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Bourbon Peppercorn Steak Sauce

Bourbon Peppercorn Steak Sauce created by bobpiccirilli

This recipe is based on parts, 1/2 part worsty, 1 part this and that and 2 parts whisky or bourbon, or rum, or cognac,... so it is very easy to increase the amount of servings and vary the flavor profile. If it sits overnight, the flavors really have time to blend and it's really good even if it's made while the steak cooks.

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  • Put peppercorns in sandwich bag, crack with hammer or shoe, whatever is on hand.
  • Place peppercorns in a bowl with butter, bourbon, maple syrup and worcestershire.
  • Microwave for 30 seconds, stir. Microwave again for 30 seconds, stir it again and repeat one more time. Cooking time will need to be increased with amount of servings. To cook on stovetop, bring to boil quickly, simmer on low for 5 minutes and turn off the heat. Store in fridge for next day use, reheat in microwave or simmer on low.
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@Bay Haven Inn
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@Bay Haven Inn
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"This recipe is based on parts, 1/2 part worsty, 1 part this and that and 2 parts whisky or bourbon, or rum, or cognac,... so it is very easy to increase the amount of servings and vary the flavor profile. If it sits overnight, the flavors really have time to blend and it's really good even if it's made while the steak cooks."
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  1. bobpiccirilli
    Bourbon Peppercorn Steak Sauce Created by bobpiccirilli
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  2. bobpiccirilli
    Awesome sauce for steaks and very easy to prepare
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  3. Bay Haven Inn
    This recipe is based on parts, 1/2 part worsty, 1 part this and that and 2 parts whisky or bourbon, or rum, or cognac,... so it is very easy to increase the amount of servings and vary the flavor profile. If it sits overnight, the flavors really have time to blend and it's really good even if it's made while the steak cooks.
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