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Old 11-12-2019, 10:10 PM   #1
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New Steak Sauce

I had a New York strip to eat for supper tonight, along with onion rings, and yogurt for desert. The beverage was cranberry/raspberry and was perfect. Here's the new steak sauce I made, and it came out really great. Was it better than A1, or Worcestershie? No it wasn't. But it was equally good, and a real change of pace. Here's how I made it.

Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups marinara sauce, with extra basil
8 oz. condensed cream of mushroom soup
1/4 tsp. each - 7 pod duglah, carolina reaper, and ghost pepper
/2 tsp dried parsley

Combine and bring to a simmer. Remove from heat and set aside. I spread this over my steak, and dpped my onion rings in it. It was really good. It wasn't scorching hot, but did have for me a mild kick. With the mixed berry yogurt for desert. it was perfect. I hope someone besides me tries this. It's really good. this wasn't raging bull, but rather, frisky fawn sauce.

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Old 11-13-2019, 01:02 AM   #2
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That steak sauce I made, well when I ate it on the steak, and dipped my onion rings in it, it had a pleasant amount of heat. About ten minutes ago, a couple of hours since I ate it with the meal, I just had to have a tbs. full, straight up. After all, it tasted great and wasn't too hot, right? Well, the first spoonful went down and was hotter than i expected. The 2nd spoonful was intense. Even my gums, right around my teeth felt it. But it lasted only about 2 minutes. A bit of cranberry juice, a mouthful of leftover pineapple sweet and sour sauce, a swig of cream, and the heat was manageable. Ten minutes after the first bite, I feel no residual heat. I guess it got hotter after sitting fora few hours.

As I first stated in my opening post, this stuff tastes great. Just make sure to eat it with other foods. I'm thinking this steak sauce would be a good base for Spanish rice, maybe with some diced chicken, or ground beef mixed in. It would also be a good sauce for stuffed cabbage, or to mix in with shredded beef, or even pulled pork.

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New Steak Sauce I had a New York strip to eat for supper tonight, along with onion rings, and yogurt for desert. The beverage was cranberry/raspberry and was perfect. Here's the new steak sauce I made, and it came out really great. Was it better than A1, or Worcestershie? No it wasn't. But it was equally good, and a real change of pace. Here's how I made it. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups marinara sauce, with extra basil 8 oz. condensed cream of mushroom soup 1/4 tsp. each - 7 pod duglah, carolina reaper, and ghost pepper /2 tsp dried parsley Combine and bring to a simmer. Remove from heat and set aside. I spread this over my steak, and dpped my onion rings in it. It was really good. It wasn't scorching hot, but did have for me a mild kick. With the mixed berry yogurt for desert. it was perfect. I hope someone besides me tries this. It's really good. this wasn't raging bull, but rather, frisky fawn sauce.:smile::smile::smile: Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North 3 stars 1 reviews
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