Mushroom Cheese Steak YUM!

Posted by leannekarella on April 9th, 2013 |Filed Under Recipes | 2 Comments

I wanted something different tonight. It was supposed to be family night out, but the kiddo had plans, so I pulled a 1 lb steak out of the freezer and tried to figure out what to do with it. I just stocked up on my veggies yesterday, so I have a lot…

This is sooo easy and the only real time consumption is slicing the meat and veggies. It went from raw to served in about a half hour. And it was a huge hit with the hubby too! He got a real bun. I ate mine on a portabella bun. And there’s enough left over that the kiddo can have one when she comes home if she wants 🙂


1 lb beef – I used a bottom round steak
1 large sweet red pepper
1 large sweet green pepper
1 large onion
powdered beef bullion
garlic (minced or powder) to taste
black pepper to taste
1 slice of cheese per sandwich. (I used my Go Veggie! non dairy)

Slice meat into strips. Season with garlic and pepper. Fry in olive oil until lightly browned. Remove from pan and set aside.

Slice all veggies into strips. Fry in the pan with the meat juice and oil. Add more garlic and pepper. Sprinkle on a little bullion for extra flavor and mix in well. Cover and let “wilt” a bit.

When the veggies are as soft as you like them, throw the meat back in and stir it up until the meat is re-heated.

Serve on your choice of “bun” with one slice of your favorite cheese on top of the meat under the bun lid. YUM!

Served on portabella and eating 1/2 of the cooked meat:
Aproximately 500 cal. 50 protein. 18 fat. 19 carb. 10 fiber. (9 net carbs!)


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