The Peppercorn Steak With Mustard-Wine Sauce
Peppercorn Steak is a dish prepared by different cultures around the world. However, pairing an amazing Peppercorn Steak with a mustard wine sauce takes the dish to the next level! Easy to prepare, with ingredients found everywhere; this 20-minute dish will become a go-to in your household. Furthermore, the savory flavors of Burgundy wine pair amazingly with the tanginess of dijon mustard. This, coupled with the spiciness and umami of a Peppercorn Steak create a perfect balance of flavor.
As a matter of fact, this recipe is guaranteed to please any family or loved one! Peppercorn Steak with mustard-wine sauce will make you look like a pro in the kitchen!
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The savory flavors of Burgundy wine pair amazingly with the tanginess of dijon mustard.
- 4 beef tenderloin steaks, cut 1 inch thick
- 1 teaspoon canola or olive oil
- 3 tablespoons chopped shallots or onion
- 1 cup beef broth
- 1/2 cup Burgundy wine
- 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
- 1 tablespoon butter
- freshly chopped parsley
- salt and pepper (to taste)
First, season the beef tenderloin steaks with salt and pepper. Next, Heat the canola or olive oil in a skillet for 1 minute until hot.
Second, add the steaks into the hot skillet and cook until preferred doneness (rare, medium rare, etc).
Importantly, when cooking the steaks, turn them over only once, allowing a delicious sear and crust to form.
Afterward, remove the steaks and keep warm.
Next, in the skillet used to cook the steaks, add shallots and cook and saute until translucent.
Afterward, stir in broth, wine, and dijon mustard.
Additionally, bring the mixture to a low boil.
Next, cook gently over medium heat until the sauce is reduced to nearly 1 cup.
Lastly, stir in the butter to finish the sauce.
Finally, serve the sauce over steaks and garnish with parsley.
Try this amazing Peppercorn Steak With Mustard-Wine Sauce today. Pleasing loved ones at the dinner table has never been easier!