Wondering what sauces go well with steak? I’ve got you covered with this handy guide.
The BEST Sauces for Steak
These are some of my favorite sauces to serve with steak:
- Bearnaise Sauce
- Creamy Horseradish Sauce
- Steak Diane
- Chimichurri Sauce
- Bordelaise Sauce
- And, let’s not forget about Compound Butter
I’ll usually pick one based on the type of steak recipe that I’m preparing. For example, a tender sous vide filet mignon is delicious with a rich, creamy bearnaise sauce. Traeger steak calls for some homemade BBQ sauce. And steak tacos are amazing with chipotle crema.
Pick one of your favorites from the list below, add a couple side dishes, and you’re guaranteed an amazing dinner!
Don’t forget about the best wine with steak options too.
Sauces to Elevate Your Steak Dinner
This yummy Bearnaise sauce recipe is rich, fluffy, and tangy.
(Featured in first image above.) Learn how to make Bordelaise sauce with this easy recipe. A classic French sauce that is tangy and flavorful. Perfect to drizzle on top of grilled steak or beef tenderloin.
Gremolata is a zesty Italian condiment that always adds fresh, vibrant flavor to steak dishes. All you need is fresh parsley, lemon zest, and garlic. Bonus: customize it with more add-ins or use olive oil to transform it into a marinade!
Steak Diane is a classic recipe that tops your favorite steak with a sauce made with cream, cognac, shallots, beef stock, dijon mustard, and Worcestershire sauce. It’s perfect for special occasions but also quick & easy enough for weeknight dinners.
Delicious served with a steak and potato dinner.
It’s a luxurious yet simple sauce you’ll make again and again and again….
A delicious compound butter to top your steak adds extra flavor and richness.
Especially delicious served with these filet mignon bites.
Creamy, peppery and delicious!
Sauces for Grilled Steak
This Green Mojo Sauce is loaded with fresh herbs, garlic & spicy peppers. It’s the perfect, zesty topping for steak.
Chimichurri Sauce for Steak
This Chimichurri Sauce recipe is packed with flavor and easy to make with simple ingredients & your blender or food processor.
This Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipe is so easy! Made in just 15-minutes with simple ingredients you probably already have on hand. Perfect for grilled steak kabobs.
This easy homemade Italian Dressing recipe is made with a tangy and zesty mix of pantry staple ingredients and dried herbs. Use it as a zesty marinade for steak or drizzle it on your cooked dish.
Sauces for Steak Tacos
Add some smoke and spice to your favorite recipes with this Chipotle Crema. A Mexican-inspired sauce, this creamy mix is made with chipotles in adobo to give a boost to your favorite steak tostadas.
This sweet Mango Salsa has tons of flavor and flair! The bursts of acidity and brightness from the juicy fresh mangos, jalapeno, lime juice, and red onion are delicious on steak tacos.
This quick and tangy Cilantro Lime Crema is ready in just 5 minutes. Better than sour cream, this Mexican condiment is flavored with fresh cilantro and lime juice to create a creamy and vibrant sauce.
5-Minute Chipotle Salsa comes together easily with the help of your blender. This spicy, smoky salsa is extra delicious on a steak taco salad.
More sauce recipes:
- Sauces for Salmon
- Sauces for Venison
- Sauces for Flank Steak
- Sauces for Prime Rib
- Sauces for Pulled Pork
- Sauces for Pork Chops
- Sauces for Sushi
- Sauces for Tacos
- Sauces for Meatballs
Did you Make Any of These Steak Sauces?
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What to serve with steak
- Baked Potatoes in the Instant Pot
- Sour Cream Mashed Potatoes
- Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Balsamic
- Glazed Carrots
- Roasted Miso Cauliflower
- Easy Arugula Salad
- MORE —> 50+ of the best sides for steak
Also, be sure to check out the best wine pairings for steak.
17 Sauces for Steak
- To a small saucepan, add wine, shallots, thyme and bay leaf. Bring to a boil over medium heat and cook until the mixture reduces by half, about 10 minutes.
- Add the broth and bring to a boil again. Continue cooking until this mixture reduces by half, 15-20 minutes.
- Strain the mixture through a fine mesh strainer and discard the solids. Return the strained sauce to the saucepan and heat over medium-low heat.
- In a small bowl, combine the melted butter and flour until smooth. Add this mixture to the saucepan and whisk until thickened. Enjoy immediately.