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Solo Honey Mustard Steak and Pasta

Solo Honey Mustard Steak and Pasta created by Bill Hilbrich

The flavor of the sauce is subtle enough to allow the taste of the steak to come through. If Beef Chuck Eye Steak is not available, I would suggest Sirloin. Green Peas might be a nice alternative to the Mushrooms. Cooking is a Creative Sport.

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  • Cook the pasta in 2 quarts of salted boiling water for about 8 minutes or until done.
  • Cover both sides of the steak with the salt and pepper, and just enough of the olive oil to give it a slight shine.
  • Pour the rest of the olive oil, mustard and honey into a shallow pasta dish.
  • Place the steak in a hot frying pan (I like cast iron) and cook for 3 1/2 minutes per side.
  • When the steak is done, set aside to rest and add the mushrooms and liquid to the hot pan and scrape the cooked bits off the bottom.
  • Add the drained pasta, stir once, and pour into the dish.
  • Slice the steak into thin strips, add to the pasta and toss until everything is coated with the honey mustard mixture.
  • Serve with a Green Salad.
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"The flavor of the sauce is subtle enough to allow the taste of the steak to come through. If Beef Chuck Eye Steak is not available, I would suggest Sirloin. Green Peas might be a nice alternative to the Mushrooms. Cooking is a Creative Sport."
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  1. makeeyecontact
    Great, quick solo meal! I tried peas instead of mushrooms and was pleased. 3.5 minutes on both sides left the middle too red to seem safe to me so it might take a little longer to prepare than listed. I like Brother Williams recipees and you will too, especially if after taking his suggestions you add your own personality on the second run. Thanks Brother!
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  2. makeeyecontact
    Great, quick solo meal! I tried peas instead of mushrooms and was pleased. 3.5 minutes on both sides left the middle too red to seem safe to me so it might take a little longer to prepare than listed. I like Brother Williams recipees and you will too, especially if after taking his suggestions you add your own personality on the second run. Thanks Brother!
    Reply
  3. Bill Hilbrich
    Solo Honey Mustard Steak and Pasta Created by Bill Hilbrich
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  4. Bill Hilbrich
    Solo Honey Mustard Steak and Pasta Created by Bill Hilbrich
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  5. Bill Hilbrich
    The flavor of the sauce is subtle enough to allow the taste of the steak to come through. If Beef Chuck Eye Steak is not available, I would suggest Sirloin. Green Peas might be a nice alternative to the Mushrooms. Cooking is a Creative Sport.
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