Pan-Seared Steak with Chive-Horseradish Butter

  • soulmamma Posted: 01/31/13
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    What's that yummy crispy thingy in the picture, potato? Love to have the recipe for that - must be fried? Haven't tried this steak recipe, although I love horseradish - the real deal ...

  • daneanp Posted: 03/17/13
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    We grilled our steaks on our Traeger BBQ. The horseradish-chive topping was delicious. Would definitely serve to guests.

  • Willbmd Posted: 02/16/13
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    Soulmamma, the sweet potato recipe is posted. Just type Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Broccolini in the search box. It will come up. This steak and butter look fantastic. Can't wait to try it.

  • MrsDana Posted: 01/22/13
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    Loved the butter mixture with the steak. It was a nice contrast of flavors.

  • JanaTalt Posted: 02/10/13
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    I love a good steak and added flavor just makes it that much more delectable. I used the recommended amount of butter in the recipe but really didn't need that much. For those who don't like horseradish, substitute some gorganzola or blue cheese. Also, I pan sear my steak over medium high heat for two minutes on each side and then bake in the oven at 400 degrees until medium rare (use a meat thermometer for best results). Pan searing it locks in the flavor and juices, while finishing it off in the oven ensures even cooking.

  • DanielleCooks Posted: 01/14/13
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    You can't go wrong with Filet anyway you cook it but I did not care for the horseradish in the butter, I would omit that next time.

  • jmeleeS Posted: 09/25/13
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    Excellent recipe! We grilled our steak with just some salt & pepper and then added the butter to the top afterwards. Loved the flavor of the chive-horseradish butter. Tips: whip your butter and then add the additional ingredients (no need to put back in the fridge for the 20 minutes "set" time. That just makes the butter harder to proportion and melt. I also highly recommend using smokey horseradish (if you like smoke flavor). Served with the recommended roasted sweet potatoes and broccolini for a great full flavored meal. Definitely worth repeating; 100% a keeper; enjoy!

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