Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Sirloin steak strips, onion and baby spinach are sauteed and served in a creamy mushroom sauce."
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boneless beef sirloin steak
baby spinach leaves, washed
1 (10.75 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup or Campbell's® Condensed 98% Fat Free Cream of Mushroom Soup
tomato, thickly sliced
Freshly ground black pepper
This was a great recipe and a great way for my husband to eat spinich. I added whole mushrooms as well when I cooked the onions. I also used beef broth instead of water to give it a rich flavor. This is will be a go to for me!
I did what other reviewers said and added garlic and cayanne pepper to the sauce. I also added about 3/4 C sour cream. Seasoned the steak with Lawrys seasoning and served over egg noodles instead of the tomato. Next time I will add sauteed mushrooms as well. Very good after the adjustments!
This was very tasty! In addition to the onions, I sauted mushrooms too. I added garlic and cayenne pepper to give it a little kick. I omitted the tomato and served over a bed of rice. This is something I will definately do again!
This ones a keeper! But I did season meat prior to sauteing, added a can of drained diced tomatoes, substituted beef broth for water, thickened sauce with a lttle cornstarch and served over rice. Yummy!
I really liked this recipe. But I used peoples advice. I used lawrey's salt, garlic, sliced mushrooms instead of tomatoes, added some sour cream, added a good amount of cayenne and served it over noodles. Make sure you don't over cook steak in first step. Very good.
I would leave out the tomatoes on the bottom next time but other than that this was really good. I did use the advice of the reviews.
Great dish. I substituted chicken breast browned and sliced into bite size pieces for the steak and doubled the rest of the ingredients. This was a real hit. and nothing left. It looks good too, per the picture.
I made this just as the recipe said, but I omitted the tomatoes and added mushrooms. It was very bland. I will try again, but I will follow some of the other reviewers suggestions and add some seasoning to the steak!
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