Today I’m bringing you this simple wine sauce sauce for steak, perfect to drizzle over seared, baked, or grilled steak. You don’t need nice wine to make this sauce, but you will surely want a rich glass of red to go with it. While we are on the subject of wine, I have a little quiz for you:
Which of these occasions would call for a fancy bottle of wine at a low price?
A. You are going to your boss’s house for dinner. You want to impress her with a nice bottle of wine so she’ll give you a raise, but you can’t afford a nice bottle of wine until she gives you that raise.
B. It’s your anniversary, but your babysitter cancelled at the last minute because she got concert tickets. Looks like it will be a stay-at-home anniversary dinner. Again.
C. You want to make holiday gift baskets for several friends, but you are on a tight budget.
D. It’s Tuesday.
E. All of the above.
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This wine sauce soaks into the meat for a sinfully good steak dinner. Be sure to serve it up with one of the wines you picked up from Last Bottle!Print
Melt 1 tbsp. butter in a medium skillet over medium-high heat. (If you’ve just cooked your steak on the stove, use the same skillet. The pan scrapings will enhance the sauce.) Add mushrooms, and saute until brown and juices are released. Add garlic, a pinch of salt, and a few grinds of pepper. Saute about two minutes longer, being careful not to let the garlic burn.
Stir in wine, and bring to a boil. Continue cooking at a low boil until sauce is reduced by half, about 10 minutes.
Turn heat to low, and stir in remaining 1 tbsp. butter. Turn off heat, and stir in any juices that have accumulated from the resting steak. Spoon sauce with mushrooms over cooked steak. Swoon.
I would not recommend preparing this sauce in an iron skillet. Use stainless steel if you have it.
- Cook Time: 18
- Category: Sauces
Thank you to Last Bottle Wines and Markerly for sponsoring this wine sauce recipe.