Recipe by Ron Shepherd
"This is a steak sauce similar to my favorite brand. Great on steaks, burgers, even fries!"
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1 1/4 cups
prepared yellow mustard
1 1/2 tablespoons
apple cider vinegar
hot pepper sauce (e.g. Tabasco™)
ground black pepper
Very tasty sauce! Now, I have to admit, I think "steak sauce" is an insult to a good steak, but what I was having tonight wasn't good steaks, it was some super thin cuts of round that I would be frying and with that, I like steak sauce. I'm out of both steak sauce and money to buy steak sauce so I found this recipe and had all the ingredients so I whipped it up. I'm eating it now and loving it! My only change was to use spicy brown mustard because I'm out of plain yellow. Thanks for cracking the steak sauce code! (And fyi for some reviewers: It doesn't taste just like A-1, or 57, because it's NOT either one of those things, but it IS very tasty.)
Pretty good but I wont stop buying A1 - still looking for the perfect recipe.
this right here is the best steak sauce recipe i have had in a long time!!
My husband really loved this sauce and it was so easy to make! It's also so simple to adjust the quantities, and make it more spicy!!
4 stars because my kids turned up their noses & demanded A1. This was very simple to make. The only changes that I made was to add an extra tbsp of Worsterchire and I also added about 1/2 tsp of liquid smoke. This a good steak sauce & I plan on keeping it around.
A quick and easy last minute sauce. Tastes great, and with simple ingredients you're likely to have them on hand.
A real emergency in the house tonight - for Hubs, not for me. For him eating a steak without A-1 is like, hmmmm, for me eating a cheeseburger without pickles and sauteed onions. The Worcestershire gave it the A-1 flavor and the vinegar the appropriate tang. And, as always, in consideration of his sensitive innards, I left out the hot sauce. It won't make him a convert from his A-1 (his fault, by the way, for not writing it on the grocery list as it ran low!), but it sure was a lifesaver for his steak in a pinch.
Very good! Easy to make, had all the ingredients on hand. I'm not a big fan of hot sauce though so I left that out.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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