Sunday, March 13, 2011

Steak and Potato Stacks with Chasseur Sauce

So here is me bringing steak and Potatoes into the 2011.
Let me know what you think!!
What you will need.

5 Potatoes sliced 1/8 inch thick
1 1/2 pound of Steak sliced 1/8 inch thick.
Non stick spray
2 cookies sheets
2 Tablespoons of olive oil
Montreal Steak Seasoning
1 Glass baking pan

1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2 Place sliced potatoes on cookie sheet and place in oven for 13 minutes
3 Spray pan with non stick spray
4 Layer cooked potato slices in pan
5 Layer potatoes with steak sprinkle with Montreal steak seasoning and repeat twice.
6 Place toothpicks down the center of the stacks
7 Place in oven for 13 more minutes (cook for 5 more minutes if you want the steak medium well)

Chasseur Sauce

1/4 cup Butter
2 Tablespoons of minced Garlic
2 Tablespoons of  minced Shallots
8 ounces of Sliced Mushrooms
1 can of diced Tomatoes
1 cup of Red Wine
2 cups of Water
2 Beef Bullion cubes
1 Saute' Pan
2 Tablespoons of slurry (cornstarch and cold water)
Salt and Pepper

1 Saute shallots,garlic,mushrooms in the butter on medium for 5 minutes.
2 Remove mixture place in bowl.
3 Pour wine in saute' pan to deglaze the pan cooking on medium for 3 minutes or until it comes to a boil.
4 Add in water and bullion and bring back to a boil.
5 Put mixture from the bowl back in saute' pan.
6 When it returns to a boil add in slurry.
7 Salt and Pepper to taste.

8 Place stack on plate remove toothpick and cover stack with Chasseur Sauce.
9 ENJOY!!!


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  2. Hey RyRy,

    Looks good, but Aaahhh... The bottle of wine, is that for the cook. Do you need a whole bottle for just a splash in the pan? ;) Ha j/k

    If you get a sec check out this one that I posted. I don't have the great presentation that you do. But it is soooo good.



  3. You only need 1 cup of red wine but the rest can be consumed by the cook or in my case the chefs hot girlfriend :)). I will go check out your blog right now trav.

  4. I've never heard of 'Chasseur Sauce'.. it sounds divine Ry! What a great meal to make for guests! Definitley sure to impress : ) Great job!

  5. Thanks Holly so much. When you do it let me know how you like it. The sauce really did make the meal awesome. Everyone told me how good it was. It is my own version of chasseur sauce.

  6. I love this idea... this might be what I need to get out of my: "parmesan pull-aparts" obsession! :)
    Have a beautiful day and evening!

  7. Thank you so much Isabella for your kind words. I really think you will love these please let me know what you think when you try them!! Hope you have a great day!!