Rosemary Balsamic Reduction

"This sauce is recommended over beef tenderloin, but would also be great over lamb, pork or even grilled veggies!!! This sauce can be prepared ahead of time and simply warmed up in the microwave when it's time to serve. Fast and easy. Recipe from Dierberg's Everybody Cooks Sept 2002 edition."
 
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Ready In:
14mins
Ingredients:
4
Yields:
1/2 cup
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, heat oil.
  • Add shallots and cook 1-2 min until soft.
  • Stir in vinegar and rosemary and cook 10 minutes or until reduced to approx 1/2 cup.

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Reviews

  1. Tisme
    My son has been wanting me to make this for him for months. Finally tonight I bought some T-Bone steaks and decided to make this recipe to go with them. I used a good balsamic vinegar, and when half reduced I tasted it (wow takes your breathe away!!) I added about 1 teaspon or a little more or brown sugar ( I thought it might be a little tart) and WOW .... even though it was still a little thin it didnt matter, DS adored it! DH liked it but DS thought it was fantastic! This is on his menu from now on, for me to make! lol Actualy, I am not a big meat eater so I had baked tomatoes for dinner and poured just a little of this sauce over them, half way through the baking.................YUM! Thanks January Bride a very easy sauce and fantastic recipe!
     
  2. Mandy
    Loved it, we had ours on steak, now the balsamic I used didn't really thicken up as I thought it would but I poured it over our steak with onions and the taste was divine anyhow, a winner with DH & me too. Thanks for posting, will have steak with this more often.
     
  3. JustJanS
    I reduced this right down, but felt it was still a bit tart. Maybe using a better balsamic would give better results. I am going to do that as I like the idea of this quick solution for a sauce. We ate this over lamb back straps.
     
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