Thursday, June 23, 2016

Steak and Mushroom Stuffed Jalapenos with Steak Sauce Drizzle

The 'penos are looking plump and happy again at the produce store so I treated myself to some Steak and Mushroom Stuffed Jalapenos with Steak Sauce Drizzle. This was a great use for leftover beef, I happened to have a bit of tenderloin but any cut that's been cooked and is tender would work fine. Same with the mushrooms, you can use sauteed leftovers or open a can/jar, just drain them well and pat dry.
Cold adult beverage optional, but highly recommended:@)

It's been a while since I've shown this pic, this is what my jalapenos look like when I cook with them folks. Cleaned well!
I like the flavor but want to tame the heat.

Steak and Mushroom Stuffed Jalapenos with Steak Sauce Drizzle
  1. Filling is approximate equal parts: Diced steak, chopped mushrooms, cream cheese and mozzarella. 
  2. Slice jalapenos in half, clean out the seeds and membranes.
  3. Stuff with filling.
  4. Top with panko breadcrumbs if desired-I desired:@)
  5. Bake at 375 degrees for 15-18 minutes and remove from oven.
  6. Heat broiler to high, return peppers to oven for a few seconds until tops brown up nicely-watch closely!
  7. Either drizzle with your favorite steak sauce or serve sauce in a dipping bowl. My favorite is A1 Bold and Spicy.
Eat well and have a happy day!

11 comments:

  1. wow! i know a few people who would love these.

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  2. Great idea!! We love stuffed jalapenos!
    Jenna

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  3. These look great would be nice at a bbq.. Janice

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  4. What a marvelous filling! Fun twist on jalapeño poppers!!!

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  5. Sounds amazing! My hubby loves peppers! Hugs!

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  6. They look so good, Lynn! We like that A-1 too! Linda

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  7. I like my jalapeños cleaned like you do, Lynn. This recipe sounds perfect for bits of leftover beef, and the topping of panko would add a nice crunch. It could be a meal for me, but they'd be a great appetizer, too.

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  8. Lynn, this sounds wonderful, and I like my jalapenos tame like you.

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  9. I know my husband would love these, even a not-so-tame version :) They look delicious!

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  10. These look so good! I love different versions of jalapeno poppers, and this one sounds the best yet.

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  11. What a great little bite Lynn! I know my hubby would love these :)

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