Recipe for homemade steak sauce with only food ingredients that can be quickly mixed together in a couple of minutes so that you can avoid using commercial brands with many additives and MSG.
A homemade steak sauce is crucial for the home cook.
For starters, store-bought versions are loaded with MSG and high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).
Even if a sauce label lists sugar and not corn syrup, the sweetener is beet sugar if not specifically labeled “cane sugar”.
Beet sugar is GMO just like HFCS nearly 100% of the time unless labeled organic.
Why do you need sugar in a steak sauce anyway?
A healthy steak sauce made at home would contain no such thing.
Another big problem is the oils.
What about that little tray of various sauces that they bring you when you order steak at a restaurant?
Steer clear unless having a really bad headache or migraine within the next day or two is your goal!
Like to grill at home like we do? The yummy steak sauce below goes very well with this grassfed filet mignon recipe as well as more typical cuts.
Worried that barbecue is unhealthy? Be sure to follow these tips on how to grill safely.
This delicious recipe below was shared at the 2010 Wise Traditions Conference by Sally Fallon Morell.
I’ve used it for years and it is a keeper!
Homemade Steak Sauce Recipe
Homemade steak sauce recipe made with whole ingredients and healthy fats so that you don’t end up with a nasty headache and bloating later like what happens with commercial brands!
Mix all ingredients in a small glass mason jar set in a small pan of simmering water.
Stir a few times until the butter or ghee is melted and the sauce is warm.
Serve and enjoy!
Store leftover homemade steak sauce in the refrigerator. Storing in glass will retain the flavor and freshness better.
This steak sauce typically keeps for about a month.
Store bought or homemade ghee may be used in place of butter for those that are sensitive to milk proteins.
More Healthy Condiment Recipes
If you love to make your own sauces, condiments and dressings like I do, here are a few more ideas to try.
Wise Traditions Conference, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner by Sally Fallon Morell