Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Whats For Dinner Next Week:Baby Bella Steak Bake

Fall is really here, it is cool and crisp and the leaves have even started to turn here. That means it is perfect football weather. We are tailgating with some of our friends this week end. We have been asked to bring Chicken for the Grill. On Sunday we will be attending a Church Fellowship Covered Dish. Looks like we are going to have a fun filled week. Don't forget to bring  your best bowl of Chili over to the Texas Star Chili Cook Off. The winner's will receive one of my cookbooks.Link To:Texas Star Chili Cook Off
This Weeks Feature On Monday
Baby Bella Steak Bake

Saturday
Tailgate With Friends
Link To:
 Tail Gate Chicken 
We are bringing The Chicken

Sunday
Church Fellowship Covered Dish Dinner
I'm Bringing
Two Fresh Apple Pie's
Link To:
Granny Apple Pie

Monday
Feature Recipe
Baby Bella Steak Bake
Mashed Potatoes
Green Beans
Sliced Heirloom Tomatoes
Hot Wheat Rolls
Chocolate Cake

Tuesday
Tuna Fish Casserole
Tossed Green Salad
Toasted Garlic Rounds
Left Over
Chocolate Cake

Wednesday
Homemade Vegetable Soup
Corn Bread Stix
 Spicy Butternut Bread
Link To:
Spicy Butternut Bread

Thursday
Chicken Spaghetti
Tossed Green Salad
Homemade French Bread
Left Over From Wednesday
Pineapple Custard Cups

Friday
Baked Chalupa
Baked Chips and Salsa
Pumpkin Cupcakes

Baby Bella Steak Bake
Feature Recipe
Season and Dust The Steak
Brown The Steak
Add The Vegetables and Beef Stock
Serve and Enjoy
Baby Bella Steak Bake
2 pounds Round Steak 3/4 inch thick
Cut steak in four pieces
1/4 cup flour of your choice AP or GF
 2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons chopped parsley 
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
3 garlic cloves minced
2 medium onions sliced thick
1 large Green Bell Pepper
16 ounces diced tomatoes with juice
20 Baby Bella Mushrooms cut in half
16 ounces beef broth
Wash the steak and pat it dry. Season the steak with salt and pepper. In a heavy dutch oven brown the steak in hot oil. Add, garlic,onions bell pepper, tomatoes, baby bella's, parsley, and pour the beef broth over the vegetables and steak Cover the dutch oven. 
Bake 350 degrees for 1 hour.


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Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
This post is linked to:
Recipe Swap Thursday
Tuesday At The Table
Tasty Tuesday
 Menu Plan Monday
Hunk of Meat Monday
Foodie Friday
Family Food Friday 






























21 comments:

  1. Leaves don't change colors where I live. I'm a bit jealous. Your steak bake is definitely something I would enjoy.

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  2. Miz Helen, don't you just love Fall? It's my very favourite season. I love your steak bake recipe as it's steak that even I can make, lol. Baking I can do. Grilling, not so much. So I LOVE your recipe!! Wished we lived closer and I'd be tailgating with you! :o)

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  3. Dang it really Mom.....now I am seriously hungry!!! This is one of my favorites wait until Tiffany sees this:)

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  4. Looks delicious! Thanks for the nice comments and the recipe's!

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  5. Thanks for the nice comments and the follow. I am now following you back. Thank you as well for what your family did and is still doing for this country! :)

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  6. Kimmy,
    Welcome to The Cottage. I am so happy you will be following along with us. I will look forward to seeing you here.

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  7. It all sounds delicious! What time is dinner?!

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  8. Wow what a wonderful menu, and busy week!!! That bella steak looks delish. And can I just say I am so jealous of your wonderful butternut squash bounty, I have absolutely no luck growing any winter squash, it's a curse I say!

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  9. Beef and mushrooms...one of my favorite combinations!

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  10. That sounds like a hardy delicious dish, and I like all of your other menus you shared. Delicious!

    Happy Foodie Friday...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  11. Thank you so much for visiting my blog of tea - Concetta's Cafe - I enjoyed your delcious recipe as well! I am coming back to search your menu ideas - looks wonderful!
    <>< Concetta

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  12. As always, a delicious sounding menu! And that recipe for the steak bake - oh it looks fantastic! Thank you for sharing it.

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  13. This steak sounds so delicious. I can't wait to try it.

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  14. This is a delicious looking meal. I can just imagine how tender the steak must be! Yummy!

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  15. Fresh, healthy ingredients turned into yummy comfort food - you just can't beat that! This sounds great, thanks for linking up to Family Food Fridays! Hope to see ya next week. :)

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  16. Hi Julie at Get Healthy Cheap,
    Welcome to The Cottage. I am so happy that you will be following along with us. I will look forward to seeing you here.

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  17. Steak looks great! As does the chicken recipe. Perfect for the fall weather that is coming this week. Thank you! Annika

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  18. This looks awesome! Thanks for linking up again this week!

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  19. Looking for some good meal ideas. Happy Menu planning. Have a great week.

    Nina (Author)

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  20. This looks delicious! I love trying new things! Will give it a try! Thanks for sharing!
    ~Dorcas
    http://4sweetangels.blogspot.com/

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