Dread making dinner after work ?! or maybe you want something different and quick?? wellllp .. I have something tasty and delicious for you to make !! wooo hoooo !! it's the most American Chinese meal ever lol if you don't like Chinese, you'd probably eat this still because the soy sauce is the only "Chinese" thing in this recipe. enough blabbing ..let's GOOO !!
What you'll need..
1lb. Beef Chuck [Butter Steak]
1 package Linguini noodles
half of a large white onion
2 Broccoli Crowns
1 Tablespoon Whipped Cream Cheese
1 Tablespoon Vegetable Oil
1 can Beef Gravy
2 tablespoons of flour
Quarter cup of 2% Milk
Salt, Pepper, Garlic Salt, Soy Sauce to taste
Begin by slicing your steak into strips or chunks. I did chunks because it's an easier bite when it comes to eating. Season with a few dashes of Garlic Salt, Pepper and a few drips of soy sauce. Then just sit to the side while you do the next step.
Next, in a large pot, fill halfway with water, add a teaspoon of salt and allow to come to a boil. Once it boils, add noodles and cook as directed.
Now, put about a quarter cup of water into another medium pot, add a little salt, add the broccoli and allow to steam with lid on pot. Steam for about 15 minutes or until the broccoli gets soft.
While the 2 previous steps are in process, put oil in pan, allow to heat up. Next, add onions and let them fry for about 4 minutes or until they begin to get softer. Add the meat to the onions and cook until the meat is medium well (or if you like your meat well done, then cook a little longer). Turn the fire down to a simmer, and add half of the can of beef gravy. Cover for about 5 minutes.
Now it's time to thicken the juices a little bit. Add the flour to the meat.
Stir and it'll be a little lumpy. Add the milk and stir again. Remove the mixture from the stove top and put into a glass bowl. Add the cream cheese and soy sauce.
Now, it's time to add the creamy steak mixture, noodles, and broccoli into a large pot. Mix all together and serve.
You can add more soy sauce for a more Chinese-tasting dish.
Thanks for reading - let me know how yours tastes !