"A decadent sauce for steak, also great for dipping French bread." — BREINN
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portobello mushrooms, diced
1 1/2 cups
chopped fresh basil
This was wonderful! I too added a bit of onion and garlic and used evaporated milk instead of cream. Seasoned salt and freshly ground pepper gave a bit more flavor. My husband loved it!
This was ok. I was looking for a recipe that tasted like Steak Diane, one of my favorite dishes. This sauce looked just like it, but the taste fell short. It was a little too sweet, and I reduced the wine by more than half. I even added 2 cloves of garlic, season salt and garlic powder and it was still too sweet.
This was a great recipe but I felt it needed more because I was serving it over pasta. So when I was melting the butter I added two shallots and two cloves of garlic. Also, I used fresh chives as well as fresh basil and dried basil as well. Salt and fresh ground pepper also added a nice touch. Overall, I would say this is definitely something you should make if you want your husband to look at you like you are a domestic goddess:)
I've tried this sauce a few times with beef - wonderful!! Especially with the addition of plenty of shallots and a touch of fresh garlic. The only issue I ever had was that the sauce turned out with a pink/purple hue to it when using the red port. But I ran across a white port and decided to use that in this recipe instead. I served it with sauteed boneless chicken breast filets and, although the white port is a bit lighter than the red, it was absolutely fabulous!! My husband and guests loved it!! What a wonderful and versitile recipe for both chicken and beef!!
Man, this recipe is to die for!!! I really think if your sauce is sweet or too strong - you did not reduce it enough. I was making the same mistake and my husband came in and brought it up to a rolling boil (which the recipe does not tell you to do) to cook off more of the alcohol and then we turned it back down to a simmer. It truly made all the difference!!! Very rich flavor - I would give it 10 stars if I could!!!
Wonderful sauce to serve over Filet Mignon! I add in all sorts of mushrooms, whatever looks good at market...shiitake, oyster, along with portobello!
My family love this sauce over steak, particularly as my husband can no longer eat onions. I have also added a bit more cream and added this to pasta which makes a delicious creamy mushrom sauce.
This was awesome. I used this with a tenderloin. I used fresh portobello mushrooms that we grew. Wouldn't change anything. Even my husband liked it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Portobello Mushroom Sauce
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 251
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