Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Earthquake Steak or Ribs

Catagory:Main Dishes
Difficulty: Easy


Want a recipe that will fill your mouth with an EARTHQUAKE of flavor? This is it. Found originally in the Junior League cookbook called "For Goodness Taste" from Rochester, New York, it's almost too good to be true. If you have the cookbook, you'll find it under "Baked Steak" which I thought was boring so I renamed it. Hint: if you like BBQed spareribs, you'll like this. I used large sirloin steaks from Costco that were not the highest quality, and it was still wonderful. Especially the second day...oohhh the carmelization! Serve with either baked potatoes or "Company Mashed Potatoes' which will be posted in the next blog.



Ingredients:

2-3 inch thick boneless sirloin steaks (3-5 pounds)
3 T melted butter
1 cup Chili sauce
3 T Worcestershire sauce
1/4 chopped onion

Directions:

Sear steak on all sides under broiler, then put in a greased 9 X 12 baking dish. Combine butter, chili sauce, Worcestershire, and onion. Pour over steak; bake 45 minutes for rare. The sauce should carmelize a bit before you serve it. Let the steaks stand for two minutes before slicing and serving. I serve it to my family this way, or for company you can make a sauce to go with it:

Mushroom Sauce Ingredients:

2 T butter
1 lb. sliced mushrooms
1 T Worcestershire sauce
1/4 C Chili sauce
1 C heavy cream

Directions:

While steaks are baking, saute mushrooms in butter; add remaining ingredients and cook over med. heat until slightly thickened (about 15 minutes). Serve over steak.

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