tomatoes to it as well. Delish!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 92
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