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- Sirloin strip steaks, approx 1 inch thick
- Dry mustard
- 1 Tbl margarine or butter
- 2 Tbl lemon juice
- 3 tsp chopped chives
- 4 tsp Worchester sauce
- Pound steaks to ⅓ inch thickness.
- Sprinkle both sides of meat with salt, pepper, and mustard, and pound in.
- Melt butter in chafing dish* or skillet.
- Cook meat about 2 minutes on each side and transfer to warm plate.
- To skillet add lemon juice, chives, and Worchester.
- Bring to boiling.
- Pour over meat.
- May garnish with cooked, fluted mushrooms.
Makes 4 servings.
*Reportedly named after a chef whose last name was pronounced Dee Ahn, and not named after some female admirer? Popular with patrons as it was prepared table side.