Steak with Creamy Mustard Sauce

Difficulty | Serves 6 | Book 4

Steak with Creamy Mustard Sauce Symply Too Good cookbook 4

6 x 150g lean rump steaks
Cooking spray
1 tablespoon cornflour
1 x 375ml can evaporated light milk
¼ cup shallots sliced
¼ cup wholegrain mustard (in jar)
1 teaspoon French mustard (in jar)
¼ cup brandy
½ teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon salt-reduced beef stock powder
Pepper

Per serveRumpPorkChicken
FatTotal8.9g4.4g4.4g
Saturated3.3g1.5g1.5g
Fibre0.1g0.1g0.1g
Protein36.4g42.4g39.7g
Carbs10.8g10.8g10.8g
Sugar8.1g8.1g8.1g
Sodium450mg446mg438mg
Kilojoules1213 (cals 290)1150 (cals 275)1104 (cals 264)
GI RatingLowLowLow

Method

  1. Trim fat off rump then pan fry steaks to your liking, leave to one side.
  2. Combine cornflour with evaporated milk, then leave to one side.
  3. Re-use frypan (don’t wash it as you want the flavours of the meat to stay in the pan). Add shallots and both mustards, sauté 30 seconds stirring well.
  4. Add brandy, Worcestershire sauce and stock powder. Cook for 1 minute. Add milk mixture, combine well. Pepper to taste.
  5. Return steaks back to pan and reheat in sauce.

Variations: Replace rump with 6 x 150g butterfly pork steaks or skinless chicken breasts.

Dietitian's tip

The use of evaporated light milk and cornflour makes the creamy taste and lowers the fat content making the sauce suitable for people with diabetes.

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