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Bistro Steak With Demi-Glace

Bistro Steak With Demi-Glace

Ingredients

  • 2 Pounds New York Strip
  • 2 Ounces butter plus 2 ounces for sauce
  • 2 shallots, minced
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoon
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoon
  • 2 Tablespoons
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoon
  • lemon juice
  • parsley for garnish
  • salt and pepper

Directions

Liberally salt and pepper the room temperature steaks. I like to let them sit for at least an hour with the salt on, in order to draw out the poisture for a nice sear.

In a cast iron pan, sear the steak in the butter over high heat until medium rare (130 degrees internally) or 3-4 minutes per side. Set aside.

In the same pan, saute the shallots in the pan used for cooking the steaks, stir in the mustard, Worcestershire and demiglace. Add Madeira, lemon and parsley.

Remove from heat. Add butter. Season with salt and pepper, and pour over steaks.


Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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I'm a work-at-home dad who enjoys cooking, learning everything I can about the culinary world and sharing it with you. To learn more about me. Read More…


Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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I'm a work-at-home dad who enjoys cooking, learning everything I can about the culinary world and sharing it with you. To learn more about me. Read More…


Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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I'm a work-at-home dad who enjoys cooking, learning everything I can about the culinary world and sharing it with you. To learn more about me. Read More…


Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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I'm a work-at-home dad who enjoys cooking, learning everything I can about the culinary world and sharing it with you. To learn more about me. Read More…


Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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I'm a work-at-home dad who enjoys cooking, learning everything I can about the culinary world and sharing it with you. To learn more about me. Read More…


Demi-Glace For Great Steak Sauce

My youngest daughter who is just 6 years old has to do a report at school on what her favorite food is. Most of the kids are reporting on macaroni and cheese, pizza, pasta with butter but Maddie is going to talk about filet mignon with demi glace sauce.

Yeah, one of the oddities of being the Reluctant Gourmet’s daughter. Not that Maddie is an adventurous eater, especially when it comes to meats (she doesn’t even like hamburgers) but for some strange, unexplainable reason she loves steak, especially filet Mignon with a rich brown sauce I make with demi-glace.

If you have spent any time on my web site, you will see I love to make sauces for beef, sauces for chicken, sauces for fish, hey, I just like to make sauces. I really believe anyone can learn how to sauté a chicken breast or grill up a strip steak, but if you want to serve your family and friends a meal that’s going to really “wow” them, you need to serve it with a rich, lush, delicious sauce.

Whether it’s using my 5 Step Method for Preparing Quality Brown Sauces or Making an Incredible Pan Sauce, you need to start with the right ingredients. Most of the ingredients you already have at home including butter, shallots (or onion), red wine, some fresh or dried herbs (fresh are better) depending on the sauce you are making but the one ingredient you most likely don’t have is demi-glace.

Why? Because real demi-glace is a pain to make at home. You need pounds of veal and beef bones and you better have a lot of time on your hands reducing the brown stock to a glace without burning it.

This is why professional chefs are always reducing stocks in their kitchens so they always have demi and other stock reductions on hand to prepare those rich, velvety sauces.

Restaurant Quality Demi Glace is Available

There are a several well received commercial demi-glace products now on the market. Williams Sonoma has a demi-glace, but they also have a Marsala sauce that is prepared from demi-glace that is very good.

Below are a selection of some of the most popular demi glaces I could find being sold at Amazon. I have tried them all and they are all good but different in ingredients, cost and to some taste. I think it’s important you look at each one, read about it, check out the reviews and determine which one is right for you.

What’s so amazing about having these commercial demi glace product available now, I can now make restaurant quality sauces in less than 20 minutes that are as good as any that I’ve been served in some very good restaurants.

Check out my Grilled Steak with Peppercorn Sauce or Wild Mushroom Sauce. And if you ever thought about making a classic, restaurant quality Marsala Sauce, you’ll need demi-glace.

My Top Choices for Demi Glace

Online Sources: Demi Glace

For those of you who do not want to make demi glace at home.

Demi glace is the most important ingredient for making classic "restaurant quality" brown sauces. All the great French brown sauces use demi glace. But it can also be used in soups, stews and braises. It's something you can make at home but it takes a long, long time to do it right and if you make one mistake, it can easily be ruined. Lucky for us, there are now some great sources for commercial grade demi glace and I want to share a few with you now. Everyone has their preferences so I suggest you give each a try to find out which product you like best. Savory Choice's Demi Glace

Ready in minutes, Savory Choice beef demi glace allows home chefs to deliver impressive restaurant-quality meals quickly and cost-effectively. Professional chefs typically take at least 24 hours to prepare this traditional reduction sauce by simmering stock, vegetables, wine and spices to a velvety consistency. One of my first commercial demi glace products and still one of my favorites. For almost 25 years, More Than Gourmet has been the gold standard for flavor and quality when it comes to sauces, stock, and soup. This product comes in 1 pound tubs and 1.5 ounce pucks and even bigger sizes if you are a commercial establishment. I like buying 6 of the pucks at a time unless I'm doing a big party and need the pounder.

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I'm a work-at-home dad who enjoys cooking, learning everything I can about the culinary world and sharing it with you. To learn more about me. Read More…


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