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How to Cook Perfect Vickys Steak Diane Sauce, Gluten, Dairy, Egg & Soy-Free

Vickys Steak Diane Sauce, Gluten, Dairy, Egg & Soy-Free. Steak Diane with mushrooms and is gluten, dairy free. A lot of people don 't realise that the vanilla, chocolate, lemon, pistachio and banana cream flavours of Jello Instant Pudding are gluten-free, soy-free and vegan!!. Steak Diane is traditionally made with a thinly pounded steak, and a cognac, butter, and shallot sauce that is flambéed right before serving to great dramatic effect.

Vickys Steak Diane Sauce, Gluten, Dairy, Egg & Soy-Free Steak Diane with mushrooms and is gluten, dairy free. Traditionally Steak Diane is a steak that is pan fried and the sauce is made from the pan juices and sometimes flambeed. This is my version but with a creamy mushroom sauce. You can cook Vickys Steak Diane Sauce, Gluten, Dairy, Egg & Soy-Free using 11 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Vickys Steak Diane Sauce, Gluten, Dairy, Egg & Soy-Free

  1. It’s 1 tbsp of olive oil.
  2. It’s 1 of knob of sunflower spread.
  3. It’s 2 of shallots, thinly sliced.
  4. Prepare 4 of chestnut mushrooms, thinly sliced.
  5. You need 1 of crushed garlic clove.
  6. It’s 2 tbsp of worcestershire sauce, gf recipe on my profile.
  7. Prepare 1 tbsp of dijon mustard.
  8. Prepare 1 of salt & pepper.
  9. It’s 2 tbsp of brandy for flambe (ooooooh!).
  10. You need 200 ml of coconut or cashew cream, recipes on my profile.
  11. Prepare 2 of fillet or sirloin steaks around 170g each, flattened to around 1/4" thickness.

The steaks cook up nice and tender and.. Egg Free Breakfast Recipes on Yummly Steak Diane, the classic steakhouse entree made with cream, shallots, mustard and cognac is perfect for your special occasion meals. Steak Diane sauce is basically the almost twin brother to Steak Au Poivre which doesn't generally include the dijon mustard.

Vickys Steak Diane Sauce, Gluten, Dairy, Egg & Soy-Free step by step

  1. Cook your steaks in a little butter/sunflower spread for a minute on each side then while they're resting, use the same pan to start the sauce. Don't clean it!! Put the butter and oil right in there.
  2. Add the shallots, mushrooms and garlic, season with some salt & pepper and fry off over a medium heat until softened.
  3. Add the mustard and worcestershire and stir around then get ready for sone scary fun!.
  4. Add the brandy and then gently tip the frying pan so the gas flame ignites the alcohol. The flame will burn down in a few seconds but may be quite high so be careful. If you're not cooking with gas use a long match to light the pan.
  5. Add the cream and bring to the boil, then reduce to a simmer.
  6. You should have a thick and creamy delicious sauce for those steaks!.

Serve steaks with extra mushroom sauce over the top. Tried this recipe because Steak Diane is served at our favorite restaurant. This was very good, but it lacked the more complex I think Steak Diane could be prepared much better than this recipe calls for. First of all frying strip steaks in butter produced a rubbery consistency. A brandied mixed mushroom sauce tops seared strip steak in our healthy version of the classic dish Steak Diane.