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One of my husband and daughter’s favorite food groups is beef. They are definitely carnivores! LOL But even though I lean more towards vegetarian, I also enjoy a good meat dish, and we ALL love Mushroom Baked Steak! Nothing smells so delicious as a steaming casserole dish full of Baked Steak! And it’s so easy to make, and only needs three ingredients!
The main thing is Beef. I used cubed steak from the 19th St. Meat Market! Oh my goodness! I never knew there could be such a difference in meats. But we’ve gotten it from many different stores, and 19th St. Meat Market wins! Hands down!
The next ingredient is Mushrooms. Fresh, not canned. Sooo good! I love their meaty flavor! Did you know mushrooms are actually a fungus? Yep! I kid you not! But they are so good for you! Not only are they very high in nutrients, but they are thought to help with cancer, diabetes, general heart health, and even weight management! And some people even use them in place of meat for a healthier version of favorite foods! And did you know that you can actually grow your own mushrooms at home? It’s super easy!
And the last ingredient is Cream of Mushroom Soup. I use it in many dishes, so I always try to keep a few cans in the pantry. You’d think it is high in fat, but it’s quite easy to get low-fat or fat-free versions that taste just as amazing!
I hope you’ll enjoy this simple, tasty recipe! Let me know what you think!
Mushroom Baked Steak
This is a delicious, soul-warming food for a cold day! And the gravy it creates goes wonderfully over noodles or mashed potatoes!
- 4 Cubed Steaks
- 2 22 oz Cream of Mushroom Soup
- 1 lb Fresh Button Mushrooms (or your favorite)
Preheat oven to 260 degrees.
Grease casserole dish.
Clean mushrooms with a dry paper towel. Remove stems.
Combine all ingredients in casserole. Salt and pepper to taste. Stir to cover.
Cover with foil. Poke holes in the foil to release steam. Bake for 4 hours.