Not exactly like a1 sauce but it worked well for its intended purpose as a steak sauce
Guest Foodie June 24, 2013 REVIEW:
So, yeah, this doesn't taste like A-1, but it wasn't that bad as far as a sauce or marinade goes. Giving it a 3 for trying.
RMF November 4, 2011 COMMENT: iF YOU ADD ABOUT 1/4 TO 1/2 CUP OF WORCHESTERSHIRE TO THIS IT IS VERY CLOSE TO A-1, BUT WITHOUT IT, I AGREE, IT IS NOT VERY GOOD
Disgusted January 1, 2009 REVIEW:
I have to agree with one commenter - not even close. If there was a 0 rating, I would have given that.
Guest Foodie November 15, 2007 REVIEW:
I'm sorry...but this is one of the most horrible steak sauce recipes I've ever tasted...and I followed the recipe exactly. Yuck, absolutely Yuck!!! Not even a good starting point as far as I'm concerned. Doesn't look like or especially doesn't taste like A-1 Steak Sauce.....Avoid, avoid, avoid.
dreamcatcher April 5, 2007 COMMENT: porportions arent quite right. but makes a great bbq! Actually i discovered the secret myself by accident and you really only need 3 basic ingredients. add your own special touches,maybe touch of spices(garlic/onion pwdr) for a custom sauce.
yemoss March 3, 2007 COMMENT: while i didn't even try the recipe above ou, i will divulge a little secret treasure i discovered tonight with A-1 sauce. leave it out of the fridge and let it come to room temperature, sitting for a few hours, with the top off. now you can drink it! delicioso!! easily a 5!
Member since: May 15, 2004
Mitchelam May 15, 2004 REVIEW:
Althought this is a good starting point to try and copy the A-1 sauce, it is not even close. The generic steak sauces are better. I do want to thank the inventer for a great starting point to experiment with to try and come to a closer sauce, and for this I will give it a 3 rating. If I was to buy this sauce I would rate it a -5.
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