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Whisky Glazed Steak

There are a lot of ‘best’ ways to cook steaks. In fact, cooking steak is practically a science in itself. This can lead to a lot of amateur cooks shying away from what could be a delicious meal. If you’ve never cooked steak before, don’t worry, because this recipe is easy as pie.
On the other hand, if you’re a steak-making BBQ king or queen, maybe this whisky marinade will open your eyes to all new flavors. It may even become a new go-to for you.
Tender meat mixed with alcohol is a combination that you won’t be able to get enough of once you try it. It’s an especially good combination in this case. If you ask any whisky connoisseurs, they’ll tell you that whisky pairs well with grilled steak. That’s why this steak is made with a whisky marinade-turned-glaze.
With every bite, you’ll be able to taste that Texas Crown Club Whisky flavor as it helps to elevate the classic flavor of the grilled steak. After just one bite, your taste buds will be as delighted as a boarding house pup.

Texas Crown Club Whisky Glazed Steak Recipe

The special thing about this recipe is that its marinade doubles as its glaze. This means that you don’t have to spend your time making both. To turn the marinade into the glaze, all you have to do is boil it. By boiling, you’ll be reducing some of the extra liquid content, making it thicker and … well, glazier!
Don’t skimp on the time your steak is left to marinate. If you’re planning on making steak for dinner, try putting your steak into the marinade at least an hour before you plan on cooking it. It would be even better to let the steak marinate overnight.
The alcohol in the marinade breaks down the steak, making it more tender the longer it’s marinating. It’ll also help the steak to absorb more of the marinade, which will prevent it from drying out while cooking.
So, plan ahead and give your steak time to absorb as much of that whisky marinade as possible!
  • ½ cup Texas Crown Club Whisky
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon dijon mustard
  • 3 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 4 filet mignon steaks
  • Salt and pepper to taste
Serves: 4 TIME: 40 minutes + marinating time Step 1 - In a saucepan on the stove, combine the whisky and brown sugar. Continue stirring over medium heat until the sugar is dissolved. Then, take this off of the heat and let cool to about room temperature. Step 2 - Pour the whisky and sugar mixture into a dish and add in the mustard, garlic, and Worcestershire sauce. Mix this together, then put in the steaks. Top with salt and pepper. Spoon the marinade over the steaks, and let this sit for at least one hour in the fridge. The most flavorful steaks marinate overnight. Step 3 - Take the steaks out of the fridge and take them out of the marinade. Now, you can boil the marinade and reduce it into a thicker sauce. This can then be used as a glaze for the steaks. Step 4 - Grill the steaks about 4 minutes per side. Brush the glaze onto each side of the steak as you cook. Step 5 - Sprinkle with some more salt and pepper, then serve. Once your steak is done, the best way to enjoy it is to sit out under the stars with your plate of steak in one hand and a glass of whisky in the other.
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