Tomatoes Make The Perfect Gravy
If you think steak takes too long to prepare, these thin skillet steaks will change your mind. Just a few minutes, and you can have a delicious steak dinner without all the extra hassle.
In case you haven't been able to tell from my posts, I'm a carnivore. I love chicken, steak, pork, and fish. I'll eat them almost anyway I can get them. But my favorite is off the grill. There's just something about eating a grilled piece of meat. I don't know if it's the taste or the smell or the delightful combination of the two... whatever it is, I'll never turn it down. There's just one problem with the grill: it takes time and preparation.
So on those occasions when I'm dying for steak, but don't want to deal with the grill, I look for alternatives. Sure, the broiler's always a good standby, but the smoke that fills my kitchen, even with the fan going, is never fun. Then there's the pan on the stove. I know, frying a steak sounds dreadful, but with the right spices and toppings, a steak on the stove is surprisingly good. And it takes about half as long as cooking a steak on the grill. Add a tangy tomato gravy like Better Homes and Gardens and you've got a dinner that will surprise and delight even the biggest critic.
Paprika Steak and Tomato Gravy
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