Steak Diane. Sprinkle the steaks on both sides with the salt and pepper. Tried this recipe because Steak Diane is served at our favorite restaurant. This was very good, but it lacked the more complex flavor of that served in a restaurant.
And Kate, sorry, there has never been tarragon in Steak Diane, the only herb it calls for is parsley. To me, what makes Steak Diane, Steak Diane is the tarragon. There is no tarragon in this recipe. You can have Steak Diane using 14 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Steak Diane
- It’s 4 half of inch slices of beef tenderloin steak.
- It’s 1 of shallot minced.
- Prepare 1 of garlic clove minced.
- It’s 1/4 cup of brandy.
- It’s 2 tablespoon of Dijon mustard.
- It’s 1 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce.
- It’s 1 box of veal demi-glace combined with one cup of beef broth.
- It’s 1/2 cup of heavy cream.
- You need To taste of salt pepper and hot sauce.
- Prepare 1 tablespoon of lemon juice.
- Prepare 8 ounces of mushrooms sliced Cremini or Button.
- Prepare To taste of Assorted fresh herbs as desired such as parsley, chives and thyme.
- Prepare 1 tablespoon of cold butter.
- You need As needed of Olive oil and butter for sautéing.
Steak Diane was a staple on menus in fine dining establishments back in the day. Prepared tableside where the server ignited the cognac, it was an impressive sight. You don't need to flame the cognac; just keeping it on the heat will eventually evaporate the alcohol. Doing some research into Steak Diane, I found that the "Diane" part refers to Diana, the Greco-Roman goddess of the hunt, and "a la Diane" sauces were.
Steak Diane instructions
- In a large skillet heat olive oil and butter until hot. Season fillets with salt and pepper and sear in pan until brown on both sides and cooked to medium rare. Remove to plate and tent to keep warm..
- Add mushrooms to same pan and cook until softened. Season with salt, pepper and hot sauce. Then add shallot and cook until soft. Add garlic and cook for 30 seconds. Off heat add brandy and ignite. Once flames die down cook until almost gone. Then add beef broth, lemon, cream, Worcestershire sauce, and mustard. Cook until slightly thickened and reduced. Off heat stir in herbs and butter until melted. Pour over steaks and serve..
Steak Diane is a simple dish, but it feels impressive, especially if you include the flambe. It's great for special occasions like date night, Valentine's Day, birthdays, or any other kind of celebration. Using a rolling pin, roll out the steaks to flatten and cut off any excess fat. Season the steaks on both sides with salt and pepper. Heat a small amount of oil in a pan until the pan is quite hot.