Rib-eye Steak


Rib-eye steak with Mushrooms, Onions and White Wine Gravy + Brussels Sprouts with Garlic

This is a very simple steak dish that I enjoy making. To prepare the gravy, I caramelized the onions and mushrooms in butter and then add some white wine, red wine vinegar, cream and some salt/peppers. Pour the gravy over the cooked steak and serve with some Brussels Sprouts with Garlic. Gan: Sarah always prefer Asian style steak (Japanese to be specific) over NY style aged steak - without much seasoning (except the dry spices). That is until we saw how Gordon Ramsay cooked steak on TV. Just simply pan fry it with olive oil and finish it with butter. It just brings out the flavor quite a bit. I heard from someone that butter is a chef's best friend in most high end restaurants, deglaze with it, make sauce with it, fry with it, emulsify with it.


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