Recipe by MICHELLE0011
"Delicious and romantic dinner for 2."
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1 (14 ounce)
salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
reduced-sodium beef broth
chopped fresh rosemary
coarse-grained Dijon mustard
I made this for my husbands birthday and may I say, we both fell in love with it! I added just a little extra wine but it was so yummy. I had extra sauce and have put it over chicken and potatoes. Thank you for posting this and I am going to make it tonight for dinner. We are excirted to eat tonight.
My fiance and I received two steaks from his brothe-in-law and decided tonight that we wanted to make them. So I looked up recipes and this one came up. It sounded good to both of us, so we decided to give it a try. My fiance was adament that he be allowed to make the steaks so I let him.
Neither of us really cared for the sauce. He didn't like the rosemary and I thought there was too much mustard. So I did some revising to better suit our tastes. After that I thought it was just fine. But all he tasted was the rosemary. So if we make this again we just won't put the rosemary in at all.
After fixing the sauce, I believe I really would've enjoyed eating this. Except my fiance over-salted the steaks so I couldn't even eat it without the sauce.
Overall, I didn't find it that great. But if we decided to make this again, I'll definitely be the one cooking it.
Amazing, we added mushrooms to the sauce but that was it!
This was delicious! Rave reviews from my family! I made a few changes to suit my tastes.
First, I made it into a marinade in order to grill my steaks. I know T-bones are tender already, but this made them even better!
For 4 steaks, I added 3/4 cup red wine, 1/4 pomegranate balsamic vinegar. This added a slight fruitiness that was yummy! I'm sure any fruit vinegar would work. I reduced the broth to 2 cups total. In addition to the other ingredients I added a heaping spoonful of garlic. Marinated the steaks for 6 hours or so then grilled. I also boiled the remaining marinade and added a cornstarch-flour mixture to thicken.
I had some left over t-bone meat, and used this recipe for the sauce. When I tasted the sauce in the pan, it was a little strong for my taste, but drizzled over the meat, it added some really nice flavor. Would use again.
This was a very good recipe and very easy to make! My t-bone may have been a little thicker but it took longer than the time on the recipe to get to medium-rare. I will definitely make again.
I used NY strip steaks instead. It was good, will make it again.
AMAZING dish. It poured on my anniversary and I'd planned to cook my hubby some steaks outdoors, so last mI inute a friend suggested pan-searing it indoors. I've always used a grill for steaks. She pulled up this recipe for me and I twirked it with what I had on hand. Delicious. I altered the recipe to feed SIX, but didn't have the amount of broth needed. I had maybe 1/2 cup of ham juice (frozen) on hand, so that's what I used. I was really unsure of how this would turn out because ham and steak just doesn't sound like it would mix, but I'm glad I tried it. It's a new family favorite and was SO easy to cook. My t-bones were big and it took them about 10-15 minutes per side to get them medium-well. The 3-4 minutes suggested would have left them rare.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pan-Seared T-Bone for Two with Rosemary Mustard Sauce
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 237
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