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This is a wonderfully quick recipe to make. Like other reviews not a traditional Diane recipe but it takes half the time to make and is still yummy. I also changed amounts for our taste and I was making it for three large steak fillets. I also added dash of balsamic vinegar and a tablespoon of brandy and a little stock. I only added the extra ingredients as I was serving over such a good cut of steak and wanted it to be a little richer. I made as directed, up until adding the extra ingredients, so I could taste the sauce as it was meant to be prepared and I will be making again, because like you said in your note above this would be excellent for BBQ steaks or burgers. It tastes wonderful and you can have it made up in no time at all. Thanks for sharing!!
This was a very nice sauce and we enjoyed it a lot. Not quite a Diane sauce but very tasty. I didnt have light sour cream so I used regular and dried parsley instead of fresh. Served this over ground sirloin burgers and served with sauteed mushroom and baked potatoes. Thank you Sarah! for posting!
I made this to go with hamburgers for dinner. It was really delicious! Not an authentic Diane sauce but very very good. I did modify slightly as I tasted as I added more "Stuff". Basically I doubled the amount of tomato sauce, added a dash of balsamic vinegar and subbed natural yoghurt for the sour cream. I think I also added more mustard to taste. So my suggestion is a great basis just taste to add ingredients to get the right taste for you. Thanks!
A really good quick way to do Diane Sauce. It's not quite as tasty as the full-blown recipes but much healthier and quicker to prepare so I thought it deserved 5 stars on those points. I didn't have any Dijon so substituted a wholegrain mustard which worked really well and added to the appearance.