15-Minute Steak Dinners

Serve a steak dinner in a flash. Simply follow our multitasking tips to get a main dish on the table in minutes.

  • Sirloin Steak with Dijon-Port Sauce

    Sirloin Steak with Dijon-Port Sauce

    While the noodles cook, sauté the beef for about eight minutes, then make a spicy-sweet pan sauce flavored with shallots and garlic. Fresh thyme adds a final burst of flavor. Serve the steak and sauce over the cooked egg noodles. Recipe: Sirloin Steak with Dijon-Port Sauce

  • Chinese Five-Spice Steak with Rice Noodles

    Chinese Five-Spice Steak with Rice Noodles

    Serve a delicately-spiced dinner over mild rice stick noodles for a speedy Asian-inspired meal. Hoisin sauce, soy sauce, and five-spice powder give the trimmed flank steak a rich, spicy flavor that's calmed by the addition of tomatoes, onion, and fresh basil.

    Recipe: Chinese Five-Spice Steak with Rice Noodles

  • Sirloin Steak and Pasta Salad

    Sirloin Steak and Pasta Salad

    A little multitasking gets this meal on the table in no time. Cook the penne and green beans in the same pot of boiling water. While they cook, broil the steak for about 10 minutes, then toss the noodles, beans, and steak with balsamic vinegar, Dijon mustard, and a few herbs and veggies for a fresh-flavored one-dish meal.

    Recipe: Sirloin Steak and Pasta Salad

  • Country-Fried Steak with Mushroom Gravy

    Country-Fried Steak with Mushroom Gravy

    Serve a Sunday-afternoon meal anytime by dishing up a country-style meal of pan-fried steak and topped with rich mushroom gravy. This recipe suggests pairing the main dish with frozen mashed potatoes–Simply heat, add a little milk, then serve with an extra helping of gravy to satisfy everyone at the table.

    Recipe: Country-Fried Steak with Mushroom Gravy

  • Broiled Flank Steak with Warm Tomato Topping

    Broiled Flank Steak with Warm Tomato Topping

    When you're short on time, the broiler is your best friend. While the beef broils, make a spicy pan-sauce with garlic, jalapeño, and halved tomatoes. Serve with instant or boil-in-a-bag rice to absorb the extra sauce.

    Recipe: Broiled Flank Steak with Warm Tomato Topping

  • Rice Noodles with Sesame-Ginger Flank Steak

    Rice Noodles with Sesame-Ginger Flank Steak

    Noodle bowls are great time-saving dishes. Cook the steak in batches to allow for faster cooking, then serve with a vegetable-laden sauce of carrots, peas, bell peppers, and onions. Dark sesame oil and hoisin sauce give the dish a spicy-sweet flavor that's even better the next day.

    Recipe: Rice Noodles with Sesame-Ginger Flank Steak

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