Italian Beef Florentine

Italian Beef Florentine created by French Tart

This version of Beef Florentine used chuck patties instead of steak, which makes it easy and quick to prepare. It goes well with a fresh salad and garlic bread or rolls.

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directions

  • Place flour on a plate. Beat eggs gently, in a shallow bowl, until blended. In another shallow bowl, mix Panko bread crumbs, Italian seasoning, onion powder, salt and pepper.
  • Preheat large saute pan on medium-high 2-3 minutes. Dip patties in flour (coating both sides), then dip in egg mixture, allowing excess to drip off. Finally, dip into Panko bread crumb mixture.
  • Place oil in pan; swirl to coat. Add patties to pan and cook 2-3 minutes on each side to brown.
  • Reduce heat to medium; cook 2-3 more minutes on each side, until cooked through.
  • Meanwhile, combine sauce mix and milk in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil on medium-high heat. Reduce heat to low; stir in butter and spinach. Cook 2-3 minutes, stirring often, or until spinach is wilted. Serve sauce over patties.
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"This version of Beef Florentine used chuck patties instead of steak, which makes it easy and quick to prepare. It goes well with a fresh salad and garlic bread or rolls."
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  1. French Tart
    Italian Beef Florentine Created by French Tart
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  2. French Tart
    Italian Beef Florentine Created by French Tart
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  3. French Tart
    Absolutely wonderful and SO enjoyed for lunch today! I used 100% Charolais beef patties, great quality beef and local to me. I did not have any of the sauce you mentioned, so I added Boursin cheese to my spinach and it was wonderful. I had extra crumbs so I pan fried a few beefsteak tomatoes to serve with this coated in the crumbs! LOVED the flavours and especially the crumb coating............topped this off with a sprinkling of parmesan cheese. Made for Make MY Recipe #11 and VERY much enjoyed! Thanks TT! FT:-) PS: I made extra spinach which we had as a veggie.
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  4. TasteTester
    This version of Beef Florentine used chuck patties instead of steak, which makes it easy and quick to prepare. It goes well with a fresh salad and garlic bread or rolls.
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