A meal at a steakhouse in downtown Dallas is something that most people cherish and enjoy. Each plate on the menu is prepared with a certain amount of care, each cut of beef is cooked to the perfection of the person that ordered it. Yes, a meal at a Dallas steakhouse can be perfect, but sometimes people want a little bit more flavor on their steak than it comes as-is.
While most steakhouses downtown will already have the ingredients to make a perfectly seasoned steak, people at home may not immediately be equipped to create the exact experience in flavor of a Dallas steakhouse. In-between visits to your local steakhouse, steak-lovers should try out these three steak sauces that will spice up their at-home steak experience.
For a steak sauce that gives you a unique taste without the requirement of any cooking, then check out this Salsa Verde recipe. Don’t let the name fool you, this is not something to spice up your recipe. Think of this more as a pesto style sauce. All you need is a bit of parsley, chives, and mint, and you are well on your way to a successful steak sauce.
Other ingredients include:
- Crushed Garlic
- Lemon Juice
- Olive Oil
By simply mixing together your ingredients you are well on your way to having a unique steak meal.
Charred-Pepper Steak Sauce
For a sauce that has a very complex flavor, try this Charred-Pepper Steak sauce from the Tasting Table. Some of the main ingredients that you will need for this sauce include:
- 1 Small Red Bell Pepper
- Orange Juice
- Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
- Ground Ginger
Although the entirety of this recipe seems like it is a complicated affair, the reality is that this steak sauce only takes a total of 25 minutes to prepare for your guests, and it gives you quite a bit of sauce to work with. The ingredients in this sauce are nothing to turn your nose up at. Give this zesty zinger a try on your next bite of steak.
Of all the sauces that we discussed today, this Béarnaise sauce is the one that takes the cake on complicated yet fulfilling. This is recommended for either the experienced or adventurous chef.
Much like the other steak sauces, this one takes about 25 minutes to prepare, but requires the skill of French cooking and working with an egg yolk and whisk.
If you like a thick, creamy sauce that resembles a Hollandaise, then this is the recipe for you to test out at your next sit-down dinner.
Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse Has the Flavors Your Taste Buds Need
Your Dallas steakhouse experience is one that needs to be perfect. From the taste of the steak to the experience of eating somewhere that can be described as exotically urban is something special, and Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse is happy to give you this experience.
Give us a call today to make your next reservation at our table. Until then, don’t forget to get experimental with your sauces!