Cheesy Steak and Potato Casserole
Cheesy foods are always a family favorite and what could be better than a cheesy steak and potato casserole. This is a wonderful and filling food combination that also packs lots of nutrition. Potatoes are too often ignored but they are a great vegetable to serve your family.
Potatoes are an incredibly versatile vegetable that can be baked, stir-fried, steamed, boiled and eaten either warm or cold. Its smooth flavor combines well with plenty of other meats and vegetables. It is low in calories but choc-a-block with vitamins C and B6 as well as trace amounts of iron and zinc. The skin is an excellent source of fiber but the interior is still loaded with more potassium than bananas. And it is utterly delicious with just about any cheese you can imagine. So get friendly again with potatoes by trying it out tonight in this easy steak and potato casserole.
This recipe is a great first cooking attempt especially for young aspiring cooks. It calls for frozen veggies, pre-made cheese sauce and other easy ingredients that young or first time cooks can probably manage without too much oversight. Even the youngest can help out by spreading the veggies over the meat or possibly even pouring the cheese sauce on top.
An extra special addition to this meal comes with the ready-to-bake biscuits. Kids can have fun breaking open containers and separating out the biscuits and placing them as the final coup de grace of this homey dish. In the process they begin to learn about how different meats, vegetables and sauces can combine to produce satisfying meals for them and the family. And you even get some kitchen help!A final plus for this dish is its ease of preparation. There is only one dish to clean up. discovery!Try it out with your family tonight. Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Brown Sugar.
Nutrition Facts for: Cheesy Steak and Potato Casserole From Brown Sugar
Ingredients: Beef steak chunks, grilled potatoes, broccoli florets, four cheese sauce, Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers original biscuits.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 901, Calories from Fat 458, Total Fat 50.9g 78%, Saturated Fat 28.6g 143%, Cholesterol 220mg 73%, Sodium 1368mg 57%, Potassium 1049mg 30%, Carbohydrates 43.6g 15%, Dietary Fiber 3.9g 16%, Sugars 6.3g, Protein 69.3g, Vitamin A 28%, Vitamin C 91%, Calcium 85%, Iron 133%
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