14 Reviews

Awsome recipie, very easy to make turned out perfectly. I did use chicken breast instead of steak as we dont eat much red-meat so the cooking time was a bit more, about 10-15min more. Family loved it!

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Salyra May 18, 2003

Oh Boy! This should be illegal! It was wonderful, and as a previuos reviewer mentioned, we did the steaks on the grill. I served with creamed new potaoes and asparagus.

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I'mNotHere November 03, 2003

Delicious! The steaks I used were about 1" thick, as my butcher suggested that with a broiled steak you would want it to be thicker, and they came out perfectly. I deglazed the pan with the wine before adding it to the saucepan, and that helped release all the "yummies" to enjoy in the sauce. Hubby loved this recipe as did I, and we both thank you so much!! Dianne

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Pianolady September 29, 2003

Great recipe, how can you go wrong with the ingredients.Too hot in the house so I half grilled the steaks and finished it off in my cast iron fry pan. GREAT! Thanks.

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Ray G July 06, 2003

Wonderful recipe Just Cher. I made it for dinner on Sunday and my husband a true meat lover really loved it and so did the rest of us. I used Cheddar cheese and fresh Indian basil and used a little rum instead of the wine (not out of choice but had to improvise) but kept all other ingredients as is. A regular from now on. Simplicity is the essence of beauty as this recipe goes to show.

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Girl from India January 29, 2004

I really liked the flavor of this. I did have a bit of trouble getting all the mushrooms and cheese to stay on top of the steaks prior to broiling, so I ended up skimping on the cheese a bit. Also, there was not enough liquid left to make a sauce. The steak was a bit well done for me, so I might do a total of 5 min. in step 5 instead of 5 min. per side.

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evewitch March 10, 2008

I was looking for a recipe similar to this that reminded me of a mushroom and cheese smothered steak I used to eat as a kid at a restaurant that I can not remember the name of right now. Have made this recipe many times with sirloin, chicken and different cuts of beef. Each time it was incredible. And I am not even a good cook by any means. Not even a decent one. Great recipe.

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Big Orange August 29, 2006

Delicious! I made this with tri tip, and it turned out very well. It needed to be cooked a bit longer due to the thicker cut of meat, but it was really amazing. To make the sauce at the end go farther, I added some chicken broth (would have been beef broth if I'd had any), and that was very tasty. We also used extra mushrooms, and man, those mushrooms were amazing! Great recipe!

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Erin Linnea February 09, 2006

You're right, it's hard to beat this threesome! Very good recipe!

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rosslare January 12, 2006

I've made this twice, and it is a great recipe. The second time I did use extra mushrooms, baby bellas, just because the first time around I wanted MORE! Served with a green salad and it makes a wonderful meal.

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bratty June 23, 2005
Cheese Mushroom Steak