KICK THOSE STEAKS UP A NOTCH
These easy-to-make sauces add some zest to any backyard barbecue
While a good steak often doesn’t need more than salt for seasoning, it never hurts to get a bit of a flavour boost.
Following are some ways to add some spice to your steak this barbecue season.
Roasting garlic for our first steak recipe takes a bit of time, but the results are well worth it. The soft, caramelized cloves are mixed with steak sauce, wine and onion powder for a rich sauce that perfectly complements a juicy grilled sirloin steak.
Our sagebrush steak features tender sirloin marinated with dried sage, cumin and red pepper flakes. The horseradish salsa adds a spicy kick to the savoury steak.
A spicy and smoky marinade made with chipotle peppers serves as the foundation for our flank steak. The steak is thinly sliced and served with a guacamole sauce, where we add sour cream to a basic guacamole recipe.
ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen’s column on healthy eating for busy families runs Wednesdays in the food section. For tips on cooking, food safety or household matters, call 1-877-4209090 toll-free, email bfkanswerline@ atco.com or chat with us live online at Atcoblueflamekitchen.com.
This steak recipe takes some time, but the garlicky results will be appreciated by your family members.