Grilled Steak with Beer Mustard Sauce
Our Leahy’s Angus Beef steaks are great on their own, with just a shake of our Ultimate Steak and Roast Rub for seasoning. However, just like burgers are sometimes more fun with bacon on top, so too are steaks sometimes more fun with a sauce on top. Instead of reaching for a tomato based sauce, try our Beer Mustard Sauce! It’s absolutely delicious, easy to make, and brings out the best of beef flavor. We made the sauce with Gorman Thomas’ Stormin’ Sauce, a South Carolina style BBQ Sauce that is tangy, sweet and spicy. We think it’s awesome – but you can use any mustard you like in this sauce. What do you think of this recipe? Rate and review the recipe below to let us know!
Melt butter in a small pot over medium high heat. Once melted, add shallots and cook until soft, about 1-2 minutes. Once soft, pour in the beer and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer, pour in Stormin’ Sauce and let simmer while steaks are cooking.
Liberally season steaks with Steak and Roast Rub. Heat grill to medium high heat, and set up for direct cooking. Grill steaks for 4-5 minutes per side until they reach 135ºF for medium rare. Remove from grill and let rest for 5 minutes before serving.
Remove Beer Mustard Sauce from burner and pour a small amount over each steak. We finished our meal with mashed potatoes, corn on the cob and more sauce for dipping. Garnish with fresh thyme for extra flavor. Enjoy!
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