Tonight we made a recipe that I forgot about until Justin said he wanted a steak meal, and I started looking through my recipes and found this one. We made it once before, and it was really good. I am not big on steaks, so we don’t have it very often. It’s also too chewy for the boys to eat right now. So when we do have it, Justin eats his entire steak! No leftovers for lunch the next day. I couldn’t even eat half of mine and saved the rest for later, but he ate it all!
The French Onion Steak recipe is pretty easy to make, and doesn’t require too many ingredients either. Depending on how cooked you like your steak determines about how long this recipe takes to make. Justin likes his steak cooked medium, so I took his off the pan and let mine cook a few minutes more since I like it cooked closer to medium-well. But that’s what’s great about this meal too, I can customize it to how we each like it. And the broth is really good on some mashed potatoes as a side.
I always cook this meal on the stovetop, but you could probably change it to be able to grill. We haven’t tried that yet, but if we did I would do a few things different. Instead of cooking the broth, I would use the broth as a marinade and let the steaks sit in that for a couple hours. When it comes time to grill, I would use the onion soup mix as a rub for the steak. And maybe sprinkle more on while it cooks as well. Then once the steaks are cooked, you could top it with the cheese and french fried onions.
- 1 1/2 lbs boneless grilling steak
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 pkg dry onion soup mix
- 3/4 cup beef broth
- 3 oz white cheddar cheese shredded
- 1/2 cup french-fried onions
Preheat large saute pan 2-3 minutes on medium
Meanwhile, coat both sides of steaks with oil and soup mix
Place steaks in pan and cook 2-3 minutes on each side or until browned
Add broth to pan, cook and stir for 3-4 minutes or until broth has thickened
Top steaks with cheese and cover pan
Cook until cheese is melted
Remove steaks from pan and top with fried onions
Serve with juice from pan