Pepper Beef Steak Packets

Total Time
24mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 9 mins

Simple and no mess; these pepper steak packets can be baked in the oven or on the grill. Can add other vegies as desired (slivered onion, small chunks of broccoli, snow peas, etc.). (tip: use Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil sheets).

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F or grill to medium-high.
  2. Sprinkle both sides of steak with garlic powder and pepper; cut in thin strips. Combine steak strips and pepper strips with teriyaki sauce.
  3. Center one-fourth of the steak mixture on each sheet of foil (12x18-inches each).
  4. Bring up foil sides. Double fold top and ends to seal packet, leaving room for heat circulation inside. Repeat to make four packets.
  5. Bake 12 to 15 minutes on a cookie sheet in oven OR grill 7 to 9 minutes in covered grill.
  6. Serve immediately over rice.
  7. Makes 4 servings.

Reviews

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This recipe just seemed way too easy, but it sure was excellent for such an easy prep and so few ingredients. I probably doubled the amount of teriyaki sauce, just shaking it on until everything was well coated. I used a bottled honey teriyaki sauce. I put this into 2 foil packs and baked in the over for about 20 minutes, which was just right. The meat was tender and the pepper strips perfectly cooked. I served this over rice. For us, this made 2 servings, not 4.

Ginny Sue July 07, 2007

Mmmmm.Added a dusting of ground ginger before sealing in foil. Cooked ours in the oven in one large packet, was done within 20-25 min. took longer due to the larger foil. Took a different twist upon using plain rice, kind of figured out there wasn't going to be enough sauce to pour over anything. So wanted to add another umph to it. To a pot of water I added sesame oil, 2 peeled/split garlic cloves, another dusting of ground ginger and a good splash of the teriyaki sauce, brought the pot to a boil and added 1 pkg. of KA-ME Chinese plain noodles, they look like the ramen noodles that kids love, but these are found in the Chinese area, and they are thinner than ramen noodles. Boiled it for a couple of minutes, drained, removed the garlic cloves and tossed the pepper steak mixture into the noodle mixture. It was so good!! Thank you BecR for your enjoyable posting!

lets.eat April 24, 2005

I thought this could you more seasoning. The teriyaki sauce cooked out of the meat. I had to add more once it was on my plate. I also added onion. Next time I think I will just cook this in a pan on the stove.

me September 01, 2009

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