Yum. Lots. Ginger, garlic is good. Onion is good. That’s for mild. Darker sauces favor the steak, lighter sauces favor the shrimp. Butter is good on both. So, no straight answer from me.

Yum. Lots. Ginger, garlic is good. Onion is good. That’s for mild.
Darker sauces favor the steak, lighter sauces favor the shrimp. Butter is good on both.

So, no straight answer from me.

It’s impossible to screw it up as long as everything is cooked right.

I can’t give a single answer because I have too many ideas. Melt peanut butter, garlic and onion for Thai flavor. Add a little cumin/curry for Indian… too many possibilities. Heck, you can toss spaghetti sauce in there and it’ll be good. Hard to screw up this combo.

A little oyster sauce … or soy sauce.. will deepen the meat flavor of both meats. You could melt butter all over it with rosemary+thyme to make it taste like Thanksgiving USA…

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Oh I got it: Shit load of black pepper. Gives it a ‘kick’, adds flavor to the steak – and steak is hard to give flavor to as it’s strong – but isn’t as hot as hot sauce if that’s too hot.

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Yup. Moist almost always = butter / olive oil, not steam. If you have juice (melted fat) from the steak that’s even better. Fat’s fat.

Olive oil it is. Olive oil heated up with garlic / onion/ herbs / whatever, and poured over top.

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Olive’s good fat though. It counteracts the bad fat. Your body chooses good fat to repair blood vessel’s with if it’s available, so by choosing olive you’re helping your body out.

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I never have shallots but always have onions + garlic so I use those. I know it’s not the same but I’m usually all about having to substitute. Good suggestion.

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