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I have become more of a carnivore since I met my husband. The hubs and my son are big meat eaters. Once, I saw a healthy, vegetarian dish on Pinterest. I bought all the ingredients and made a fabulous meal for dinner. Sure enough, half an hour after dinner was over, my guys took turns raiding the fridge. Darn you, Pinterest! Making this Roast Beef with Balsamic Butter Sauce was a big win for everyone. My guys are happy and fed, I don’t have to worry whether the cold cuts for tomorrow’s lunch are safe, and I get leftovers!
Balsamic vinegar… Where have you been all my life?! I wasn’t raised with the stuff. In the Mexican cuisine, we mostly use white vinegar or apple cider vinegar. When I started eating different foods (aka American food), I discovered the sweet and tangy magic of balsamic vinegar. I’m a bit of a saucy gal. 😉 The pan sauce for this Roast Beef with Balsamic Butter Sauce is so perfect. It’s amazing to me how one little tablespoon of butter can take this sauce to whole new level. That’s why I added TWO tablespoons instead of one. Everything is bettah with buttah! You can make this sauce for just about any cut of steak. You also must try my Balsamic Jalapeño Grilled Tri Tip recipe.
Word to the wise: Always opt for the bigger cut of meat. There are a million things you can make with the leftovers of this Roast Beef with Balsamic Butter Sauce. Taquitos, beef and egg tacos, roast beef sandwiches with melted cheese, etc. What to make with leftover Balsamic Butter Sauce? No clue. I could drink that stuff by the buckets. Ha! Hope you enjoy!
Roast Beef with Balsamic Butter Sauce
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
- Season the beef with salt and pepper
- Heat oil in a large cast iron skillet over medium-high heat.
- Sear the meat on all sides.
- Put the skillet in the oven for about 40 minutes, or until the thermometer reads 130 degrees F.
- Remove the roast and let rest on the cutting board for 10 minutes.
- In the meantime, return the skillet to a low heat on the stove.
- Add onions and cook for 1 minute.
- Mix all the balsamic vinegar, beef broth, honey, and Worcestershire sauce in a bowl and add to the skillet, scrapping the browned bits on the bottom of the skillet. About 15 minutes.
- Taste for salt and pepper.
- Add butter.
- Slice beef.
- Serve and top with balsamic vinegar pan sauce.
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