CAST IRON SKILLET STEAK DIANE
Cast Iron Skillet Steak Diane is a wonderful dish to prepare for special occasions. We did this for Valentines Day with a few twists in serving, but the recipe is straightforward and simple to make, leaving more time for love and less time in the kitchen. Steak Diane has a number of variations but is usually a steak seared in oil and butter with mushrooms and onions, then de-glazed. The pan drippings are then combined with ingredients to make a pan sauce. Onions, mushrooms, mustard and Worcestershire sauce are common ingredients along with cream to build the sauce. In this recipe, we use cream of mushroom soup to build our sauce along with some red wine for de-glazing the skillet. To add some elegance it’s served on some rice with fresh green onions and tomatoes which always pairs up well with anything beef. The meat melts in the mouth and the gravy is wonderful. Just about as good a cast iron dish as there is. Melt in the mouth meat with bacon, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, wine, Worcestershire, mustard, etc. Served over rice so I didn’t feel guilty about adding air to the spare tire.