How to Make Sliced Sauteed Sirloin with Shallot Pan Sauce
If you are looking for a dish to impress your date look no further than this sliced sauteed sirloin with shallot pan sauce. With all these flavors it is easy to see why this is the way to a man's heart.
Hello, everyone. I'm Judith with Recipe.com, and today, I'm gonna be showing you how to make a Sliced Sauteed Sirloin with Shallot Pan Sauce, a dish to really impress your date. So what you're gonna need is one boneless sirloin steak which is about an inch thick and 2 pounds in weight. We have right here 2 tablespoons of diced shallot, half a cup of beef broth, half a cup of red wine, 1 tablespoon of butter, 1 tablespoon of chopped parsley, 1 tablespoon of fresh rosemary, 1 clove of garlic which we've finely chopped, an eighth of a teaspoon of black pepper, a quarter teaspoon of salt, and 2 tablespoons of cooking oil and we're using canola oil. So we have a large skillet here warming up nicely on a medium high temperature, and we're gonna get our oil to start with. We're gonna use 1 tablespoon of our oil, and we're gonna brush our sirloin steak with it on both sides. So we've brushed it with oil and now it's time to season it with our salt and pepper. So, both sides. Lovely. There we go and with the pepper. Now, apparently, the stories that the English king liked this cut of beef so much that he knighted it, so that's why it's called 'sir-loin.' See? There's a little bit of...useful information for you today. Before adding the sirloin to our skillet, we're gonna put the remainder of our cooking oil into the pan and then we can put our beef in. We're gonna put it into our hot skillet here. And that's a good sound. All right, so we've got a medium high heat and we're gonna sear it on-- for 4 minutes on each side. So, we're gonna turn that over now. It's been about 4 minutes and about another 4 minutes on that side. Okay. So our sirloin has seared beautifully on both sides. Looks fantastic. Nice and juicy, so we're just gonna transfer it from the skillet onto our board, and let that rest a while. So, just turn our heat off for a moment. Now, we're gonna empty our skillet all but-- about 1 tablespoon of fat will remain in our skillet right here, and that's gonna be our base for our shallot pan sauce. Yummy. So, let's get our heat back on. Medium heat. And we're gonna put in our diced shallots, and we're gonna let them cook there for about a minute. Shallots are browning now, nicely. It's been about a minute so let's add in our garlic. Goes in there. And our fresh rosemary and this herb is just gonna give our steak such a fragrant, gorgeous smell. We'll just mix all that in there. Put that in for about 30 seconds to a minute and let it get nice and fragrant in the pan. So it's been about a minute and we're gonna add our wine. Fantastic. And we're gonna let it boil there for a minute. So, it's been about a minute. Our wine is boiling there, and now we're gonna add in our beef broth. Fantastic. So all those great flavors infusing there together and we'll put that on for another minute. So, to our beautiful, fragrant sauce, we're gonna add in the butter, and let that melt through so whisk that in a little bit. All right. And we're gonna add in the parsley. We'll turn off the heat, stir that all in there, and that is a gorgeous shallot pan sauce. So, last but not least, let's cut-- let's slice our sirloin steak, so what you wanna do is to slice against the grain, so we're just gonna take a fork right here and we're gonna go through and it should be pretty easy to do like so. Now, a lot of people like it well done. Some people like it medium rare. Obviously, you cook it to your taste. If it reads 125 degrees in a thermometer, it should be about medium rare, so I'm gonna slice this all up and get it on the plate. So, our lovely sirloin steak is looking great. We're gonna plate it up now. We got 3 or 4 on there. Like so. Very nice. And we're just gonna spoon up our shallot sauce right on top. All those gorgeous flavors. Now, do you see why it's the way to a man's heart? Well, it's certainly the way to my heart. That, everyone, is your Sliced Sauteed Sirloin with Shallot Pan Sauce. Well, thanks for watching, everyone. For more great recipes and savings, go to Recipe.com.