Recipe by Jimmi
"Since this savory sauce uses beef broth, instead of the pan drippings, it can be made ahead. Add arrowroot only when ready to serve. I usually use white mushrooms; I have also used chanterelles."
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fresh sliced mushrooms
salt to taste
freshly ground black pepper
Wonderful sauce for steak B.B.Q. or broiled. My
sons loved it. Did not use arrowroot or tyme.
Replaced shallots with garlic. And consumme instead of beef broth.
Just wanted to try something different. This was a thin sauce, not bad, but nothing special. I prefer A-1 steak sauce (guests did too). If you grill a good steak, it really doesn't need to be hidden under a sauce like this.
Excellent and easy! Great way to impress company. Subbed 2x corn starch for Arrowroot since I had none. Worked GREAT.
I went searching for a sauteed mushroom recipe, and this is the one I decided to use. We cooked steaks and chicken on the grill, and it all went perfectly together. The shrooms were absolutely awesome. Will definitely use again and again. Next time I may use a little less broth because there was so much broth left over and not many shrooms.
Normally, I don't give 5 stars to recipes that I tweak. However, this was so well-received it warrants an exception. I added about a 1/4 cup of cream and doubled the cornstarch (no arrowroot) to thicken it up a bit. Served over chopped steak and smashed 'taters. This was SO good that my mother's husband, who is on hospice care and has zero appetite, cleaned his plate. The man is also a VERY critical foodie. He now says that I'm an excellent cook. Thank you, Jimmi. You made my dinner!
This sauce is great. I also exchanged chicken broth for the beef broth, and white wine. I served it with roasted chicken. It was really easy (I bought the chicken already roasted, and ready to go). It turned a simple dish into a great company or Sunday dinner. This recipe will stay in my box.
This a great recipe. I added a tablespoon of cornstarch to thicken it a little more.
I had mushrooms to use and was making pork and sauerkraut for New Years Day dinner so I made this to go on the pork roast. I changed it up by using white wine instead of red, chicken broth instead of beef, garlic instead of scallions and cornstarch instead of arrowroot. The sauce is fantastic. My DH practically licked the pan clean! I will be making this again, as written, for a beef dinner sometime soon!
* 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: 133
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