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Flair Chops
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to the west, my soul is bound
Member since Nov 2010
34191 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
Nothing. If I have to put anything on it, it reflects poorly on the chef and or the cut of meat.

Most of the steaks I eat are self prepared, so I use nothing


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tigerdup07
LA-Lafayette Fan
Member since Dec 2007
19408 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
Crawfish étouffée


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tigerdup07
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19408 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
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Fight4LSU
LSU Fan
LSU & Buffalo Bills
Member since Jul 2005
7340 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
Sauteed mushrooms and onions with a1.


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OldTigahFot
LSU Fan
Drinkin' with the rocket scientists
Member since Jan 2012
8040 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
Most of the time, none.

But there are occasions when a good bernais, an au poivre or a chimichurri can be quite satisfying.


jmtigers
Southern Miss Fan
1826.71 miles from USC
Member since Sep 2003
4309 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
Chimichuri

But I sub the parsley with chopped kalamata olives and Use balsamic vinegar. This sauce is great stuffed in pork loin also.


L.A.
New Orleans Saints Fan
Los Angeles
Member since Aug 2003
42618 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
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Favorite steak topping?
Smoked salt and black pepper. Nothing else.

I don't mind an occasional cabernet reduction sauce on a steak if I'm eating at a restaurant and they offer that, but I do that only for the variety. Why mess with perfection?


LSUZombie
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Apr 2008
16270 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
Sometimes I like to make a sauté of garlic, bacon, mushrooms, and onion in olive oil and a couple hits of worchestire sauce. Add in a few red pepper flakes and so good


Carson123987
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Member since Jul 2011
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re: Favorite steak topping?
that sounds very good


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SeafoodPlatter
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2012
200 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
normally salt and pepper and someone who knows wtf they are doing is all that's needed for a good steak, however my dad's sauce that he makes is pretty good too, half a cup onion sauteed then some Worcestershire sauce a couple tablespoons of lemon juice and half a stick of butter and all is right in the world


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Jim Rockford
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Member since May 2011
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re: Favorite steak topping?
ketchup.


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LouisianaLady
USA Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2009
65713 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
God TD fricking sucks now


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Poodlebrain
LSU Fan
Way Right of Rex
Member since Jan 2004
19465 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
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I don't mind an occasional cabernet reduction sauce on a steak if I'm eating at a restaurant and they offer that, but I do that only for the variety.
I've had port wine reduction sauces, but never one from a cabernet. It was actually quite good as it also had porchini mushrooms to add an earthiness to the sauce.

Does Beef Wellington count as a topped steak? If so, then it gets my vote.


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TexasTiger05
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2007
28252 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
Crab
Bearnaise Sauce
Gorgonzola Sauce



I love a good sirloin, Bearnaise and fries. Delicious


you people getting all bothered by this
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wiltznucs
South Florida Fan
Apollo Beach, FL
Member since Sep 2005
8099 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
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I love a good sirloin, Bearnaise and fries. Delicious


This, I seldom do sauces but when I do a good Bearnaise is the way to go...


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Wooly
Washington Fan
Member since Feb 2012
13183 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
I like mine with nothing on it.... but every now and then I love me some holandase sauce on it


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KosmoCramer
Ohio State Fan
Member since Dec 2007
53944 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
2 tablespoons raspberry jam 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 2 tablespoons tomato sauce 2 tablespoons malt vinegar 5 drops hot pepper sauce salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste



this got really good reviews, i've never had it though.


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wiltznucs
South Florida Fan
Apollo Beach, FL
Member since Sep 2005
8099 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
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Chimichuri

But I sub the parsley with chopped kalamata olives and Use balsamic vinegar.


Got that recipe handy? I'd give that a shot...


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Gris Gris
LSU Fan
OTIS!NO RULES FOR SAUCES ON STEAK!!
Member since Feb 2008
33181 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
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Smoked salt


I love smoked salt. Used some last night when I roasted some pecans. Excellent.

My serious answer about steak toppings:

I don't care for seafood toppings on steak. On the side is fine.

I don't go for the "nothing on my steak" deal though I understand it. Sometimes, all I want is a little salt and pepper. Sometimes, I like a brown butter parsley sauce. Sometimes, I like a blue cheese butter pat on top. Blue cheese and beef are a great combo. On occasion, a little bearnaise floats my boat. Sometimes, I use Cavender's rather than salt and pepper. Depends on my mood and the eaters involved. Steaks have been served with various sauces and toppings for a gazillion years. If you like it that way, eat it that way.


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Catman88
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Dec 2004
43235 posts

re: Favorite steak topping?
The juices from the steak


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