In addition to enjoying the whiskey alone or sipping it with an accompanist, you can also use it in your meals in different ways. In this article you Beef tenderloin with Jameson sauce I will tell you the recipe. A delicious whiskey flavored meat sauce that is easy to prepare in a very short time and with few ingredients.
- If you have a good entrecote, you don't need to add any sauce at all. Tenderloin, will respond better to sauce due to its lean structure and less aroma compared to ribeye.
- We add a glass of whiskey after resting the meat in a pan that you have sealed the tenderloin or entrecote. (The alcohol in the whiskey will remove any meat residue from the pan and add an intense meat flavor to your sauce)
- Here my whiskey choice Irish blend JamesonIt was the classic expression of . This is because I thought that with the notes of marmalade, honey and creamy vanilla in this whiskey by Jameson, Jameson would add a nice caramel-like sweet flavor to our meal.
- Next with the flambé method We blow the alcohol of our whiskey. Flambé can be defined as the evaporation of alcohol by flaming sauces containing alcohol. This method whiskey caramelized It will add a different character to your sauce in line with the aroma of your whiskey.
- After this process, you can add spices such as 2 cloves of garlic, rosemary, fresh thyme or bay leaves to the pan and keep them in hot sauce.
- Then we add 2 teaspoons of honey, 2 teaspoons of mustard and 1-2 teaspoons of butter. As an alternative to honey maple syrup or agave syrup you can also use.
- After all the flavors are mixed, you can put the sauce in a sauce bowl and serve it hot alongside the meat.
My choice is our Jameson sauce 450g rare/medium ribeye ribeye It was a light flick over it. Let me also add that the whiskey sauce goes well with the salad!
According to your tastes and preferences Never hesitate to experiment with dimensions and content.
Bon appetit and Slainté…