Cooking Classics: The New Henry Bain Sauce

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Cooking Classics

The Technique

The New Henry Bain Sauce

Henry Bain Sauce was invented in 1881 by a waiter working for the Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky. The sauce, named for the inventor, created it specifically to compliment the wide variety of wild game available as well as to accompany thick cut steaks. The original blend included many basic pantry staples such as ketchup, chili sauce, prepared steak sauce & hot sauce but it’s the chutney that more than likely made it stand out as it provided a chunky texture & slightly sweetened taste. The New Henry Bain Sauce features a homemade Grape & Apple Chutney that may be simmered quickly for an equally delicious flavor. A whisk is the ideal tool to use when combining tangy sauces & salad dressings. If you’re uncertain as to the right one to choose for this particular task since it is a bit chunky, look to The Basics: How To Choose A Whisk. Once prepared, store the sauce covered in the refrigerator up to 7 days. Learn how to make a lovely variation of this tried & true classic.


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makes about 1 cup

1/2 cup ketchup
2 Tbsp chili sauce
2 Tbsp steak sauce
2 Tbsp Grape & Apple Chutney
1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp hot sauce
1/8 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
Freshly ground black pepper
Pan-Seared Rosemary-Garlic Rib-Eye Steaks

Combine the first 8 ingredients in a small bowl. Serve the sauce with Pan-Seared Rosemary-Garlic Rib-Eye Steaks. 

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How To Cook Ribeye Steaks

Ribeye Steaks are a mid-level priced beef cut that may be enjoyed alone or featured in recipes including sandwiches & salads. They pair beautifully with Buttermilk-Blue Cheese Wedge Salad or a Caesar Salad. When choosing a steak, look for balanced marbling & an even thickness of the cuts so they cook consistently. Well sharpened steak knives should also be considered when preparing & serving steaks. Look to The Basics: How To Sharpen Knives for valuable information regarding the topic.


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Two key criteria should be followed when cooking any beef steak. First & foremost, you want the steak to cook evenly. Always remove Ribeye Steaks from the refrigerator at least 30 minutes before you plan to sear, grill or broil them. They may be seasoned at this time. The desired degree of doneness must also be decided upon. Approximately 3 to 4 minutes of cooking on each side of the steaks with a 1 3/4-inch thickness will generally produce a medium-rare result. 

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