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Philly Cheesesteak Mac & Cheese Recipe

Philly Cheesesteak Mac & Cheese Recipe

Philly Cheesesteak Mac & Cheese Recipe.  Not a great picture, but at least I remembered to take one before we ate it.  Score one for me!

Now, I made A TON of this, so I’m going to try and trim down my recipe.  I’m quite certain no one but my family needs 2 – 13×9 pans of this.  We are freezing one of the pans, so there is supper for another day.

Philly Cheesesteak Mac & Cheese Recipe

Round steak

Water

Seasoning Mix

Beef Bouillon Granules

Montreal Steak Seasoning

In my Instant Pot, I put my trivet.  My round steak comes with about 3 in each pack.  I take that apart and I put one on my trivet.  Then I add some seasoning mix and some Montreal Steak seasoning.  I repeat until all my steaks are in the instant pot.

Next, I get about 2 cups of water (I will use this broth later on) and I mix in about 2 teaspoons of the beef granules.  I pour that over the steaks.  Place the lid, seal hit manual for 30 minutes (my steaks were mostly frozen).

Next Step

While the steaks were cooking, I got my elbow noodles going.  Again, I used the Instant Pot.  When I throw my noodles in there, I add a 1/2 stick of butter, seasoning, and enough water to cover however many noodles you use.  Now, pop on the lid, place on seal, manual, and I set it for 8 minutes.

While Waiting

3 cups finely chopped fresh spinach

2 tsp Montreal Seasoning

Seasoning Mix

Fresh mushrooms, finely chopped

1 T. minced garlic

1 onion, finely chopped

Orange, Red, Yellow pepper, finely chopped

2 T. butter

2 T. Quinoa Flour (or any type of flour)

1 c. beef broth (from the meat)

1 c. milk

Provolone, 2 c. chopped up

Mozzarella, 2 c.

2 cups cheddar (with more for topping cause I like cheese)

Saute up the first 8 ingredients.  Add flour and broth.  Stir till mixed well.  Add milk.  Boil till thick.  Once thick, add cheese.

Finishing It Up

When your noodles are done, you should not need to drain them.  If they need it, though, drain off excess liquid.  Mix the noodles in the cheese sauce.  Place in 13×9 greased baking dish.  Top with French Fried onions and cheddar.  Next time, however, I will use Panko for my topping.

Bake at 350 for about 40 minutes.

 

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