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Blueberry Balsamic Glazed Steak with Goat Cheese

Updated: Dec 19, 2020

Blueberries and steak you ask? YES! Why does pork and chicken get all the tangy sweet sauces? This glaze is the perfect topping for any cut of steak. Tangy with a hint of sweetness, coupled with the creaminess of a little goat cheese you will clean your plate feeling like you just had a $100 meal.

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 20 minutes for reduction, 4 minutes for steak

Servings: 6


4 steaks, tenderized with a tenderizer tool or meat mallet

1 onion, half chunked, half thinly sliced

2 Tbsp olive oil

1 package blueberries (find them in the frozen section if you can’t find them fresh)

¼ cup balsamic glaze (if you don’t have a glaze add 1 Tbsp maple syrup to your balsamic vinegar)

1 Tbsp chopped rosemary

1 Tbsp oregano

Blueberry goat cheese for garnish

Seasoning salt and pepper


-In a medium saucepan add blueberries, sliced onion, balsamic, rosemary and oregano

-Bring to a boil then reduce to a simmer

-Allow to simmer 20 minutes or until blueberries have broken down (feel free to smash them if they aren't breaking down quickly enough for you)

-Continue simmering on low until your steaks are ready

-In a large skillet on medium high add olive oil and chunked onion

-Saute until onions are tender

-Salt and pepper both sides of your tenderized steaks

-Turn skillet heat to high

-Sear each side of steak for approximately 2 minutes (you want these medium-rare)

-Scoop up a serving of steak and onions on to a plate

-Generously drizzle with blueberry balsamic glaze

-Sprinkle goat cheese on top, slice a little more for pairing with your steak if you like

-Serve hot


Pairs well with garlic and herb mashed potatoes and a fresh green like peas, asparagus or broccoli

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