Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 30 mins

This is a quick weeknight throw-together meal that is very tasty. Any type of inexpensive beef will do, even ground. All amounts are approximate.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Prepare Stuffing, any recipe will do. I like Stovetop, it's quick and tasty!
  3. Heat oil and stir fry diced steak until 3/4 done. (You may add pepper or any seasonings you like during this step.).
  4. Add steak to stuffing mix and toss together well.
  5. In large saucepan, mix 1 1/2 cups Water with both packages of Brown Gravy Mix. Whisk continually on High heat until it boils, then for about one minute more. Mixture will thicken into gravy when done. (You may substitute any prepared gravy recipe you like.).
  6. Place steak and stuffing mixture in baking pan or casserole dish.
  7. (Optional) Sprinkle diced peppers over mixture.
  8. Pour gravy over top.
  9. Fluff slightly with fork so that gravy seeps down through the mixture.
  10. Bake at least 30 minutes. This may be kept in the oven for up to two hours without drying out too much due to the gravy, and the longer you bake it, the better it tastes!


Most Helpful

I just finished eating this. It was fantabulous! So moist and flavorful. I used some chuck steak I had in the freezer forever because my husband only likes sirloin and the stovetop traditional sage stuffing. Yummy. The only problem is it is a bit high cal and full of sodium. Not for every day but delicious.

Annas_Mom_Erin March 06, 2008

Very easy and tasty. I didn't have steak, so I used ground beef as suggested. It was fast and simple to prepare, smelled great and tasted delicious.

Terri Newell July 21, 2007

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