Very simple, flavorful sauce; made to recipe except that we added the accumulated juices from the resting steaks. Served with (oven-fried) sweet potato fries and red-skinned potato fries & steamed asparagus. First course was CL's "cover recipe" French Onion Soup.
carolfitz Posted: 12/14/08
Branch Posted: 02/15/09
Obviously not as good as prepared table side Steak Diane, but a very nice, flavorful do-at-home version. Be sure to use nice quality steaks. Any leftovers make a wonderful appetizer - dry toast thin baguette slices in the oven, add small amt. of Diane sauce to the baguette slices, and top with thin slices of the steak. Magnifique!!!
Teri Cooney Posted: 03/19/11
simple, elegant and flavorful
erikisst Posted: 05/01/12
Was easy and tasty! I added mushrooms which I guess changes the Diane part of the recipe and served it with a side of asparagus. Great weeknight meal!