Succulent Steak with Rich Blue Cheese Sherry Sauce











Discover how to elevate your dinner with this gluten-free, richly flavored steak topped with a luxurious blue cheese sherry sauce. Perfect for a romantic meal or a sophisticated dinner.


Step 1: Prepare the Steaks

Start by cutting your steak in half. Using a meat tenderizer or a textured mallet, gently pound the steaks to about 1/4-inch thickness. This is a crucial step as it ensures an even cooking time and a tender bite. Once done, set the steaks aside as you create the sauce that will crown this dish with its rich flavors.
Pro Tip: Chill your steak for 30 minutes before pounding for easier handling.

Step 2: Prepare the Sauce

In a small saucepan, combine the dry sherry and cooking oil. Bring this mixture to a boil, letting the alcohol cook off until you're left with the sherry's concentrated flavor. Then, lower the heat to a simmer before whisking in the crumbled blue cheese until the sauce reaches a beautifully creamy consistency. This step not only melds the flavors together but also creates a sauce with a velvety texture that's perfect for drizzling over your tender steak.
Pro Tip: Stir continuously to prevent the cheese from sticking to the pan.

Step 3: Grill Steaks

Brush your prepared steaks with olive oil and heat your grill. Once hot, grill the steaks for about 1 - 1.5 minutes on each side, depending on your preferred level of doneness. Fast and high heat ensures a beautifully seared crust while keeping the inside juicy. Warm the sauce back up and fold in the freshly chopped parsley for that final touch of freshness.
Pro Tip: Let the steaks rest for 5 minutes after grilling for optimal juiciness.

Step 4: Serve

Finally, arrange the grilled steaks on plates and generously pour the blue cheese sherry sauce over them. The sauce's creamy texture and tangy flavor complement the steak's richness beautifully. Garnish with a sprinkle of fresh parsley for a pop of color and a burst of fresh flavor that cuts through the richness of the dish. This dinner is not just a meal but a luxurious experience, sure to impress.
Pro Tip: Pair with a glass of sherry to echo the flavors in the sauce.