White Wine-Marinated Steak

  • carolfitz Posted: 10/16/10
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    Quick & easy menu. Subbed sirloin for chuck & doubled the amount of shallots (because one of us really likes them), otherwise made to recipe. Served the recommended smashed potatoes, using the thyme option rather than chives, and they were good. Instead of the green beans, made CL's garlicky lemon broccoli. A very nice dinner.

  • spounds Posted: 10/02/10
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    Good stuff! Quick, easy, and very tasty. Made this with the Chive Smashed Potatoes on the same page of the magazine. Also, very good!

  • HBryant Posted: 01/08/11
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    This was very easy and tasty. I didn't have beef broth so I subed 1TBL soy sauce and then enough water to make 1/4 cup. Very good....a little lacking in taste. Maybe add some extra seasonings. Also, 4 min/side gave me a med rare steak.

  • KWendel Posted: 11/03/10
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    This dish is easy and fabulous. I made it exactly as written except I sliced the steak into bite size pieces before cooking. I have made it twice and both times is was delicious. The second time I upgraded the cut of meat to tenderloin just for fun and the result was equally marvelous.

  • mommasrecipes Posted: 09/29/10
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    Loved the flavors. Easy to make. I doubled the sauce and used sirloin steak. I served the Chive Smashed potatoes and lemon green Beans with it. All fantastic!

  • srwfromorange Posted: 10/22/10
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    Very good sauce. I also doubled the sauce & used sirloin steak. Also served it with ths chive potatoes & lemon green beans. Hubby doesnt care for lemon in his veges, but I thought they were yummy, great meal.

  • JIMMIC Posted: 10/13/10
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    The flavor of the sauce was just okay. The meat was too fatty. Would be better with a better cut of meat, however I have too many other recipes that I would prefer. Served with the smashed potatoes, that were also just okay, and a sliced tomato.

  • Lynsey831 Posted: 02/12/11
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    I LOVE THIS. ive made it for company when i wanted to impress, and it did... made to recipe, and served with the goat cheese mashed potatoes and salad or a veg such as asparagus or artichoke.

  • rockgoddess929 Posted: 10/19/10
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    This was really good, the potatos and green beans went well with it. Next time I may double the sauce and use a better cut of meat.

  • ajh230 Posted: 12/13/10
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    I wasn't in love with this recipe. It is certainly quick but something about the sauce flavor was off for me.

  • KNicholson Posted: 11/17/10
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    Made this recipe on a random Monday night and loved it! It is so rich with flavor and very easy to make. I will be making this again!

  • jalace Posted: 10/28/10
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    My husband said "you really out did yourself this time" yet it was so simple to make I served it with mashed rosemary and garlic potatoes and steamed green beans! Fabulous with red wine! Even sent a copy to my sister! It's a winner!

  • Joeline Posted: 01/17/11
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    I needed a recipe that was quick and scrumptious and this did the trick. It was flavorful and filling. I used a rib eye steak instead of the chuck eye and it was very tender. I also used 1/2 cup of broth in with the marinade to create more sauce for both the meat and potatoes.

  • norabea Posted: 06/12/11
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    I adjusted the marinade bu putting a little McCormick's Monterey steak seasoning in it and instead of the broth, i had some dry Lipton's beff mushroom dry soup and used some of that wiwth hot water to make my broth. Also, a few more scallions. Delicious! But next time I think I will choose my steak better. But all in all, very tasty. '

  • richard2009 Posted: 10/20/11
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    This is a great recipe.

  • slocook1 Posted: 10/20/11
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    The sauce was really flavorful however I quadrupled it because we like a lot of sauce and also added some minced garlic and a few drops of steak sauce. Also we eat 6 to 8 oz steaks in our house and I substituted tri tip steaks for the chuck.

  • Nichelleley Posted: 10/21/11
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    This recipe was just ok. I was expecting the sauce to have a lot more flavor than it did, plus I had to cook the steaks for closer to 8 minutes on each side for them to be anywhere close to done, and we like our meat medium! Overall a decent recipe, but nothing to write home about. Definitely needs more flavor.

  • dltruhe Posted: 01/22/12
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    This was a delicious and easy recipe, I did take the previous suggestions and doubled the sauce. I also used tenderloin instead of the chuck (personal preference). Because the tenderloin is much thicker, I do recommend cutting it before cooking (I quartered 2 portions).

  • cook187 Posted: 11/07/12
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    This was an amazing and easy recipe!! I used fillet steak and doubled the marinade and sauce. Came out perfect! Definitely a keeper :)

  • EllenDeller Posted: 09/05/12
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    At our farmer's market, I bought a fairly inexpensive cut of grass fed local beef, and I was a bit worried about it being tender enough to pan grill. Perhaps because of the marinade, t the meat was very tender, with a nice texture. I followed the recipe exactly except that I kept the meat in the marinade, refrigerated, for about 75 minutes; added some garlic to the marinade; and had to cook the meat a few minutes more because it was fairly thick. That said, I like more flavor and zip and would be inclined to try this one again, but with red wine instead of white, along with some thyme and whole peppercorns.

  • daneanp Posted: 06/28/14
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    This may be the best CL steak recipe I've made yet. And I've made a lot of them. I pan seared the steaks then moved them out to our Traeger BBQ grill (5 minutes each side) and they came out perfectly. The sauce is amazing. A few mushrooms in with the onions would be great. I used pinot blanc for the wine, but I'm going to play around with the wines to see what it does to the flavor. Great recipe.

  • dorothy13126 Posted: 12/09/13
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    This was delicious.

  • jquinl Posted: 09/30/13
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    This was very very good and so quick and easy. I used strip steak and cooked it on the grill, but the sauce was still quite nice. Next time I will use less mustard. I did finish the sauce with a bit of butter. Husband loved it. Definitely a keeper.

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