Recipe by Chef John
"Everyone knows that a minute steak is only as good as the pan sauce, and this recipes offers an ultra-simple barbeque butter sauce. There's only a small amount of butter, but the way it blends with the beef broth and barbeque sauce, the effect is amplified."
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2 (5 ounce)
boneless sirloin steaks
salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
1 1/2 tablespoons
hot pepper sauce
freshly ground black pepper
cold butter, or more to taste
I made this for dinner last night for my husband, and Mom and Dad who live next door. My husband wasn't too happy about me making it as he likes his steaks BBQ'd, but when we sat down for dinner he ate every bit of his and liked it really well. I have a hard time chewing steak, but this was very tender and was able to cut with a butter knife or even sometimes my fork. Dad isn't a steak eater at all so I cooked a chicken breast for him along with the steaks. On the video the chef said that by now we should be thinking of 17 different ways to change this sauce up and he was right. I decided to use a teriyaki sauce instead of BBQ sauce. It was an easy meal to make. Mom made twice baked potatos and a veggie and cantalope to go along with it. When we were all done there was one piece of steak and half the chicken breast left so I left it with my mom and it soaked in that wonderful sauce all night and day. She said tonight it was even better than last night. Dad said it was the best piece of chicken he's ever had! So I think next time I'm going to marinate the meat in the sauce for a few hours or up to overnight... or possibly sear off the meat and make the sauce in the afternoon and put it in my crockpot on low for a couple hours to soak in that wonderful sauce flavor.
Great recipe Chef John!! It's a keeper!
Didn't really care for the barbecue butter sauce. I guess it depends what specific ingredients you use, but I didn't like mine. The method for cooking the steak worked well. (I had some teriyaki sauce left over in the fridge, and I heated it and used it as a dipping sauce for the steak. That was great! Check out Teriyaki Marinade and Sauce by Celeste on this site. I used it for chicken originally, and now steak, but you can probably use it for shrimp as well.)
Very simple and delicious. I recommend you watch the video as well. Quick and yummy dinner.
I have made this three times. Each time I used a different sauce, A1, teriyaki, and Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue. I liked the barbecue the best. My cut of meat was called chuck tender steak and it worked perfectly. This a new favorite because everyone loved it. 5+ stars and by the way we do 2 minutes per side, anything less was too rare for our tastes.
absolutely wonderful and simple. I doubled the sauce and DH states I can triple it next time. He used it as a dipping sauce also. thanks for sharing.
I did this recipe w/ Ribeye & Angus Sirloin I really did the beating of the meat with meat tenderizer. I change the marinade used steak sauce instead of barbecue.. I also omitted the hot pepper sauce didn't want it spicy.. But overall the steaks came out great this was my first time cooking steak in a frying pan on top of the stove. The gravy came out perfect my brother-in-law thought it was steak sauce till he tasted it .
Can you say yum? My family can't because their mouths are so full!
Awesome & Easy. One suggestion, double the pan sauce .
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Minute Steaks with Barbeque Butter Sauce
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 198
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