Adding a sauce to a steak turns it into a restaurant quality meal. Try this Stilton steak sauce next time you have steak.
Steak with a sauce is one of my favourite meals, but is something that is so expensive in restaurants. If you get your timings right it is very easy to make at home, perfect for a special dinner, birthday or celebration. I love a richly flavoured creamy sauce with my steak and this Stilton, or any other blue cheese sauce, is perfect, as well as quick and easy to make at home. My Stilton steak sauce is also delicious with chicken or as a dip for chips or potato wedges.
I like to cook my steak on a searing hot griddle pan, the trick is to oil the steak not the pan, and not move it round whilst cooking. Flip your steak once, then when it is cooked pop it onto a warmed plate, covered with a piece of foil for a few minutes to rest. By allowing it to rest all the juice will be reabsorbed into the meat leaving you with a lovely juicy steak.
Since I have been working with Iceland, I have been consistently impressed with the quality and price of their food. The frozen meat in their luxury range is excellent quality at very keen prices. Modern methods of freezing mean that the there is no change at all to the quality or texture of the meat. The Iceland Gaucho Rump steak above cost just £4 and had an excellent really beefy flavour, and was beautifully tender. Served with the Stilton steak sauce, fried gnocchi (I used the butter that came with the steak), broccoli the steak was more then enough for 2 of us. With a bottle of Australian Shiraz, also from Iceland, the meal cost just over £12.50 with plenty of Stilton leftover for another day.
- Knob butter
- 1/2 small onion - finely chopped or a spoon diced frozen onions
- 1 clove garlic - peeled and chopped
- 60 ml double cream
- 2 slices Stilton or other blue cheese - crumbled
- Splash milk
- Squeeze lemon juice
- Salt and pepper to taste
Melt the butter in a frying pan.
Fry the onion and garlic with a pinch of salt until starting to turn golden.
Turn the heat down and add the cream, then the Stilton. Stir over a low heat until the Stilton has melted.
If needed thin the sauce with a splash of milk
Add a squeeze of lemon to cut through the richness and lighten the sauce.
Season with salt and pepper
10 Sauces for Steak
If you enjoyed my Stilton steak sauce then you might like these other sauces for steak
- Mojo Rojo Steak Sauce
- Creamy Mushroom Steak Sauce
- Sweet & Smokey BBQ Steak Sauce
- Spanish Spice Rub with Red Wine and Pepper Steak Sauce
- Hot & Spicy Buffalo Sriracha Sauce
- Tkemali – Georgian Plum Sauce
- Mojo Verde Steak Sauce
- Red Goddess Marinade
- Béarnaise sauce for steak
- Herb, and other flavoured butters for steak
Recipe for Stilton Steak Sauce commissioned by Iceland. All opinions our own.