It's very runny. Think Worcester Sauce rather than Heinz Tomato. Primary use is as a seasoning; a task it's very good at.I am intrigued by the description, however I am asking those who have used it how good it is?
Sure have and I like. Had a bottle for barbecues last summer. It's available in the UK: http://www.heinz.co.uk/en/products/condiment_sauces/products/57-steak-sauceThanks, SeanC.
On another note, I have read of your fondness for our American A1 Steak Sauce so I was wondering if you had tried Heinz 57 sauce?
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/31/stubbs-bbq-sauce_n_2582807.htmlThere’s a lot of tomato and vinegar happening here, but it’s not ketchupy sweet as with many others. More of a deeper tomato paste. This fades into tangyness, and the smoky spice lingers. The Stubbles man sure put some bite into this one. There are visible specks of black pepper and garlic, too.
Sounds good. I'll try a bottle once the barbecue season kicks off
Actually, a great steak needs no sauce and usually steak sauce is more commonly used in the USA for a poorer cut of steak, e.g., flank, flat iron, etc.. However, many like steak sauce on a burger:If A1 Steak Sauce tastes like HP or any generic brown sauce, why would you put it on steak? Bacon, sausages, cottage pie, I understand, but steak? There are very few sauces that truly go with steak - Bearnaise, Beurre Bercy, Cafe de Paris, Chimichurri...