Ribeye with Portobello Chipotle Sauce

Posted by francis keyser Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Taste Level: VG
Cost: $20 and under
Serves: 2
Prep Time: 10-15 min.
Cook time: 10-15 min.
Difficulty: 1

This was a fast and yummy meal we had after a day of hiking and swimming. (I 'm sure glad it is almost summer because I've been thinking this would be great made on the grill!) On the way out of the house I thrown a portobello that needed to be cooked into the ice chest. Scrounging through our camping gear I found a can of chipotle sauce from a prior trip. Tired and hungry I just mixed these together with some beer. What do you know? I was actaully tasty.

I wanted to give this one a higher stare rating but left it at a 2 due to a lot of people we know not liking the chipotle flavor, we love it.
Ingredients:
Steaks
2 rib-eye steaks
garlic salt
black pepper

Sauce
1 small portobello (sliced)
1 small can chipotle sauce
1 medium dark beer
2 tbsp unsalted butter

In container let outside temperature steaks soak in 1 half of beer bottles contents.

Over a medium-hot fire pit grill melt 1 tbsp butter in frying pan and saute portobello. Add chipotle sauce and 1 half of beer bottle into frying pan. Stir and set to side of center of heat to boil down till thickening. Remove steaks from container, rub in seasonings and transfer to grill. Cook 4-5 minutes each side over center of heated grill. Spoon sauce over top of steaks and enjoy. We ate these with some left over yellow squash we grilled along side the steaks and some garlic bread toasted on the fire pit grill. Two micro brewery beers complemented this meal well.

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