Blue Cheese Steak

"S-i-m-p-l-e beyond words! Two ingredients and about ten minutes to Tastebud Heaven. Serve with oven-roasted spuds (tossed with olive oil) and a broccoli salad."
 
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Ready In:
11mins
Ingredients:
5
Yields:
4 steaks
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Fire up your frying pan to high heat, or get the grill ready.
  • Sprinkle steaks with salt and pepper to taste.
  • Toss a dab of butter in the pan (or a spritz of oil).
  • Place steaks on the hot pan; grill 3 minutes; turn.
  • Scatter bleu cheese crumbles over steak while grilling for another 3 minutes.
  • Remove meat from heat, let stand a few minutes.
  • Serve with oven-roasted potato wedges or whole baked potatoes.
  • OPTIONAL: Serve with MORE bleu cheese or bleu cheese salad dressing.

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Reviews

  1. Liz Wilcox
    I will admit up front that I have not yet tried this but KNOW it will be AMAZING! it has steak, butter, and blue cheese, how could it be anything else? If you want some gravy with it, keep the steaks warm, then add a cup of cream and another 3 oz of blue cheese to the pan, scrape up any browned bits from cooking the steaks and YUMMY! Snatched that idea from a recent blue cheese/pork chop recipe.
     
  2. Kelarjian
    I slammed mine under the broiler until bubbly and browned. That makes it *****
     
  3. Wildflour
    As much as I LOVE bleu cheese, you'd think I'd have had a steak with bleu cheese on it before! But nope! This was my first!! And it WON'T be my last!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOW I know what I've been missing!!!!!!!!!!! TY Debber!!!!!!!!!!! :)
     
  4. diannabelle
    I have loved this combo for years! The only way I change it, is to add a dab of real butter while still very hot. Just a great combo. <br/> A restaurant add this to their menu, after I had asked for these ingredients.<br/>It's THAT good, people. Try it!! Yum!!
     
  5. Kellie in SLO
    Simply divine describes this recipe. Was so easy to prepare, both of my kids cleaned their plates. This is a keeper!
     
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