"This is a great, inexpensive alternative to veal parmesan!" — Lorrie
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1 1/2 pounds
beef cube steak
onion, sliced into thin rings
green bell pepper, sliced in rings
Italian seasoned bread crumbs
grated Parmesan cheese
1 (16 ounce) jar
shredded mozzarella cheese
angel hair pasta
Great alternative to chicken and veal. I seasoned the cubed steak with salt and garlic powder, then I dipped in 2 beaten eggs so the breading would stick. Quickfrying with the garlic in the olive oil gives it a great flavor. I think I will use a more substantial pasta than angel hair next time. Might be fun with bowties. Family loved it - will definitely do it again.
Not too bad. It was pretty average tasting. Without a few tweaks to spice it up, I probably wouldn't make this one again.
I followed the hint and left the prepared dish in the refrigerator overnight! The meat was very tender, flavorful. I will use this recipe often! I did add 1 Tablespoon of fresh chopped Sweet Basil to the sauce.
To me, this was just a different version of spaghetti. Family REALLY liked it but they are spaghetti lovers. I also thought it was tasty but I was hoping for something a little more unique. Used red bell peppers instead of green, added fresh sliced mushrooms and 4 blend Italian cheese. Either way, my family begs me to make this one again, although I will never serve to guests. Still good! Thanks Lorrie
Ever since i read this recipe I cook this meal atleast once a week! Ive changed things up a bit, but i still want to thank you!
Heres what i did:
I take the cube steaks and dip them in egg, and then coat with the parmesan cheese, then garlic, and then the breadcrumbs.
Then I fry them in oil till the are cooked, and top with fried onions.
Then I make the pasta on the side. I use rotini noodles, and top them with butter, garlic, and parmesan cheese.
Its so good.
I felt this was a quicker way to make YOUR recipe, and is still delicious. Let me know if you try it!
GREAT!! I dipped the cube steaks in flour then egg and then the breadcrumb mixture so it would stick better. I also cooked the green pepper and onions in the tomato sauce before putting on top of the steaks. I also substituted linguine for the angel hair although I am sure the angel hair would have been just as wonderful! My hubby gives this a 25 out of 5. Thank you for sharing!
Very good, I dipped the steaks in Italian dressing before coating them, the garlic in the pan when browning the meat started to burn so I wouldn't put it in the pan next time. The pasta is very good with the garlic and butter in it. I added extra herbs, garlic, and mushrooms to the spaghetti sauce.
I changed the recipe significantly for ease and to avoid using prepared sauce which has too many added ingredients (sugar and salt) . . . I use round steak instead of cube steak (not as tough, and easier to handle) dredged in egg and then bread crumbs combined with parmesan cheese. After browning the steaks in olive oil, add 1/2 c. chopped onion, one can tomato paste (again for richness of taste) and 1 tomato paste can full of water to the skillet drippings. Blend well and cover steaks--eliminate spaghetti sauce. Bake the same as this recipe indicates. Fast, easy and more flavorful in my opinion.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Beef Parmesan with Garlic Angel Hair Pasta
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 425
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