Monkeygland Sauce for Steak

Monkeygland Sauce for Steak created by Bokenpop aka Mad

This is another favourite restaurant item in South Africa. This piquant sauce has a rather off-putting name but nothing to do with monkeys, I promise!

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  • Heat oil in a heavy bottomed pot and saute onions and garlic until soft.
  • Add remaining ingredients and simmer for 30 minutes.
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"This is another favourite restaurant item in South Africa. This piquant sauce has a rather off-putting name but nothing to do with monkeys, I promise!"
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  1. boat_girl
    Awesome!!! Goes great on just about anything! We had it on hamburgers and then on grits the next morning:)
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  2. Ailsa of New Zealand
    I've known of the recipe for years. Just got round to making it from your recipe. Hubby and I are so glad I did. Loved it on our steak. Now thinking of what else to have it on. Thanks Ailsa
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  3. helenh
    Thank you for a really great recipe. I decided to substitute the tomatoes for a tin of mexican style tomatoes and left off the tabasco sauce, it was quite a bit spicier than the typical restaurant sauce (due to my substitutions I am sure) but DH thought it was great and insisted that the recipe be added to the file IMMEDIATELY!
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  4. helenh
    Thank you for a really great recipe. I decided to substitute the tomatoes for a tin of mexican style tomatoes and left off the tabasco sauce, it was quite a bit spicier than the typical restaurant sauce (due to my substitutions I am sure) but DH thought it was great and insisted that the recipe be added to the file IMMEDIATELY!
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  5. christie
    SO YUMMY!!!! The initial name for this sauce put me off but after my husband made it I couldn't get enough of it! As it simmers down the flavours develop and intensify and just become one fabulous immulsion. We added bacon at the very start with the onion and used wine vinegar and gooseberry chutney. Thank you so much for a truly delicious sauce!!! Oh my goodness!!! We had this again tonight and the flavour was even better. We had it on lamb chops and baked potatoes. Fantastic!!!
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