KICK THOSE STEAKS UP A NOTCH

These easy-to-make sauces add some zest to any back­yard bar­be­cue

Calgary Herald - - YOU - ATCO BLUE FLAME KITCHEN

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.

PHO­TOS: ATCO BLUE FLAME KITCHEN

This steak recipe takes some time, but the gar­licky re­sults will be ap­pre­ci­ated by your fam­ily mem­bers.

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