what to cook with beef steak

Steak Au Poivre Soup

Steak au poivre is a French classic (not to be confused with steak Diane), typically made with filet mignon or sirloin steak covered in a creamy, peppery sauce. The sauce is downright drinkable and was made to be eaten with a spoon, so we thought—let’s soup-ify it!

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Mouth-watering, gravy-smothered cube steaks are truly mashed potatoes’ best friends. With a prep and cook time of just under an hour, this budget-friendly dinner hits all the marks for a comforting weeknight meal.

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In French, steak frites translates to steak and fries, simple as that. A common dish at bistros in France, Belgium, and beyond, we took the concept and combined it with American steakhouse vibes for this all-in-one steak frites salad.

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Rich, juicy and extra-flavorful, ribeye is a great choice when youre looking for a homemade steak dinner to impress. Follow our tips & tricks for perfecting your ribeye right at home, and you just might have the most special date night-in yet.

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How To Cook Steak In The Oven

what to cook with beef steak

You dont need a grill to cook a delicious cut of steak. In the realm of skirt, flank, ribeye, and even filet mignon, your oven is just as valuable, thanks to a few simple tricks!

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Air Fryer Beef & Broccoli

This classic Chinese-American dish features tender strips of beef, perfectly cooked broccoli florets, and a savory-sweet sauce. Bonus: Since it only takes 30 minutes, it might be even faster than takeout!

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Preparing the perfect steak can seem like a daunting task, especially if youre not a steakhouse master. What if we told you there was an easier way? Just pop your steak into the air fryer (no need to sear beforehand!), and in a little over 10 minutes, youll have a perfectly done steak to slather with homemade herb butter.

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If you cant get enough of the classic Philly cheesesteak but are craving a low-carb version, this is the recipe for you. Filled with tender sirloin steak, mushrooms, onions, and two slices of cheese, these tender, soft peppers give a welcome veggie boost to the beloved sandwichs iconic flavors.

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Pepper steak is a straightforward, savory sweet stir-fry that we think works amazingly when made in a slow cooker. The steak gets very tender, and it takes on some of the qualities of your favorite beef stew while still staying true to the original.

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Feb 7, 2023 · Creamy Steak Fettuccine · How To Cook Steak In The Oven · Steak Au Poivre Soup · Smothered Cube Steak · Steak Frites Salad · Ribeye Steak · Air Fryer

FAQ

What is good to cook steak with?

For cooking the steak, we also need a high smoke point oil (such as sunflower oil), plenty of salt and freshly ground black pepper, a little butter, and if you want to to add some extra flavour, a few cloves of garlic and some fresh thyme or rosemary sprigs.

What is beef steak used for?

Used in dishes like steak tartare, carpaccio, gored gored, tiger meat and kitfo. Seared, blue rare or very rare (French: bleu) – Cooked very quickly; the outside is seared, but the inside is usually cool and barely cooked.

What is the best way to eat a beef steak?

Cut Against the Grain Yes, you can cut your steak whichever way you like. But, if you wish to look like a true foodie and someone that knows their way around a steak dinner, you should cut it against the grain. If you don’t follow the rules, the meat will be chewier and might ruin the entire dining experience.

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