If you are a steak lover, you must have tried Angus Steak. For the newbies, Angus steak originates from the Aberdeen Angus breed of cattle. It’s the juiciest, tender steak with more muscular characteristics than the rest steaks.
I personally love good black pepper Angus steak recipes because the black pepper sauce complements the softness of the steak and amplifies its taste to new heights.
You might not have imagined that a lot of recipes can be made using a black pepper Angus steak. To your surprise, all these recipes are from my kitchen, savored with the goodness of meat and spices. Go and try out the below recipes and thank me later.
Chinese is my go-to comfort cuisine. Who can even say no to a good Chinese beef stir-fry recipe? Definitely, not me! This Black Pepper Angus Steak stir-fry is made the Chinese way by adding soy sauce, black pepper, garlic, wine, and much more.
There are two stages of this recipe. You first marinade the Angus steak with soy sauce, garlic, and ginger. Then, you cook the steak, add in your veggies, and finally, the sauce that’s made from wine, cornstarch, and pepper.
Make sure your sauce is thick, and the steak gets coated well with the sauce. The Chinese wine is the highlight of this recipe.
A common man’s dish on the Panda Express menu is the Shanghai Angus steak. If you like that version, you’d love this homemade one. Trust me; you will make it again and again.
It’s a homemade version prepared by marinating the steak with soy sauce and cornstarch mixture. You then sauté your veggies and prepare your sauce involving ingredients like rice wine, Worcestershire sauce, and black pepper.
Cook your meat, toss in the veggies, and pour the sauce. You can also make the spicier version by adding red peppers. Serve hot and enjoy with rice!
The colorful bell peppers not only provide nutrition but also make any dish look aesthetically pleasing. Veggies are my best buddies. I can have them in salad as well as along with my main meal.
This recipe incorporates sirloin steak tips marinated in flavorful teriyaki sauce with parsley and red pepper flakes. The steak is then cooked until brown, and further, the bell peppers and onions are seasoned with steak seasoning and black pepper.
Your sautéed sirloin tips with bell peppers and onion are ready to serve paired with a glass of wine. The steak seasoning’s sodium quantity may vary, so add as per your preference.
Panda Express, for sure, delivers some of the amazing black pepper Angus steak recipes in town. But do you know that these can also be made at home? This classic Panda Express recipe is made from black pepper sauce.
The signature recipe entails bell peppers, broccoli, onions, and mushroom. Angus’ steak is well coated in black pepper sauce. The whole combination tastes stunning when paired with rice or mashed potatoes.
You can adjust the black pepper sauce as per your preference. Make sure the steak is not overcooked, as it can turn rubbery in texture.
Delectable Black Pepper Angus steak recipes are achieved only with the help of a good seasoning mix. You might not need to prepare the sauce if you have the seasoning in hand.
The seasoning just takes five minutes of your time to prepare. You make it by combining ground black pepper, salt, garlic powder, sweet paprika, and dried oregano. Now, just rub this on your steak and savor its original taste.
You can also store the steak seasoning in the refrigerator by keeping it in an airtight container.
A buttery steak is all I demand for lunch. Garlic Butter Ribeyes is the perfect recipe for the time when you have minimal ingredients but want to make a delectable meal.
Ribeye steaks usually have more fat content. Start by seasoning them with salt and pepper for a while and then grill them. On the other hand, prepare garlic butter by combining garlic, butter, rosemary, and parsley. Mix it well and add it on top of the steaks.
Make sure you seal the steaks with butter so that it gets coated inside and softens the steak. Relish the buttery steak dissolving in your mouth.
If you haven’t tried Taiwanese cuisine, this recipe might help you get introduced to its flavors and taste. The Taiwanese Black Pepper steak is a dish made from the classic sauce.
The sauce is a combination of butter, black pepper, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, ketchup, and oyster sauce. Once the sauce is prepared, put your steaks in a pan, keep the rice in the middle and top it with green onions or corn.
Gently pour the sauce on this rice-steak combo and then savor the traditional Taiwanese dish. You can cook the steak for around 3-5 minutes or more, depending on your choice.
Where are all the alcohol lovers? This recipe is specially designed for your taste buds. The classic Bourbon whiskey is combined with ingredients to make a steak sauce.
Yes, you read that right! The Bourbon steak sauce is made by combining Bourbon, onions, garlic, and cream. Let the sauce thicken, and then you can pour it over your cooked steaks seasoned with crushed black peppercorns.
The sauce with the steak tastes heavenly. This is one of the coolest black pepper Angus steak recipes. Don’t add too much bourbon, otherwise, the sauce may taste bitter.
Ground spices make the best steak recipes. This Black pepper spice-rubbed beef tenderloin says the recipe from the name itself.
Beef tenderloins are rubbed generously with a customized homemade spice mixture. The spice mixture is prepared from ingredients like mustard seeds, cumin seeds, black peppercorns, and fennel seeds.
Rub the prepared mixture on tenderloins, cook it, and serve it hot. Make sure you grind all the spices well to form a smooth spice rub.
10. Steak Bites
The easiest and quickest starters or snack option for your family gathering is here. These steak bites involve minimal ingredients and are made without any hassle.
All you need to do is cut the Angus steak into pieces and then season it with salt and pepper. Let it cook well from both sides. Toss it in the butter after it gets cooked. Once done, sprinkle some rosemary and enjoy the bites.
If you want a dairy-free option, toss your cooked bites in red wine or beef stock. You can also add garlic for that extra punch of flavor.
I know you guys thought that it was the end of this recipe list. Well, it’s not. An additional bonus recipe for you all to try is given below. I kept this recipe for the end because it involves a very appetizing mushroom sauce. I am sure you are going to love this wholesome combo.
Peppercorn Angus Steak with Mushroom Sauce
- 4½ pound top Angus sirloin steaks, about 1 inch thick.
- 2 tbsp freshly ground black pepper, about 1 teaspoon for each side of the steak.
- 1 tsp granulated garlic.
- 2 tbsp olive oil.
- 1 cup beef broth.
- 1 cup sliced mushrooms.
- ½ cup heavy cream.
- 1 clove garlic, minced.
- 1 tsp Salt.
- Salt and pepper to taste.
- Start by heating 1 tbsp olive oil over medium-high heat.
- Sprinkle each side of the steak with kosher salt and granulated garlic. Further, sprinkle each side with about 1 tsp of freshly ground black pepper.
- Place the steak in the pan. Don't touch it until it is time to turn it, about 3-4 minutes per side for medium-rare, 5-7 for medium-well, and 8–10 minutes for well done.
- Now, remove the steak from the pan. Further, set it on a plate and cover it. Let it rest for 10 minutes, it will continue to cook for a while. Additionally, while the steak is resting, prepare your mushroom cream sauce.
- In the same pan that you cook the steaks in, add the remaining mushrooms, olive oil, and garlic. Season with salt and pepper. Further, cook for about 3 minutes. Let the mushrooms begin to soften and turn into a golden color.
- Add beef broth, and scrape all the yummy bits off the bottom.
- Reduce the heat. Stir constantly as you bring it to a boil. Further, cook until the sauce thickens. Ideally, it should coat the back of a spoon.
- Spoon over the steak. Serve it hot, and enjoy!