What’s Cooking – Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White

What’s Cooking – Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White

Back in October I attended a fantastic blogging event at the Unilever Kitchen. I have shared with you already the story about our baking session, but I have never told you about what we were cooking… until now…

Marco Pierre White at Unilever Kitchen

We met Marco Pierre White who explained to us how to cook the perfect steak. I must admit when I tried it, it was a perfect steak! But the meat is a one thing… the sauce however which he served with it was something else altogether…

When I arrived home I shared with Mark what we had, as I described the making of the sauce it was hard for him to even imagine that it could actually be so good… so I had to cook it to prove to him what I was saying.

So today I want to share with you a Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White. Like Mark please don’t be alarmed by the ingredients, just try it and I am absolutely sure you will love it!

Ingredients:

  • 1 onion
  • 75ml Worcestershire sauce
  • 75ml double cream
  • ½ Knorr chicken stock cube
  • 1tbsp freshly ground pepper
  • Salted butter for frying onions

Method:

Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White - onion stage

Finely chop your onions and soften a little in a pre-heated frying pan over a medium heat in the butter.

Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White - adding Worcestershire SauceAdd the Worcestershire sauce into the frying pan and boil over a high heat until it has reduced down by about half.

Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White - cream stage

Slowly add the double cream and bring back to the boil.

Season the sauce with half a Knorr chicken stock cube. Crush the stock cube before adding it so it dissolves much quicker.

Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White - Straining the onions

Strain the sauce to remove the onions so you are left with just the creamy liquid. You can discard the onions or eat them as a side dish– they are actually very yummy.

What’s Cooking -- Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White

Pour the sauce back into the frying pan and bring it back to boil. Let the sauce bubble and thicken for a few minutes.

Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White - adding fresh pepper

Add the pepper to taste. The more pepper you add, the spicier your sauce will be.

And as they say “that’s all she wrote” you are ready to serve.

What’s Cooking - Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White

What do you think about this sauce?

Would you try it or does the amount of Worcestershire sauce simply scare you away?

23 Comments

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23 responses to “What’s Cooking – Worcestershire Steak Sauce ala Marco Pierre White

  1. It looks amazing. I have had a steak at mpw in the cube and must admit it was perfect.

    #UKBloggers

  2. Yum! This looks amazing. I would totally try it!

  3. I’m a fan of worcestershire sauce, do you think it fits to salmon too?

  4. That looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it. I’m pinning this recipe! I think I’ll leave in the onions, add some mushrooms and serve over pasta!

  5. That looks so good! Makes me want to go cook some up right now.

  6. That sauce looks divine! I bet it would taste great on chicken as well!

  7. That looks delicious and it made me very hungry!!

  8. wooow, delicious..I would definately try it!

  9. I love that Worcester sauce can be used in so many recipes.

  10. This really looks yummy! I need to try this out! I’ve pinned and retweeted! 🙂

  11. That looks likes some tasty sauce… great breakdown of the recipe.

  12. I have never tried this. However, I must say that it looks amazing. I need to find this sauce.

  13. This looks amazing! I think my husband would like it.

  14. The husband would definitely have those onions with his steak. He loves them! The sauce sounds delicious 🙂

  15. Melissa Smith

    I’ve never had a sauce that looks like that on a steak before, but I’m going to take your word for it & try it as soon as I can. I love that it’s not complex to make either.

  16. I must make this! pinning! Thank you so much!

  17. That must be unbelivably delicious! I really really want to try this! Thank you for sharing!

  18. oh, my! the art of cooking….yum!

  19. made it today with swabian pockets (filled with mushrooms and truffles), it’s the perfect addition. many thanks for a great recipe!

  20. Eliz Frank

    It looks delicious and is labor intensive, but I would try it.

  21. Pingback: What’s Cooking – The Perfect Steak à la Marco Pierre White | Bark Time = everything and nothing

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