This was great. I accidentally used the wrong type of steak, so I can't say too much for that, but the sauce tastes straight out of a nice steakhouse. Great for dipping steak and the fries. We used the leftovers to make little mini sandwiches on dinner rolls the next day. Step-by-step photos on my blog: http://me-myself-and-pie.blogspot.com/2010/01/sirloin-steak-with-tarragon-garlic-sour.html
Sirloin Steak with Tarragon-Garlic Sour Cream
MeMyselfAndPie Posted: 04/23/10
simpson307 Posted: 07/28/11
Great!! Made it tonight. Boiled fingerling poatoes then pan fried them instead of using frozen. I had the fingerlings on hand. And grillled the steak instead of frying it because it's summer. Served it with steamed buttered green beans. My 12 year old said, "The steak is great, but it's AMAZING with the sauce." Super fast.
Nichelleley Posted: 02/08/12
This is REALLY good. Super easy to make and great for both the steak and the potatoes. I will definitely make this again!
stellacorona Posted: 09/17/13
awesome! i love tarragon and this would be good on veggies too. i use a little less dijon and a little more tarragon! served with grilled ny strips.
HaleyDH Posted: 06/11/12
This was pretty good! I used fresh terragon since I had it (3 times the dried amount) and served it with spicy potatoes and asparagus found on this site. A delicious meal! I will say the 5 minutes on each side overcooked the steaks - made them medium and we prefer medium rare. But next time we know to adjust.
JimMarltonNJ Posted: 03/23/12
I cooked fresh red skin potatoes in a separate skillet at the same time. Love the tang of the sauce.