10 Reviews

I cut the recipe in half; it was perfect. Just what I was looking for. Who needs A1?! I used onion powder instead of minced onions; it was simply easier to do so tonight. Thanks for posting!

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HisPixie May 04, 2010

This was really good! The recipe was easy to cut in half. I added a few tablespoons to my ground meat mixture for burgers and they tasted great. Love your recipes Kittencal!

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Laura in Texas July 10, 2007

This sauce was perfect with the crow I had to eat for dinner (and of course with the NY Strip too). I do not like steak sauce, I don't use steak sauce, I don't buy or make steak sauce... and I am sure at least 100 people know I don't touch the stuff... well, I until now. I used my homemade spicy ketchup, imported mustard (instead of prepared) and organic cider vinegar. This was fabulous as a marinade. I made the sauce b/c it was an ingredient I needed for Nimrod Cook's Grilled Strip Steaks with Horseradish Guacamole I now believe that not all steak sauce ruins meat. Thanks Kitz! 10/20/06 - Update used it again in A-1 Pot Roast Chuck Steak and it was so yummy!

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NcMysteryShopper January 05, 2007

good stuff! I found that due to the vinegar within the ketchup and mustard,and the addition of vinegar made this sauce hair-raisingly snappy.I used a blender to mix the sauce after cooling,to incorporate the onion to a smoothe sauce rather than straining it.I also added between 8-10 packets of Sweet-N-Low to it while mixing, to level off the sharpness of the vinegar and used 1 teaspoon of garlic powder rather than fresh garlic.Quite tasty!!

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Joe Bob Mac August 08, 2005

I really loved this steak sauce. I had run out of the store bought kind so I thought I'd give this a try and I was happy I did. It isn't like A1, it has a little sweeter taste. Will make this again.. thank you!

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busy mom June 07, 2005

This is a winner. I can't buy steak sauce of any kind here in Belgium, so this recipe comes in real handy. I also used dijon mustard and Heinz Mexican ketchup-- nice and zippy! Thanks for posting.

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FlemishMinx January 30, 2005

When I made this sauce for my husband (a sauce man by nature:) ) the first thing to come out of his mouth was "Whoa... This is a 5'er". I used Spicy Mexican Ketchup and old fashioned Dijon style mustard and it came out delicious. Thank you Kittencal for posting this recipe!

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- Carla - January 14, 2005

This is a great little recipe for steak sauce. I ran out of A1 for my special hearty burgers, and using this to substitute saved them!! It was very easy to make and cheaper to use than the store bought sauces. I agree that it's tangy, but that is something my husband and I love about it. Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe!

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xoxo*Steph July 05, 2004

My family gave this one the thumbs up. They said it's the best they've every tasted and for this bunch that is for sure high praise! Thanks for a new family tradition!!! Nancy

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Nancy Sneed December 20, 2003

We liked this sauce very much. We used it on spinach meatloaf, and will use it as a marinade. Tangy flavor, better and cheaper than A1. A little time consuming to put together, but if it's good sauce you need, try this one. Thanks for sharing. :)deb

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deb12 October 08, 2003
Steak Sauce