Mushroom Steak

"Recipe from Aust Meat Corp"
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  • Heat a heavy based pan on high.
  • Brush oil onto both sides of steak.
  • To seal, cook steak 2-3 minutes each side. Turn when juices appear on uncooked side.
  • Note: Steak thickness determines cooking time. As a guide: Rare remove after sealing; reduce heat for medium and cook and extra 2-3 minutes each side; Well done, 4-6 minutes each side.
  • Test steak by pressing with tongs. Rare feels string. Medium has some resistance. Well done feels quite firm.
  • Remove from heat, rest while making sauce. Add onion, mushrooms to any pan juices. Cook 1 minute. Add worcestershire sauce and stock.
  • Bring to a boil, stirring constantly until slightly thickened. Add cornstarch in a little water to this mixture if it doesn't become thick enough.
  • Add parsley and any juices from rested steak.

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  1. lazyme
    Yummy meal. I used a New York steak and smothered it with the mushrooms and sauce. Thanks for sharing this nice keeper, Lynn.
  2. Diana Adcock
    Love this recipe! The mushrooms are a lot like Werewolves of Lundon, which we love. This comes together fast and easy for a delicious steak! Made for Susies World Tour 2018.
  3. NorthwestGal
    This was super delicious. It's really easy to prepare, too. The mushroom topping really make the steak delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipe, Lavender Lynn. Made for Susie's World Tour 2018 (Australia).
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  4. K9 Owned
    GREAT recipe! We only made 1 steak (we always split a steak) but I do love mushrooms so kept the recipe the same. I was concerned that it would be too salty with the worchestershire and the broth but it was spot on! Thank you for posting! Made for Susie's World Tour
  5. Baby Kato
    Lavender, this was just delicious, we really enjoyed it. What a joy this sirlion steak was bbq, it was so quick and easy to make with terrific results. I choose this recipe to make for the Great Barbie Gluten Free Challenge- Austalia/New Zealand. It was easy to adapt, I used homemade beef stock and made sure that I used a gluten free Worcestershire sauce (used Lea & Perrins - aged 18 months ) I also omitted the cornstarch (personal preference only) Thanks for sharing another new family favorite. Made for the Fearless Red Dragons - ZWT8 - Australia.



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