Steak Diane Recipe - How to Make a Steak Diane

  • Published on May 20, 2016
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    KIDPERFECT ! 4 hours ago

    I wish he would stop singing 😩😖

  • Big Travis
    Big Travis Day ago

    That thumbnail looks like dog shit on a plate

  • Nahimur Rahman
    Nahimur Rahman Day ago

    I love ur videos but ur voice is annoying

  • Stephen Allen-Warner

    The inflections in this fellas voice. Hurts my ears. Have someone else talk it through. STFU ahhhhhhh

  • SurfingBullDog
    SurfingBullDog 3 days ago

    WTF is up with the way this guy talks? Ruins all his videos with his stupid intonation

  • El Presidenté
    El Presidenté 4 days ago

    This guy is a great chef and a humble man, I calls himself a homecook but is level is way superior to homecook believe you me

  • Abbo Haroon
    Abbo Haroon 6 days ago

    This reminds me of Julia child recipes.

  • Laurence Marrison
    Laurence Marrison 7 days ago

    You forgot to add the mushrooms

  • Will Lumsden
    Will Lumsden 9 days ago

    Does he try to make his voice sound like that on purpose?

  • Dr. Ken Schmidt
    Dr. Ken Schmidt 9 days ago

    Nice steak recipe, and don’t call me Dianne. 😂

  • Mark Worthy
    Mark Worthy 10 days ago

    slow down

  • Trump's Bane
    Trump's Bane 10 days ago

    I am a burger freak.
    I tried something different.
    I took a lb of ground bison, shaped it into two lb patties, browned them in a cast iron skillet after seasoning them and followed the directions for your steak diane.
    It was delicious. It had a beautiful crust and was tender.
    I ate it with mushrooms, asparagus and couscous.

  • Simon Rodgers
    Simon Rodgers 10 days ago

    This is not Steak Diane... This is closer to a Steak Au Poivre.. Steak Diane classic construction is the flattened Steak (pre pan fry) should be thinly coated in Dark French Mustard..
    Pan fry couple minutes each side to just Med Rare Removed to rest then adding to pan Shallot.. Concasse (diced no seeds) Fresh Tomatoes and Sliced mushrooms.. Adding cognac or White Wine as alternative.. Finish with Demi Glace and double Cream and chopped parsley.. Reduce and add steak back to pan with resting juice.. And serve..

  • BubbaSmurft
    BubbaSmurft 10 days ago

    2-3 minutes is MORE than fully cooked through, dang.

  • احمد عياصره
    احمد عياصره 10 days ago

    You exaggerating
    It's much much easier and tastier

  • Jerky
    Jerky 13 days ago

    I always enjoy learning from you Chef John, thank you...was getting tired of being yelled at by Chef Ramsay...hehe

  • zizoboy heaven
    zizoboy heaven 14 days ago

    that is tasty

  • David Wilson
    David Wilson 15 days ago


  • Ms. Voicer
    Ms. Voicer 16 days ago

    What’s up with the tiny spoon?

  • Rainy Chain
    Rainy Chain 18 days ago

    Yeah, I'm not a big fan of toy garnish, put the tomato rose on some leaves. It can double as a palate cleanser }:T

  • Adam S
    Adam S 18 days ago

    crush it in a mercedes?

  • Stephan Shemenski
    Stephan Shemenski 19 days ago

    Hello Chef John, I just wanted to say thank you for this channel. I really enjoy your presentations and your wit and humor. Keep the videos churning out.

  • dorothy jacobs
    dorothy jacobs 19 days ago


  • The Goat Whisperer !
    The Goat Whisperer ! 19 days ago

    First question I ask when I meet someone new, " So, do you reuse your accumulated juices?" If they so no I refuse to ever speak to them again!

  • Vik Karabin
    Vik Karabin 20 days ago

    Google Tricia Takanawa. That's you. That's how you read your narration.
    You talk like a boring bird sings. What a torture.

    If you drip phrase after phrase in the same cadence,
    it can only work with long pauses where the picture takes the viewer away for a second.

    Listen to yourself starting at 4:32. What is this barrage?... Can you hear the same thing happening 4-5 times in a row?
    Sounds like attending a F1 race (i imagine): wee-woo... wee-woo... wee-woo.. wee-wooo

    Can you fucking not hear this? torture..

    Google how to do it properly instead of trying to do what you heard on tv.
    Just like being repetitive in words makes you an idiot, so is your tasteless parroting while trying to be pleasant.

    Thank you for the recipe. Great content. Fuck you. But thanks!

    • Markus Delop
      Markus Delop 13 days ago

      I understand what you're saying, but I don't find it annoying at all for some reason.
      It's certainly nothing as awful as the way people like Hank Green, the other Green cunt or veritasium speak. I mean, come on! No recipe could make me listen to that.

  • Andy Ofori
    Andy Ofori 22 days ago

    Thumbnail looks like shit. Watery shit

  • Tyrone Robinson
    Tyrone Robinson 23 days ago


  • Oscar Park
    Oscar Park 23 days ago

    If and when I ever make this, I will forever refer to it as steak Pauline.

  • Joshua Smith
    Joshua Smith 25 days ago

    nice video but making your voice higher at the end of each sentance is annoying af xD

  • wozzlepop
    wozzlepop 26 days ago

    I tried but I just can't stand that annoying upspeak accent. Thankfully subtitles to the rescue. :)

  • Holymakinaw
    Holymakinaw 26 days ago

    Why doesn't this guy speak properly?

  • Dave Smiling Coyote
    Dave Smiling Coyote 27 days ago

    I wish I could cook this, or even cook like this.. Thankfully, my son and his wife are chefs so I can barter baby sitting duty for food. lol!

  • AJtheory
    AJtheory 27 days ago

    A-little diddeh / 'Bout Steak n' Dia-ane

  • The Partae
    The Partae 27 days ago

    I'm feeling sea sick from listening to his voice

  • sick little monkey
    sick little monkey 27 days ago

    Dang ! I'm gonna have to try that !!!!
    ( yes I live in Texas )

  • Allfath3r
    Allfath3r 27 days ago

    Its so weird hearing the Half in the Bag intro music on other TVclip channels.

  • delcodave
    delcodave 27 days ago

    is there a reason why you are talking with a cadence?

  • Ellita Potthast
    Ellita Potthast 27 days ago

    My sincerest condolences to you and your family. RIP Pauline.

  • Alan
    Alan 27 days ago

    Why Kosher salt? A touch more red paste/sauce will give it a distinctive red colour - perfect for presentation.

  • Mauro
    Mauro 27 days ago

    I cannot stand the inflections when you talk. So I’m quitting this video as your adding tomato paste.

    • Markus Delop
      Markus Delop 13 days ago

      Isn't this much better than the way a typical youtuber talks? Listen to someone like Hank Green and imagine him narrating this video! Absolutely fucking unwatchable!

  • Jarmy Fuzble
    Jarmy Fuzble 28 days ago

    The proper way to prepare steak Diane is to make the demi, cut the steak, prep the veg, and send your server out with it.

  • Biggie Smalls
    Biggie Smalls 29 days ago

    The one guy I wish would use a computerized voice for videos.

  • Benjamin Spencer
    Benjamin Spencer Month ago

    I think we could be friends..even get bread and sop up the extra accumulated juices and eat that stuff!!

  • Krystal E
    Krystal E Month ago

    ...a potentially dangerous fireball hehehehe

  • Michael Brown
    Michael Brown Month ago

    Sorry but your voice is annoying as fuck. Stop warbling your voice.

  • Ermal Koci
    Ermal Koci Month ago is not safe. Can't open

  • Anja H
    Anja H Month ago

    A lovely homage to your mother :)

  • Nine Dnine
    Nine Dnine Month ago

    Perfect & pink only go together when talking about pussy.....Not steak

  • Isaac Newtonium
    Isaac Newtonium Month ago

    Just loved the video ... with all the commentary.

  • Shadsy The Hedgehog

    Thanks Diane.

  • bellmeisterful
    bellmeisterful Month ago

    Love these the most.

  • Tyelr Schits
    Tyelr Schits Month ago

    #steak Pauline!

  • Gulf Relay
    Gulf Relay Month ago

    first saw this in The Arnauds cookbook. Nawlins, Dawlin.

  • Agusta Sister
    Agusta Sister Month ago

    Oh good we can be friends...NEVER WASTE NO JUICES

  • Agusta Sister
    Agusta Sister Month ago

    Omg...i remember these flaming things...BEST ONE WAS IN WASHINGTON.DC...AT A PLACE ONLY THREE TO FIVE STAR.GENERALS.CAN.EAT...BEST MEAL EVER.....that was sooooo long ago.

  • glenesis
    glenesis Month ago

    Dear Chef John, in the summer if 1976 in Virgina City, Nevada, before it came largely abandoned, there was a steakhouse in the center of town whose name I cannot remember. They served the best steak I have ever had in my entire life. At that time, my mother ordered Steak Diane, even though her name is Susan. I had never heard of the dish, so I asked the waiter about it's preparation. I was informed that the name of the recipe came from the name if the Dijon mustard with which it must be prepared. I had never heard of Dijon mustard either, and he generously explained the ingredients if that concoction and told us that the recipe was originally from France, so I therefore have no cause to doubt his explanation of the origin of the name of the dish. Happy Easter, dude! Bon appetit!

  • Rebecca Cable
    Rebecca Cable Month ago

    I love renaming in honor of your mother, making it even better

  • mp biggame
    mp biggame 2 months ago

    You have to watch these videos in 0.5 speed

  • Lee Robins
    Lee Robins 2 months ago

    chef honour of your mum ..thank you once Again..from melbourne town...

  • You're Right but...
    You're Right but... 2 months ago +1

    2/2....Thankyou Pauline!!!!

  • You're Right but...
    You're Right but... 2 months ago +1

    1/2 First Ever Steak Pauline tonight!!!

  • debrabelz
    debrabelz 2 months ago

    Oh those little spiced crabapples...i loved those!!!

  • R. Cast
    R. Cast 2 months ago

    I raised a snifter after I watched this. My condolences.

  • buffalobillbuffalove
    buffalobillbuffalove 2 months ago

    Great recipe but horrible speech inflection. It’s like the valley girl of grown men ugh

  • Clarence Tuurngait
    Clarence Tuurngait 2 months ago

    Step 1 : shit on a plate.
    Step 2 : add seasoning.

  • Alex Shaw
    Alex Shaw 2 months ago

    If I make this I'll call it steak pauline!

  • Tam Chompson
    Tam Chompson 2 months ago

    The upspeaking is strong

  • Paul Darling
    Paul Darling 2 months ago +1

    Chef John, great news. After exhaustive research I have determined that, indeed, Steak Diane was named after the goddess of the hunt, Diane. What makes any hunter dish is mushrooms (think Jaegerschnitzel). They idea being the hunter gathers mushrooms while afield and so all hunter dishes must contain these delectable fungi. Since you omitted mushrooms in your rendition, the name Diane can no longer apply (obviously). I then contacted Escoffier via Ouiji board and he confirmed that any pan sauce made with in the Diane style that omitted mushrooms will henceforth be known as Steak Pauline. Don't have ass these things, I say. Do it officially. It took me two years to get the name registered with the spirit of the great chef. He is a busy guy, surprisingly. Love your videos. Keep it up!

  • Natasja van Dijk
    Natasja van Dijk 2 months ago

    @5:47 Agreed!

  • Cymon Cyrado
    Cymon Cyrado 2 months ago

    I loved this recipe..... I don't have anymore eyelashes or brows.... but what the heck..... it tasted great!!

  • Brian Szymanski
    Brian Szymanski 2 months ago

    Loved the steak Pauline .

  • Gary Faulkner
    Gary Faulkner 2 months ago

    Sadly most of the meat in USA is toxic C.A.F.O bred and contains so many hormones and anti biotics that even the Philippinos are becomming obese ?

  • Clark M.
    Clark M. 2 months ago

    I'd like some strong BBQ pulled pork or slabs of pork just about the size of a hambuger bun. Got like that? thx u

  • sierra 117
    sierra 117 2 months ago

    Think the flavor would work good with a bourbon? I know bourbon and shallots are great together.

  • Tammy Stratford
    Tammy Stratford 2 months ago +1

    You're a great son. I so enjoy your videos.

  • Frmhevn *
    Frmhevn * 2 months ago

    I love steak Diane! And have made it!! Was shocked to see this pop up. 💕💕

  • PJBearstein
    PJBearstein 3 months ago

    I would omit the shallots and mustard.

  • Kim Edmond
    Kim Edmond 3 months ago

    Looks awesome and I’ll definitely try making this

  • Vic Vukovic
    Vic Vukovic 3 months ago

    Does this emasculated cunt have Tourette's Syndrome? WHAT'S WITH HIS INCESSANT CADENCE???? His squealing is unbearable. I'm going to have to seek recipes elsewhere...

  • Thomas Rudder
    Thomas Rudder 3 months ago

    What a stupid faggy video

  • telemachus53
    telemachus53 3 months ago

    Hi Chef John. I love all your recipes but i can't find one on calf's foot jelly - one of my favourite, growing up as a kid in post war London. Is there any chance of you managing one? Ta.

  • Circuit7Active
    Circuit7Active 3 months ago

    This was the first dish i cooked for my parents that had visited me in college. Only I used thinly sliced Delmonico Ribeye. 40 years ago and I still remember it.

  • Linny w
    Linny w 3 months ago

    Can this be done with hangar steak?

  • Paul Cilluffo
    Paul Cilluffo 3 months ago

    I love this guy perfect

  • varun jaitly
    varun jaitly 3 months ago

    Looks absolutely delicious chef, can’t wait to make my own at home!

  • Pat TheHombre
    Pat TheHombre 3 months ago

    Does the narrator talk like this in public?. A pain in the ass. The phonyness of his voice is more than irritating.

  • Mark Rigsby
    Mark Rigsby 3 months ago

    We can't be friends, now use the dam, juices.

  • Marilyn Anderson
    Marilyn Anderson 3 months ago

    I love you Chef John! That looks great

  • My Happy Nest
    My Happy Nest 4 months ago

    I can’t wait to make this! Might have to have mashed potatoes with it😋

  • DevInvest
    DevInvest 4 months ago

    461 👎🏻 are headhunters, who love to boil meat.

  • Peter Mühlschmidt
    Peter Mühlschmidt 4 months ago +1

    no garlic?

  • J T
    J T 4 months ago

    Chicken fried steak please. My mother used to make it but I am unable to ask her.

  • Colin B
    Colin B 4 months ago

    Tomorrow nights dinner sorted... Poor vegans...

  • Fritz Mulder
    Fritz Mulder 4 months ago

    Can I substitude the brandy or coniac with anything else? I don't have any alcohol at home and don't want to buy a bottle just to make this delicious looking steak.

  • Angela Sieg
    Angela Sieg 4 months ago

    I came upon by chance but plan on trying this for Valentine's day dinner

  • E Mc
    E Mc 4 months ago

    I have become so accustomed to liking every one of your videos that I give you thumbs up as they begin now! Maybe I give them for the happiness at finding ones I haven't yet watched? I don't know but I do it.

  • 06hatter
    06hatter 4 months ago

    god damn it i miss my mom

  • Benjamin Feldman
    Benjamin Feldman 4 months ago

    You are very charming and your recipes are lovely. Do you do the musical voice with each line in four dactyl trisyllables, which the singsong rise on the third beat on purpose? Do you KNOW, what I MEAN?

  • Scott Katherman
    Scott Katherman 4 months ago

    Lovely, entertaining video. Thank you.

  • Jennifer O'Gorman Arafa

    I’m drooling.