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This sauce recipe was really easy and had nice flavor. It was a little thick for my taste. I might add less flour next time. Otherwise, we enjoyed it over Delmonico's. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny April 09, 2011

It was okay. Not the most visually appealing meal but it wasn't bad. I just ran out of onions so I substituted scallions. Also I did not even need to include salt. I used a good helping of grey pupon deli-horseradish mustard for the horseradish requirement. If I ever make this again I will definitely use less thyme and maybe chicken stock instead of beef broth. If you're one of those people who orders gravy steaks at diners then you will really like this.

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moe13a July 24, 2010

I did not care much for this recipe. For those that are very into casseroles, I'm sure you'll be very at home with it. I would add a bit more salt, and perhaps some cooking wine to the sauce, maybe a bit of oregano to spice things up a bit. Otherwise, I thought it was a bit bland.

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Chef Sam the Panamanian June 14, 2010

Great recipe. I'm a novice but followed this recipe exactly and the family loved it.

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jkadams44 May 20, 2010

This was really good! I did not have the horseradish or Dijon mustard so I used a couple of splashes of Worcestershire! Turned out great! There was a lovely sauce so I served some rice with it to soak it up! Very good!

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AnnaMarieCooking March 03, 2010

Sadly at 25 this was the first time I cooked a steak, (was vegan for yrs but married a carnivore) so I decided to make this for our anniversary. Over all it turned out pretty good for my first attempt. Sadly they were cheap steaks & had a lot of fat & the grvy made it hard to see& avoid. I thought the outside was browning (aka burnt) too fast so I turned it down, prob too soon, so I had to cook it in the gravy longer than directed. The gravy was really good but the mushroom/onion mix seemed to stop making "juices" sooner than directed again. Possibly bcuz I didn't have enough mushrooms. I'm gonna attribute my few faults as an error on my part, but will def be making this one again!

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TBigge February 05, 2010

Hubby's most ordered meal when we go out to a bistro or pub is medium rare steak with mushroom sauce. So I wanted to find a recipe to make for him tonight because he was working away and haven't seen him for a while. I use this recipe for the sauce but cooked the steak using Chef Flower's How Do I Make Grill Marks on a Steak?. I also used chicken stock instead of beef stock, so I could eat it as well (I don't eat red meat) and used lactose free cream so Little Miss (DD) would be able to eat it. Hubby said it was very delicious meal. Little Miss (DD) really enjoyed the meal. I really enjoyed the sauce over a grilled chicken breast. Served with saute potato and zucchini. Thank you KITTENCAL

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Chef floWer September 01, 2009

Oh, this was divine! We loved the sauce & the steak came out nice & tender. Served with Mediterranean Veggie Saute (France) & mashed potatoes for a lovely dinner on a cool evening. Made for ZWT5 by a Hell's Kitchen Angel.

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Heydarl May 31, 2009

Very good comfort food. I loved this as did the rest of my family. I served this with buttered noodles and a veggie. The sauce is rich rich rich and sooooo good. I will definately make this again and again, as it just screams "comfort food" to me. Thank you for posting another winner.

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mommyoffour March 24, 2009
Skillet Steak With Mushroom Sauce