Fragrant, spice-crusted steaks become even better when topped with Brie butter spiked with chives and chipotle. Leftover butter will keep refrigerated; try it slathered on warm bread, spread on a roll for an egg sandwich, or dolloped on potatoes.
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I made it with ribeye steaks and it was so good and easy!!! The brie butter brought it to another level. Can't wait to make it again!
I was a little nervous about making steaks in a pan on the stove top but we found this to be very good. Served with mashed potatoes and the butter mixture that melted on the steak tasted great with the potatoes.
This is a new fav! The sauce added a rich flavor to the filet and the brussel sprouts were delicious.
The flavor was not what I was looking for with this dish. If you are looking for protein with a cumin rub that the Tuna with Jalapeno sauce from Fine Cooking is a much better option. The Brie butter also did not come together every well for me. Pretty disappointed in this one since the pictures looked so good.
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