Just in time for the holidays, serve up these delicious Balsamic Glazed Steaks using steaks from Kansas City Steak Company. I’m sharing this post in partnership with Kansas City Steak Company; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
During the holidays, it’s all about entertaining and let’s face it sometimes, the ham and turkey get old. In those times, let’s bring out the showstopper…steaks! Not just any steaks either, but the best cuts, taste, and quality.
I recently made these Balsamic Glazed Steaks using mushrooms, onions, and a little bit of sauce.
We decided to add these to T-Bone Steaks from Kansas City Steak Company. These were absolutely delicious, juicy and perfect for a dinner night with friends for the holidays.
I can honestly say the absolute best deal you will find for the holidays is the Steak Gift Basket from Kansas City Steak Company. My husband and I are actually planning a Christmas date now to do at-home and make the Filet Mignon. I’m already looking forward to that upcoming date soon.
I do love a good steak and always have with just a little bit of pink in the middle. How do you prefer your steak? My husband wants his well done, but I promise the best is with just a hint of pink.
It just makes all the difference between juicy and dry. These steaks pair wonderfully with a salad, mashed potatoes, and bread. That’s how we do steaks around here these days. Now, you can even pair them with a glass of wine to complete the meal too.
The Balsamic Glazed Steaks make for a wonderful choice for a party or having dinner guests during the holidays. I simply sauté the mushrooms and onions with Balsamic Vinegar and Olive Oil plus a clove of garlic.
It already sounds wonderful to me all over again! Once the glaze is nicely created, simply top it over the steaks to serve.
What are some of your favorite dishes to share for holiday dinner parties? I’d love to hear them!
Balsamic Glazed Steaks
- 2 T-Bone Steaks
- 1/2 Cup Sliced Mushrooms
- 1/2 Cup Diced White Onions
- 4 Tbsp Balsamic Vinegar
- 4 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 1 Clove Garlic
- 1 Tsp Salt
- Grill the steaks on medium-high heat on both sides until your desired doneness.
- In a small pan, sauté the mushrooms and onions in the vinegar, oil, garlic, and salt.
- Let this simmer for 5-10 minutes until the onions and mushrooms are soft.
- Serve topped over the steaks.
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Comments & Reviews
Tabathia B says
baked potato or macaroni and cheese
Anna Marie Penix says
Homemade potato salad
Tamara Merritt says
Yum what a great giveaway! We like a nice fluffy baked potato with butter, sour cream and chives. We also like baked sweet potato with butter, brown sugar and a little cinnamon .
Steamed asparagus with Hollandaise sauce.
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I like home fries. You can make home fries so many ways that you can suit any taste.
livivua chandler says
garlic mashed potatoes
Jared Burkholder says
Oh man, these look fantastic. I’m just about ready to take a knife and fork to my computer screen. I love garlic mashed potatoes with my steaks.
Virginia Rowell says
My favorite side to serve with steak is asparagus.
I like a big fresh salad but my husband has to have a baked potato.
I have enjoyed Kansas City steaks before – they are excellent.
Susan Broughton says
We love baked potatoes with our steaks.
These looks and sound delicious. I am not much of a cook, but I bet my whole family would enjoy this recipe. I’ve really stuck in a rut when it comes to dinner lately. So, finding this is perfect timing for me.
libby rouse says
Stephanie Phelps says
I love to serve grilled asparagus with my steak!
Christopher Sorel says
Ellie Wright says
My favorite is mac & cheese.
Leslie Kiley says
Brussel sprouts and honey glazed carrots!
Stephanie C. says
I love Balsamic on steaks. I’ve never followed any kind of recipe – but yours is a keeper. I love the idea of the mushrooms and the simple list of ingredients. Can’t wait to give this a try.
I love homemade french fries with a side of asparagus with my steak! YUMMY!!
Elizabeth McGlasson says
I love to grill fresh veggies from our garden with our steaks. Fresh Corn on the cobb, grilled peppers, onions, and zucchini.
I love broccoli with mine, just steamed with butter and a little seasoning salt.
Sonya Morris says
My favorite side to serve with steak is sweet potato.
We are definitely a meat and potatoes kind of house, especially in the cold and gross winter. I have never tried a balsamic glaze on steak, but I would love to try it. Sounds like it would be the perfect sweet and spicy addition!
Bites for Foodies says
I haven’t eaten meat in a few years, and never really truly enjoyed it. My husband on the other hand loves a good steak! He’s from Italy and so he eats his as simple as possible (with just a pinch of salt and some olive oil). He doesn’t understand how us North Americans douse our steaks in BBQ sauce! lol!
T-Bone steaks are my favorite! I’ve heard great things about Kansas City Steak orders. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I love that sliced mushrooms are included! Yum!
Baked sweet potatoes 🙂
Mary Gardner says
My favorite side to serve with steaks is a baked potato but if we grill them I like to serve grilled corn on the cob as a side.
I’m a New Orleans Potato Casserole kind of girl. We are doing steak for Christmas this year. This is an option.
Love steamed veggies & garlic mashed potatoes!!!
I love a good Mac n cheese during the holidays. And a festival cocktail! Lol! I’m not a meat eater, but this looks pretty tasty.
Jessica Voshell says
Potatoes – baked, homemade applesauce, and tomatoes fresh out of the garden
peter gladue says
baked potato w/ whipped butter
Tammy Shelton says
My favorite side is a loaded baked potato.
Betsy Barnes says
One of my favorite sides to serve with steak is a baked potato.
Eustacia Miliusis says
I like baked potatoes with butter and sour cream with my steak!
Kimberly Bauer says
My favorite side to make with steaks is homemade garlic mashed potatoes.