Steak Flambe Moutarde
This is a great recipe for company.
- Ready In:
- 1 lb sirloin tip steak (cut into 4 serving size pieces)
- 6 tablespoons butter
- 1⁄4 cup brandy
- 1⁄2 cup whipping cream
- 3 tablespoons Dijon mustard
- 2 tablespoons low-fat sour cream (we cut the calories where we can)
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
- Pound pieces of steak between pieces of waxed paper to 1/2" thickness. In a large skillet, heat butter & saute sirloins for 2 minutes. Turn & season with salt & pepper. Cook to desired degree of doneness (2 minutes each side for rare). Pour brandy over steaks; stand back & using a fireplace match (or something with a long handle) ignite. When the flames die, transfer steaks to warm serving platter.
- Add whipping cream, mustard, sour cream & Worcestershire sauce to juices in pan. Cook & stir until heated through. Pour sauce over steaks & serve.
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This was my first time for myself to do a flambe. It was fun but my flame was gone so quick. I made a sirloin tip for my DD and I had a rib eye (my favorite) I grilled mine on the BBQ with just a few spices that I always use for steak. Then I put the steaks in the skillet with the butter and continued with the rest of the recipe. The flavor was absolutely delicious and blended so well together. Thanks for posting a great recipe Jackie.Reply
Delish!! I made exactly as posted, using flat-iron steaks. I am disappointed that my flambe did not seem to flame as long as everybody else's, but the end result was superb. This made a LOT of mustard sauce, which was great the next day eaten cold with leftover steak. Thanks for posting this winner! Made for ZWT5 by a Groovy GastroGnome from one Jackie to another!Reply
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