Red Wine Sauce for Steak

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  • Red wine sauce is an easy enhancement to elevate your steaks. In less than 20 minutes you’ll have the perfect red wine sauce for steak!

    Red wine sauce is an easy enhancement to elevate your steaks. In less than 20 minutes you'll have the perfect red wine sauce for steak!

    Red Wine Sauce For Steak

    I love a great steak on the grill. It’s so easy to make and yet feels like something special. We try to make dinner at home feel like special occasions sometimes, whether we’re entertaining or just enjoying a date night in.

    Red red wine sauce for steak - an Incredibly easy steak enhancement with just 3 ingredients

    How to Enhance Your Steak With Red Wine Sauce

    Nothing makes a steak feel more special than an enhancement. I rarely order a steak off the menu without adding one. One little teaspoon of sauce adds so much flavor. Red wine sauce requires just 3 ingredients and can be prepared in advance.

    Red wine sauce - an Incredibly easy steak enhancement with just 3 ingredients

     

    Red wine sauce - an Incredibly easy steak enhancement with just 3 ingredients

    Red wine sauce - an Incredibly easy steak enhancement with just 3 ingredients

    3 Ingredient Red Wine Sauce For Steak

    One of the cooking philosophies I live by is that a few incredible ingredients make a really incredible dish. Red wine sauce consists of butter, shallots and one of my favorites, Cambria Pinot Noir.

    They reduce into a beautiful deep red wine sauce for steak that I can’t resist.

    Pinot Reduction Steak Enhancement | Red Wine Sauce recipe

    Red wine sauce - an Incredibly easy steak enhancement with just 3 ingredients

    Secrets to Cooking a Perfect Steak

    • Make sure to pick the perfect cut of meat from the butcher, the higher quality cuts will give you a more tender, flavorful steak
    • Season the steak before cooking. If you have time, let the meat sit with the seasoning for a while before cooking to allow the spices to soak in.
    • Use a meat thermometer to ensure you’re cooking the meat to the temperature of your liking. Also, remember that the mean will continue to cook a little once you take it off the grill.

    Red wine sauce - an Incredibly easy steak enhancement with just 3 ingredients

    Pinot Reduction Steak Enhancement | Red Wine Sauce recipe

    Red Wine Sauce – Great For Dinner Parties

    I love entertaining, and especially having friends over for dinner. We try to host a dinner party every couple of months, and of course, this is recipe is on the menu for dinner this month.

    Sometimes hosting a dinner party can be overwhelming, but with these Tips for Hosting a Dinner Party makes it all so easy!

    I plan on serving this with some Green Beans, and a refreshing Spritzer Cocktail. It’s going to be such a fun night!

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    Red Wine Sauce for Steak

    Red wine sauce is an easy enhancement to elevate your steaks. In less than 20 minutes you'll have the perfect red wine sauce for steak!
    Course Sauce
    Cuisine American
    Keyword easy recipe, entertaining, make ahead, party, sauce, steak, wine
    Cook Time 18 minutes
    Total Time 18 minutes
    Servings 4
    Author Julie Blanner

    Ingredients

    • 3 Tbsp butter
    • 1 shallot minced
    • 3/4 c Cambria Pinot Noir

    Instructions

    1. Melt butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Add shallot and cook for 2-3 minutes.
    2. Add wine and bring to a boil. Reduce for 15 minutes, scraping the sides until slightly syrupy.
    3. Serve on top of steak.

    Recipe Notes

    Secrets to cooking a perfect steak:

    Make sure to pick the perfect cut of meat from the butcher, the higher quality cuts will give you a more tender, flavorful steak.

    Season the steak before cooking. If you have time, let the meat sit with the seasoning for a while before cooking to allow the spices to soak in.

    Use a meat thermometer to ensure you’re cooking the meat to the temperature of your liking. Also, remember that the mean will continue to cook a little once you take it off the grill.


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    This post is sponsored by Cambria Wines. As always all opinions and ideas are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsors that make this blog possible.

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