A1 Steak Sauce ( Clone - Copycat - Homemade Substitute )

"If you run out of A1, here's a good clone. A-1 is a brand name steak sauce."
 
A1 Steak Sauce  ( Clone - Copycat - Homemade Substitute ) created by Boomette
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  • Bring to a boil for 2 minutes stirring.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Allow to cool to lukewarm.
  • Put mixture in a blender till it is pureed.
  • Pour in bottle.
  • Cap tightly and refrigerate to use within 90 days.
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  1. Michael Weston
    NOT a copy of A1 steak sauce. It tasted vaguely similar, yet most certainly not close enough to call it a copy. If one looks at the ingredient list for genuine A1 steak sauce, it is no wonder this recipe is no match: Tomato Puree (Water, Tomato Paste) Distilled Vinegar Corn Syrup Salt Raisin Paste Spices And Herbs Crushed Orange Peel Dried Garlic And Onion Caramel Color Potassium Sorbate (To Preserve Freshness) Xanthan Gum The primary ingredient in the genuine article is tomatoes, yet the author's recipe has very little tomato in it.
     
  2. chefartie2001_18424
    Way too much orange zest and no kick, But I did get the color and texture, If you have none of the ingredients handy just go out and buy a bottle, It would be cheaper !
     
  3. belfastbailey
    Okay, I have read these reviews and also the ingredient list. I DO WHOLEHEARTEDLY believe that this may be a very viable recipe...for HEINZ 57 sauce...not A-1. I think the author has confused her numbers here. I call this a beautiful landing...at the wrong airport. If you are looking for Heinz 57, this may be the one you're looking for, but I found NOTHING in the ingredient list to lead me to believe you will get anything remotely resembling A-1 from this.
     
  4. DaGrinch
    I agree wholeheartedly with ChefWantABe. This tastes NOTHING like A-1. No spicy kick, no saltiness, not even the deep brown color. I'd love to hear from those that gave this 5 stars and see what they did differently, if anything. I only gave this one star since it was so easy to fix.
     
  5. ChefWantABe
    I thought this sauce was very orange-y like and although it was good it didn't taste like A-1.I see how some of the points were reminiscent of A-1 it needed more of a savory/salty note.Would be a great sauce for dipping.The two stars is because it tasted good but lacked being of A-1..ness.
     
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