What a gorgeous site!!
Pepper Steak is a family favorite at our house. I am sure there are intricate recipes for it, but this one's so darn good, and takes such little time to make!
Makes a great weeknight dinner when life gets busy.
My life is always busy... we have this a lot! ;)
I will share the recipe that I make, it's really a doubled up version, so if you don't have a family of six... plus boyfriend of daughter makes seven, then you can just simply cut the ingredients in half.
Makes great left overs though!
8 minute steaks
salt and pepper
2 cans of Cream of Mushroom soup
2 cans of mushrooms (or fresh if you have them on hand)
2 cans of diced tomatoes
2 Tablespoons of soy sauce
2 teaspoons of beef bouillon granuals or 2 cubes dissolved in 2 cups of water
bell pepper rings (I used one of each, red, green and yellow for this meal)
2 small bags of cooked rice (about 4 cups uncooked)
Dredge minute steaks in flour, salt and pepper. Place in heated oil in your frying pan, brown them until they are nice and brown on both sides. I don't use much oil, just enough to get them brown, so there isn't much oil left. Just that nice crusty part that flakes off. To the meat add the soup, mushrooms, tomatoes, soy sauce and beef broth. Combine, cover and simmer, stirring so they don't stick every once in a while.
I usually cook them about 30-40 minutes. They will be nice and tender.
For the last 5-7 minutes of simmering, place the peppers on top and cover again. This way they will be firm when you serve it.
Serve over rice.