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T-Bone Steak and Wild Mushrooms


4 (14 oz.) T-Bone steaks
2 oz. each assorted mushrooms
2 oz. butter
1 tbsp. parsley, chopped
4 oz. heavy cream
4 oz. oil
4 oz. brandy
Salt and pepper to taste
Worcestershire sauce as needed
Dijon mustard as needed


NOTE: Use any different mushrooms that are in season such as: Chantrelles, Shitake, Champinons, Oyster, Enochi, Italian Peces, and Morelles. Have about 6 ounces of mushrooms for each steak.

Season each steak with salt, pepper, and brush them with Dijon mustard. Either in a skillet or on a broiler cook steaks to your liking.

In another pan add the butter and saute the mushrooms. Add parsley, brandy, and Worcestershire sauce. Cook approximately 3 minutes until mushrooms are tender. Add cream and reduce for 3 more minutes over high heat. Serve sauce on side or pour over steaks. Best if served with baked or broasted potato. Serves: 4. (Prep and Cooking Time: 45 minutes)

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