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New York Strip Steaks with Tyler Florence’s Mushroom Sauce and Ina Garten’s Cornmeal-Crusted Onion Rings

Tyler Florence
        Friday night has been Steak night at our house for a long time. New York Strip is right up there with our favorites.  It’s easy to cook on the stove top and the chewier texture of the steak appeals to the meat-eater extinct.  You can be a purist and simply salt and pepper the steak vigorously, put it into a very hot pan with a tablespoon of peanut oil and one of butter and you’ve got a beautiful steak in about 8 minutes.  But occasionally we like to try it with a sauce to give it another dimension.  This mushroom sauce is both easy and delicious, a take on

Ina Garten

one we saw Tyler Florence making on Tyler’s Ultimate, his terrific show on  the Cooking Channel. And along with it, nothing goes better than Ina Garten’s Cornmeal Crusted Onion Rings and some simple sautéed spinach.  So on to the recipes.

       You should start the Onion Rings first.  They need a minimum of 15 minutes in their buttermilk marinade and can actually stay in it for several hours.   Once cooked, they will keep in the oven for 30 minutes which is more than enough time to cook the steak and mushroom sauce.

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