Peppered Steak With 5 Star Gourmet Steak Sauce

"This is so nice your mouth will still be watering after you finish it. Do not buy shop made pepper steak; the homemade pepper steak is so much better. A must try."
 
Peppered Steak With 5 Star Gourmet Steak Sauce created by Sackville
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20mins
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directions

  • SAUCE-----------------.
  • Place the oil in the bottom of a saucepan.
  • Cook the diced tomatos in saucepan on low heat.
  • Continually stir them.
  • Add pepper and salt early on in the cooking of the tomatoes.
  • When the tomatoes are nearly cooked add the dry sherry.
  • Now leave the tomatoes for 1 min so that all the sherry is absorbed in the tomatoes.
  • Add the tomato sauce and stir in and then add the paprika.
  • Add the water slowly so that the thickness is what you desire.
  • Serve on top of steak or as part of a fancy dish.
  • PEPPERED STEAK--------------.
  • Beat the egg so that the yolk is blended in with the white.
  • Dip the steak piece by piece into the egg.
  • Then cover the steak with the peppercorns.
  • Place the steak onto high heat for 30 seconds each side and then reduce heat and cook until it is how you like it.
  • Once cooked place on a plate.
  • Generously pour the sauce over the steak and garnish with a bit of fresh parsley.
  • Serve and enjoy.
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  1. mark_s_parsons
    I loved it
     
  2. refahn
    nice
     
  3. Alex Yau
    This steak was awesome! It was quite easy to make and my family LOVED IT!!! Although 4 tablespoon a little bit too much, it was still excellent. 5v5
     
  4. oldbern
    This turned out to be very good. We subbed a few things in the sauce, but got close to the same results.
     
  5. nicholas.perkins
    Was delish! Great recipe. I also tried adding some tobasco (for a little kick) and onions and a bit of garlic (fried in the pan for a bit before the tomatoes). Easy and quick to make and great result, especially with fillet steak!
     
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