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    Sensational Steaks

    Forget those pricey steakhouses! You can have tender, juicy, savory steaks right in your very own kitchen with these fabulous recipes! And what's better than a relaxing meal at home? (Provided you don't set off the smoke alarms, causing the fire department to pay you a siren-filled visit while neighbors gather on their lawns to gossip.)
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    The boursin cheese makes this dish. You may substitute good quality garlic cream cheese, just add your favourite herbs and let sit over night for flavours to blend. mmmummmm You won't be sorry.

    Recipe #88017

    Recipe #30030

    My daughter got this recipe when she lived in El Paso and uses it with flank steak. The marinade is also great on chicken. We like to serve it with rice.

    Recipe #29984

    This savory flank steak marinade with soy sauce, garlic, sesame, and ginger makes for a good week night dinner because the flank steak is marinated ahead of time, marinate 4 hours to 2 days. Serve with a simple green salad and grilled vegetables. The recipe comes from Sunset.

    Recipe #97110

    This is a slightly altered version of Chicken Fried Steak that I got out of a cookbook. It is a really good recipe for the cheaper cuts of steak, because if the steak is a little on the tough side, you can return it back to the gravy and simmer until tender.

    Recipe #67995

    This is such a good way to fix a steak, it has its own sauce. This is good served with creamed potatoes.

    Recipe #103933

    Great steak--Mmmm.

    Recipe #111212

    If you're a real bleu cheese fan as we are, eyes will roll and drool will escape while you eat this dish, so wear a bib and don't eat this in front of potential in-laws. I suggest standing the filets at room temperature for 30 minutes and trimming them of fat before frying. For the sauce you'll need about 3 ounces of Roquefort cheese; If you can't get Roquefort, look for a very serious blue cheese, but it also has to be moist - some blue cheeses are just too dry; Do NOT get a blue cheese that looks as if it would crumble really well; We got a piece of Roquefort Vernieres which is manufactured directly by God in France.

    Recipe #108772

    6 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is a different way to serve your favorite steak. The sauce is wonderful. The original recipe is said to be French Cuisine by Debra Weber and I changed it some for us, so not sure if it is still considered French. Hope you enjoy

    Recipe #169934

    I saw this recipe on the Food Network and tried to write it down as closely as I can recall. Very simple to make and quick. I therefore did some experimenting and came up with, I am sure, the same method for cooking the Rib-Eye Steaks. These are the best steaks that I have made and I have made many others. Tender, succulent and so tasty.

    Recipe #164780

    Valentine's Day or any other day, this makes a romantic dinner for two. On Valentine's Day, try cutting some heart-shaped vegetables using a small heart-shaped pastry cutter and your vegetables of choice - butternut squash, carrot, white turnip, are all easy to use for this type of vegetable preparation. Simply slice the vegetable (use a Japanese mandoline if you have one) approximately one-eighth thick. Blanch in boiling, salted water for 60 seconds. Remove; cool down immediately and then cut out the heart shape vegetables. It is far easier to cut the vegetables with a heart-shaped cutter when they have been blanched. Toss them in a little melted butter in a non-stick pan for a couple of minutes. Season with salt and pepper, sprinkle with chopped parsley and arrange on your plate.

    Recipe #84752

    This is a recipe for Chicken Fried Steak, one of the staple foods of Texas. Like with fried chicken, folks in each family or restaurant tend to have their own little "secrets" to preparing Chicken Fried Steak, so you can play with the recipe a bit. But if it don't include the cream gravy, it ain't been prepared right and it ain't a "secret" worth keeping.

    Recipe #12316

    2 Reviews |  By TinTN

    Very easy yet so elegant. Perfect for company.

    Recipe #153460

    This steak is very very delicious and juicy. My mother says I have spoiled her and swears it is better than the "Outback Steakhouse." If you like tender, juicy steak here it is. Prep time includes an hour for marinating. The longer the better!! If you want to decrease serving size it is not necessary to decrease amount of marinade.

    Recipe #64805

    This recipe comes from the cookbook "Texas Blossoms". In order to get the full flavor marinate overnight. We like it served plain, but it's just as good served over buttered noodles. For rare only cook about 5 minutes and 10 minutes for well done. We also like to "kick it up" a bit and sprinkle with additional crushed red pepper after serving. You can mix it up the night before and you'll have dinner cooked the next night in no time - can't get any easier or quicker than that. Cook times include marinating time.

    Recipe #153939

    Great and easy! A nice way to prepare steak with vegetables. Use a combination of three peppers, if desired, just increase the other ingredients accordingly.

    Recipe #153197

    6 Reviews |  By brew

    Fabulous steak recipe that my father copied from a local Italian place that is an institution in St. Louis. This recipe is rich, but I promise you will love it. Cook time does not include steak cooking, as everyone likes theirs (at least in our family) to varying degrees of doneness. If you live in St. Louis and like provelone cheese, use that here. For the wine, use a fuller one like Chardonnay; Pinot Grisio and Blancos tend to be too light.

    Recipe #152591

    (Filet Mignon in Puff Pastry) I prefer not to eat out on Valentine's Day, hate fighting the crowds, the noise, the usually bad service because the restaurant is jam packed, the expense...could I have a little cheese with my "whine"? LOL! Here's what I made for the main course last year, and it was to DIE for. Almost too pretty to eat....almost! Enjoy!!! *Prep-time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #53949

    This is delicious and quite easy to prepare, I have even made this recipe using pork tenderloin, the sauce recipe can be doubled if desired, make sure to brown the meat on both sides this will contribute to the flavour of the dish and make certain to leave the steak sit out to almost room temperature so plan well ahead --- this is very good!

    Recipe #78289

    I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar on February 13, 2005.

    Recipe #7272

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