Hey SD You Can Make Your Own Heinz 57 & A1 Steak Sauce At Home
In my house there are only, and will only ever be, two brands of steak sauce; A1 and 57. I will always prefer A1 over Heinz 57, but these two are the most popular steak sauces on the market. Did you know there's a close copycat recipe for both cult favorite sauces? You probably already have the ingredients in your cupboards at home.
Heinz 57 Mock Sauce Recipe:
The base for this sauce begins with onion, poblano pepper, garlic, anchovies, several spices, and raisins. Take the time to toast the spices. This helps to unlock the flavor before adding your other ingredients. Cook for 45 minutes. You can pureé the sauce in the pot if you'd like, or transfer the sauce in small batches to the blender and pureé until smooth.
Almost Won A1 Recipe:
This recipe is a lot less labor-intensive than the mock 57 sauce. The main flavors, according to the recipe from Southern Kitchen's website, are Worcestershire, vinegar, garlic, raisins, and celery seed. Combine the ingredients and reduce until the mixture starts to thicken, then strain it.
Source: Southern Kitchen
Jasper Fire Area 2018