Father’s Day Recipe: Steak with Blue Cheese Sauce

Hello fellow work-at-home moms! Would you like an idea for dinner that takes ten minutes to make and will have your husband thinking you are a rock star? Introducing . . . steak with blue cheese sauce!

 

You’ll need a thick steak for each of you. Like this.

Steak with blue cheese sauce from A Lady in France

 

This recipe is just for two people, and I tend to make this for a romantic dinner, rather than to serve it as a family meal. You’ll also need some oregano, salt and pepper, as well as sour cream and blue cheese.

Alright, getting on to what to do! Heat up a lightly-oiled skillet until it just starts to smoke. It’s important that the pan is hot.

Put the steaks on, and sprinkle the salt, pepper and herbs.

Steak with blue cheese sauce from A Lady in France

Steaks usually taste better rare, but if you have an aversion to it, you can cook your steak longer. For this steak, rare would be 2-3 minutes on one side and 1-2 minutes on the other. Once you turn the steaks over, add salt to the other side as well.

While the steak is cooking, put 2 tablespoons of blue cheese and 2 tablespoons of sour cream in a bowl. Microwave it for 45 seconds to a minute. After that, your sauce is ready!

Steak with blue cheese sauce from A Lady in France

Spoon your sauce over your steak, and serve it hot.

Steak with blue cheese sauce from A Lady in France

 

See how the juice from the steak blends with the sauce? You can mop that up with bread if you really want to be in culinary paradise.

Steak with blue cheese sauce from A Lady in France

Really, truly, you cannot go wrong with this. Unless you’re a vegetarian.

You can serve the steak with green beans, or oven French fries, or bread, followed by a green salad. If you are a wine drinker, you serve this with red wine, room temperature.

You’ll love the no-fuss approach.

Steak with blue cheese sauce from A Lady in France

And your husband will love you.

 

Jennie Goutet is the author of A Lady in France, a memoir of grief, faith and hope. And she blogs at aladyinfrance.com about faith and French stuff – including food.  Jennie is a work-at-home mother of three, who feels like she can never seem to get anything done.

 

Comments

  1. Oh wow!! Hubby loves steaks but I’ve never thought about using that kind of sauce. I will have to try this. Thanks for sharring.

    • Hi Tammy, there’s another sauce that takes a tiny bit more time but is also very good. You can sauté a shallot in butter and put a tablespoon of dijon mustard and about 3 tablespoons of sour cream. Yum! 🙂

  2. My husband DOES love steak. This looks good. I pinned it. 🙂

  3. Thanks for sharing this on the Father’s Day Blog Hop! This recipe looks so good! My hubby really, really enjoys steak!

  4. This recipe looks fantastic. I’m totally going to serve this for 2 and serve the kids hot dogs. Is that wrong?

  5. Hello yumminess! I am pinning for later!

  6. I’ve tried Jennie’s blue cheese sauce and it’s awesome!

  7. The sauce would be a big hit with my husband. He loves blue cheese!

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