Rosemary Grilled Steak with Tomato Jam

  • carolfitz Posted: 08/16/09
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    Peeled the tomato before seeding & chopping, otherwise made to recipe. This was really great, an unexpected presentation with the tomatos on top, hiding the rosemary & garlic. Served wtih CL's iceberg wedge with buttermilk dressing & smashed red-skinned potato.

  • sirrah231 Posted: 08/21/10
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    We were't bowled over by this one. Used fresh brandywine tomatoes from the garden, and my husband said they the topping tasted like canned tomatoes warmed up. I didn't think it was quite that bad. Did like the herb crust on the steaks, though. Wonder if a cheaper cut would have been as good. Had a bit of sticker shock at the $18/lb price of beef tenderloins.

  • Tonifla Posted: 03/03/11
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    This was superb. I made this with filet mignon. It was very tender, but the star was the tomato jam. Fantastic! I felt like I was eating a gourmet meal in a restaurant.

  • texeverlasting Posted: 09/08/09
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    This was SO good! I ended up using filet mignon (it was on sale), so the beef was amazingly tender. I also used a Foreman grill...that worked not so well. The garlic and herbs stuck to the grill pretty badly...I'd say if you're going to use a Foreman, cook the meat first and maybe sautee the garlic, etc separately before putting it on. Would DEFINITELY make this again...great little romantic dinner!

  • Larcen26 Posted: 06/24/10
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    The Steak was fine, but the Jam was what made this recipe great. I used regular Balsamic Vinegar since I did not have White Balsamic, so I can't comment on the difference, but the Jam was very easy to make and had a very bold flavor. Would work on any number of other dishes.

  • Tomtes Posted: 03/12/12
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    Tasty! We'll be making again.

  • stacylynn Posted: 09/24/13
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    The tomato jam alone is worth trying this recipe. It was incredible. I doubled the jam recipe & served part of it with my filet (I did use the herb mix in goat cheese which I stuffed into the steak, pan seared, then roasted to finish) & part as a topping for garlic ciabatta bread. Looking forward to the little bit I still have left to go with dinner tonight!


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