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Saucy Pepper Steak

Saucy Pepper Steak recipe
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Think you can’t fit juicy steak into family dinner? Try slicing it and stir-frying with colorful veggies and you're sure to get thumbs-ups all around. Even better, it's more
25 min
25 min
4 servings
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Just finished having this meal for dinner (still taste it on my tongue) and I have to admit, my eyes did not fail me. I saw the meal and it looked delicious and simple so I went with it. The most time consuming part was preparing the veggies and meat (slicing) before cooking. We're a spice loving family so I added in a fresh jalapeno sliced thin with a few shakes of crushed red pepper. DELICIOUS and very filling for the serving size. Next time shrimp or chicken!!
Good and easy to make.
Excellent flavor. It seemed like an odd combination but it works really well. And any recipe that my 2 year old will eat is a good one!
Made exactly to the recipe, and it was incredibly tasty and satisfying. A definite keeper! I wasn't sure about the Barbecue Sauce when I read the recipe, but the sauce is the BEST part! I plan to make this again as well as trying it with chicken instead of steak. Used leftovers to fill wheat tortillas the following night. AWESOME!!
Turned out great, and so easy to make. I didn't add the steak sauce because I didn't have any and also thought it might be a bit much with that and the soy sauce. Turned out great. YAY!
This was really good! It had a great flavor and I love all the fresh veggies!
It was really good. I added a bit more BBQ sauce and soy sauce and it added more flavor!!
I made this a one pan recipe by cooking the steak first in the soy sauce, garlic and pepper. Then added the onion and peppers and 1/8 cup BBQ sauce, 1/4 cup Spicy Terriyaki sauce and 1/8 cup Yoshida sauce. It was a hit at my home with picky eaters.
My son and I loved this dish. It was very flavorful and healthy as well. It is a good way for us to joyfully eat new veggies. It also doesn't require the oven so we can make it when it is hot outside. It will become a regular meal in our home.
I feel like this recipe is a basic recipe with so many different possibilities. Sometimes I'll make it as a stir fry over a bed of rice, and other times I'll put it in a tortilla to make fajitas or on a bun to make a sandwich. I'd imagine it would probably work well in a summer salad as well. Awesome!
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