Cream of Mushroom Pepper steak
Prep Time 00:30
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Now that the world stuck inside during this pandemic and everyone has been sending us messages about how bored they are not jumping, I thought it would be a great idea to share a family recipe. Not only is it tasty but it will feed a family of five for under $20 with leftovers. So, get on your apron and get ready to have some fun. If you do attempt to make this dish please share some photos with us. Have fun!
With all of us trying to save money during this strange time and also cooking with canned food, I thought this recipe is perfect. You can doctor it to your liking with different ingredients. All you really have to stick to is the base.
This also needs to be served over something, I generally use rice.
If you have any questions, comments and or concerns please feel free to reach out and I will be sure to answer as soon as I can..
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What do you need
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1 tablespoon of your favorite seasoning I use sazon
1/2 teaspoon of black pepper
3 or 4 small top round steaks (sold in a package for around $5-7)
$4.80 im such a bargain hunter
*This can also be substituted with chicken.
2 Tablespoons of butter
3 Tablespoons of good olive oil
1 half of a small onion diced
2 cloves of garlic diced
1 16 oz can of cream of mushroom soup (I use generic around $1)
1 can of mixed veggies - (add whatever you like - sometimes I add nothing sometimes i add canned potatoes or frenched green beans) $1
1 large frying pan
2 cups of water
And We Begin…
1 Make sure your meat is defrosted. Take the meat and cube it with a sharp knife.
Made you look
2 Once cubed place in a bowl and place aside
1 Take two cloves of garlic and dice fine
chop chop we dont got all day
2 Once diced place in bowl
1 Dice the desired amount of onion
is it me or is onion just a fun word to say
2 Once again place in a bowl - can be in the same bowl as garlic.
1 Place the meat in frying pan with garlic and onion
It Puts in the pan or else it gets the hose again
2 Add seasoning (I add pepper and sazon)
pure amazing just like me
3 Add three Tablespoons of good olive oil and butter to pan
At this point im generally drinking a bunch too
4 Place stove to a medium to high heat
5 Keep stirring as we are just trying to brown the meat
Brown not burnt -- More drinks
6 Once brown, add two cups of water and lower heat to a simmer.
water not vodka - save that for your date.
7 Allow mix to simmer for at least 20 min (*if you need to add more water that’s ok / just remember we need it to reduce to around ¼ in the pan, we are not making soup.) * you can also add any other veggies you like at this point for this weeks i used caned mixed veggies
What ever you want babe just dont hit me any more
8 Once reduced, add the cream of mushroom to the meat and mix well. (* your need to make this smooth like silk)
when the hell are the kids going back to school
9 Simmer on low heat for 10 more min. Remove from heat and serve over rice or really what ever you want.
I respond to my kids teachers with silly haiku poems cause I have nothing else
I even put it on grandmas plate
Under $20 and you just fed your entire family something amazing…
I hope you enjoy as much as I do
Hope you had fun and make sure to send me pics of your messy kitchen and the finished product
If you are really having issues making this DM me and i'll walk you through it
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I can not stop eating this
DAM YOU lol
really though iv made it like 5 times and is better every time
PS how do you make that yellow rice ?
And why am I not binge watching you cook on the TV every Sunday. Jesus someone give this man a show.
FYI this pepper steak is boss but needed some liquid smoke.
Hi thank you not only for the recipe but for the humor. These are super easy to follow.
My kids and Boy friend loved it. cant wait to they the broccoli casserole.
Is that Grandma Betty’s plate? I remember it!
Love this, it was super easy and my family ate like it was going out of style
thank you finally a recipe that I could follow and find the supplies.
Put these guys on the food network!!!!