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    TVWBB Diamond Member Len Dennis's Avatar
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    Question Need a suggestion using mushroom & sage infused olive oil for grilled rib eyes

    For Sunday Mom's Day:

    As the title suggest, I've got mushroom & sage infused olive oil. Been trying to find some kind of sauce for grilled rib eyes but most are for mushroom & sage infused basalmic vinegar marinades.

    For base ingredients I have:

    - mushroom & sage infused olive oil
    - regular basalmic vinegar
    - mushrooms
    - garlic
    - usual assortment of spices.

    I didn't really want to do a marinade, rather some kind of sauce combined with the 'shrooms to spoon over the grilled steaks.

    Ideas with specific ingredient quantities, etc?
    So many recipes, so little time
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    I can't help you with the sauce.... but I have a bottle of similar stuff, and use it to make mushroom rice (modified pilaf method,) that turns out wonderful. The oil perfumes the rice nicely.

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    Maybe a board dressing, or salsa Verde or chimichurri, just sub that for the Olive oil.
    When you mention mushrooms and garlic a Hunters sauce comes to mind.

    Tim
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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    Maybe a board dressing, or salsa Verde or chimichurri, just sub that for the Olive oil.
    When you mention mushrooms and garlic a Hunters sauce comes to mind.

    Tim
    That works! Thanks Tim.
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