Pan Seared Filet of Sirloin with Red Wine Sauce

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Pan-Seared Filet of Sirloin Steaks with Red Wine Sauce is unlike any steak I have eaten before. The outrageous flavor and 30-minute simple recipe make tonight’s dinner a special occasion worth celebrating.

Growing up steaks were a special occasion kind of meal. They seemed to take forever to cook on the grill and we only had them once in a great while.

I never preferred steak growing up. But we were not purchasing the best meat then either. As an adult, I can say I found that the quality makes the steak and now I am a steak lover!

It is no secret that we are a meat and potatoes kind of family and we eat a lot of meat. Beef is a regular at our dinner table, so it has to be good and it has to be simple.

I really love being able to throw something fabulous together after a long hard day.

This Pan-Seared Filet of Sirloin Steak with Red Wine Sauce comes together in 30 minutes. It is so easy to whip up, your family will think it is a special occasion.

It all starts with great filet of sirloin steaks that are seasoned with fresh rosemary and peppercorns. Then they are pan-seared and finished in the oven, just the way your favorite steak houses do it.

For the most intense flavor, the red wine sauce is built on the pan drippings and cooked to perfection. The sauce is finished with a few pats of butter and fresh herbs. It is out of this world delicious. You are going to love it.

And of course it has wine! — Click here for the full recipe!