Warm Gorgonzola Sauce

"Drizzle this sauce over steak or with your next prime rib dinner, you will think your dining in heaven, I have even served this with roast pork --- this sauce is at it's best served warm so prepare just before eating."
photo by ChefShan photo by ChefShan
photo by ChefShan
photo by Sandi From CA photo by Sandi From CA
photo by Sandi From CA photo by Sandi From CA
photo by Sandi From CA photo by Sandi From CA
Ready In:
2 1/2 cups (approx)




  • In a small heavy saucepan melt butter.
  • Add in flour and whisk 1 minute.
  • Gradually whisk in cream, wine and chicken broth; boil until the mixture is thick enough to coat the spoon (about 1 minute).
  • Add in crumbled Gorgonzola and stir/whisk until the cheese is melted and smooth and the sauce is reduced to desired consistency (about 5-6 minutes).

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  1. jrtfan
    This sauce is so absolutely awesome it's decadent! I'd been wanting to try it for a couple weeks and finally, after eating turkey for days, decided we deserved a steak. Served it over grilled filet mignon, very lightly seasoned with S & P and ended up topping our baked potatoes with it! DH really tried to lick the bowl clean! No time for a pic, but will get one next time! Thanks so much, Kittencal!
  2. ChefShan
    I made this last week and just came back to get the recipe for tonights meal. My husband and I both loved this sauce. We served it with thinly sliced flank steak and pasta with spinach. I could not get enough. Needless to say I gorged myself LOL
  3. henway00
    Easy, so Fast, and would be delish on anything. I served over fresh spinach tortellini and sliced grilled steak. With no real spices, I was a little doubtful, but the wine and broth are all the cheese needs for rich, full flavor. I used half and half with extra flour for thickening. My husband adored it, and I was licking the sides of the pot. So YUM!
  4. Stellar Stina
    One thing I forgot to add, I used evaporated skim milk to replace the cream to cut out some calories, it was great and creamy still! I served it over mushroom-stuffed gnocchi, and both my 2 year old and husband couldn't get enough!!!
  5. Sandi From CA
    Oh, KITTENCAL! Jeez, will you ever offer up a bad recipe or will they all be so excruciatingly delicious that I'll be continually thinking about them as I drift off to sleep?? We served this wonderful sauce over minimally-seasoned sirloins as I was looking for something to dress them up and the two of us ooh'd and aaah'd all over the dining room table. The cats were even looking at us funny. I suggest not salting one's steaks before tasting as the ingredients of the sauce really provide all the flavor needed. Thank you once again, my culinary genius friend!



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