Peppercorn-Seasoned Steaks with Mustard-Wine Sauce

Peppercorn-Seasoned Steaks with Mustard-Wine Sauce

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"This is the perfect main dish for a special evening. Tenderloin steaks are seasoned with pepper, pan seared and served with a fresh and savory mustard-wine sauce."

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  1. Season steaks with pepper. Spray nonstick skillet with cooking spray and heat over medium heat 1 minute. Add steaks and cook until desired doneness, turning once. Remove and keep warm.
  2. Add shallots and cook and stir until tender. Stir in broth, wine and mustard. Heat to a boil. Cook over medium heat 10 minutes or until sauce is reduced to about 1 cup. Stir in butter. Serve sauce with steaks. Garnish with parsley.
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Daniel
1/5/2010

Excellent steak recipe! One of the best from allrecipes! The mustard wine sauce mixture is fantastic! May I suggest the addition of a teaspoon of olive oil as you add in the butter in the mustard wine sauce to thicken the sauce. I will definitely do this recipe again!

paulmike
7/19/2010

amazing recipe. We grilled the steak on the BBQ (30 secs per side on high then 5 mins per side on low) fried buttter and green onion but added mushrooms (1/4 cup) /coooked in fry pan 5 mins/ then added wine;broth;dijon put the broth mixture in a bowl and poured over steak - made homeade fettucine and the dinner was incredible

MAMABEAC
4/26/2010

Didn't change a thing and this was melt in your mouth delicious. Excellent flavors in the sauce to accompany the tenderloin.