Seared Sirloin With Sweet Balsamic Sauce
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- Ready In:
- 1 lb boneless sirloin steak, well trimmed, approximately 1 inch thick
- 1⁄4 cup water
- 1 tablespoon light soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- Over medium high heat, warm a nonstick skillet until it sizzles when water drops are dropped on it.
- Add the meat and cook for 4 minutes; turn and cook an additional 4 minutes or until beef is done.
- In a small bowl, combine the remaining ingredients; stir to blend and set aside.
- When the meat is done, place on cutting board and allow to rest while preparing the sauce.
- Add the sauce mixture to pan, bring to a boil over medium high heat and cook for 1 to 2 minutes, scraping bottom and sides of skillet to loosen any residue.
- Thinly slice the steak place on serving plate and top with sauce.
- Serve immediately.
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Paula another Winner! Used this sauce for DS homecoming steak dinner and he loved it!!! WOW and WOW! Such flavors from so few ingredients and such a quickie to make! I did use lots of carmelized onions (double) as we don't do mushrooms but love onions. I plan to use this sauce on a pork loin or chops as well. The flavors were robust but nor overpowering, you could roll the flavors around in your mouth with each bite but you tasted the steak first. Wonderful! Made for AUS/NZ Swap #44
Okay, so I made this dish, did the review, woke up this morning and glanced at the recipe and thought water? what water? I guess that's why I had to double all the other sauce ingredients to feel like there was enough sauce. It was good anyway. Probably a little stronger than it would have been if I were able to follow a 6 ingredient recipe. Any way, we loved it. My husband chopped up his caprese salad in little pieces and topped the meat with it and felt that it was even better that way. Thanks Paula.
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