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Gentlemen Steak Sauce

BjorgBjorg Posts: 233
I cooked this steak sauce last week after a cooking lesson with Montreal Joe Beef owner and chef. It was the highlight of the evening! I highly recommend trying it out as it is unique and full of flavors. 

Quebec - Canada
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  • jlsmjlsm Posts: 845
    Thanks so much. Not much on steak sauce but plan to give this one a try. 
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    Owner of a large and a beloved mini in Philadelphia
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  • Little StevenLittle Steven Posts: 27,285
    Sounds a bit like it may taste like HP fruity sauce.

    Steve 

    Caledon, ON

     

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  • BjorgBjorg Posts: 233
    It is a thick sauce, very different to HP. A balance between sugar, vinegar, tangy, fruity, spicy and fatty. It has no equivalent.  I used it in steak and burgers and fell in love with it. I never use HP sauce on my steaks, normally just Montreal steak seasoning. How can I describe it. Maybe a mix of HP, demiglace sauce and chutney in a thick kind of way?? Im getting confused myself lol. I rarely go out of my way to recommend something, but this is a must try. 

    I actually did this version, http://aladistasio.telequebec.tv/recettes/recette.aspx?id=1252 but its french. Its very close from the original recipe except

    Use Earl gray tea or your favorite tea instead of just hot water to soak the prunes. 
    And add to the recipe:
    2 more anchovy filet
    and a dried out spicy pepper like jamaican (I used a single very small dried peperoncino my parents brought back from Italy like these: http://tinyurl.com/lf3qmj6
    Quebec - Canada
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