Recipe by DIERDREM
"Whiskey, bacon, mustard, and rosemary come together to make a rich and flavorful pan-fried beef dish."
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beef round steak, 1 inch thick
salt and pepper to taste
sweet-hot mustard, divided
olive oil, or as needed
chopped fresh rosemary
Nice recipe to dress up round steak.
re: dry vs. fresh - for most herbs you should always cut the measure at least in half if you use dry (there are exceptions). Rosemary is strong anyway (and can be a bit chewey) - so if you haven't cooked with it before it's probably best to reduce it a bit further than that the first time.
The sauce was really bitter, not really sure why, but had to add a lot of brown sugar. The mustard/garlic mix came off in the pan Made it work, but won't make again.
I didn't want to pan fry the steak, so I used the sauce as a marinade, and grilled them on the grill. This was one of the best steaks I have had in years. I used flat-iron steaks and marinated them in the sauce for 5 hours before grilling. Better than the steaks I have had in steak houses!! The entire family loved them.
I made this a couple months ago and just haven't gotten around to rating it. I thought the flavors were really unique and amazing. The flavor is really strong though so it's one of those recipes you'll either love or hate. Didn't have bacon and was still good without it.
I'd rate the recipe, as written using round steak, a four...the sauce was definitely 5 star though. It was soo good that you didn't even care if your meat was rather tough but next time, I'll save the round steak for a crockpot recipe & top a N.Y. Strip w/ this delicious sauce. The only changes I made to the recipe were cutting back just a tad on the mustard in the sauce (I didn't have sweet/spicy mustard so I added a bit of honey to spicy brown mustard) & I used real bacon bits instead of frying bacon. I did cook my steaks in just a little bacon grease though. Will have the sauce again on a better cut of meat...thanks!
I substituted tequilla for the whiskey and left out the brown sugar. It was great.
This was my first time ever cooking steak and I made it perfectly. The only thing I thought it needed was a bit more of a sauce but less mustard taste. I was expecting it to be different than it was but it still turned out wonderfully! Great recipe!!!
The sauce was a great combination of flavors. It was good on the round steak we used, but I think a better cut of steak would really make this a wow dish. I could've just eaten the sauce with a spoon. ;-)
* 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: 224
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