Steak and Mushroom Baked Potato Topping

Steak and Mushroom Baked Potato Topping created by Marsha D.

Another Tater Topping recipe from Paula Deen's "Celebrates!" cookbook. She states, "This is for people like me-meat and potato eaters!"

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  • In a large frying pan over medium-high heat, heat the oil and brown the steak strips and onion.
  • Remove the steak and onions from the pan. Add the butter and melt over low heat.
  • Whisk in the flour and stir with a wooden spoon until smooth.
  • Whisk in the beef broth and stir until the mixture thickens slightly, about 2 minutes.
  • Return the beef and onions to the pan. Add the mushrooms.
  • Simmer for 30 minutes until tender.
  • Taste, then season with the Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper.
  • The topping can be refrigerated, covered, up to this point.
  • Just before serving, reheat gently and stir in the sour cream.
  • Do not allow the topping to boil.
  • Keep hot in a crockpot or chafing dish over very low heat.
  • Serve over baked potatoes.
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  1. Brandyberry
    This was so very yummy. Next time I wouldn't use round steak, I would choose something a bit more tender. I added some leftover strips of red and green peppers and didn't have condensed beef broth, just used beef broth. This has excellent flavor and I know I will be asked to make this again. We ate it over baked potatoes.
  2. Marsha D.
    Steak and Mushroom Baked Potato Topping Created by Marsha D.
  3. Marsha D.
    We LOVED this recipe! Its one of the best toppings we have ever had for a baked potato. I did make a few changes. First I halved the recipe and used 2 beef bouillon cubes to 1 cup of water and added McCormick's Montreal Steak Seasoning to the meat while cooking. I omitted the worcestershire sauce and sour cream but I have to say that this was DELICIOUS without both. This will be going into my families favorite recipe book!! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe :)
  4. BeIIa
    I made this the other night when my h and I weren't very hungry. I ate it over a baked potato and he had his on the side of the potato. Though the kids didn't taste it, we both loved it! I only had less than 1 lb. of round steak left from another recipe and tried to judge cutting the ingredients as best I could, and it still came out great. Also - I couldn't find CONDENSED beef broth anywhere, so I used regular. When my h gives it the thumbs up, I know it's a keeper. Thanks!!
  5. Chef Mommie
    Delicious! I must admit, I ate it without the potato, even though I did bake them. I packed dh's lunch and then he and I ate what was left-over; right out of the pan. My steak was alittle tough, but dh gave me the thumbs up, so I know we have a keeper. Always...Remembering Amy!!!

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