Served it hot. Sauted the onion and red peppers and was glad I did. Thought the dressing had too much vinegar so will half it next time. Might also cook green beans a little longer. Good!
Sirloin Steak and Pasta Salad
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brennaeg Posted: 08/11/09
GatewayCook Posted: 11/30/09
This was good, but I agree it's a little too...tangy, I guess. I served it hot and it was quick to cook and easy to make. I ate it alone and everyone else had homemade dinner rolls. I might add spinach next time...or decrease the mustard...or add some chicken broth and cook it down a little. I'll make it again though, it's a good start.
Belladonna714 Posted: 08/09/09
I actually served this as a hot pasta dish instead of a cold salad, and it came out delicious! I roasted the red peppers before slicing, and sauteed the onions in Wegmans basting oil, salt and garlic pepper. This added a little time onto the initial prep but was definitely worth the effort, my boyfriend can't stop raving about it!
Moodys Posted: 06/10/10
Great recipe. Family loved it. We will truly have it again. It is a great weekday recipe for us; gives us enough leftovers for the next day's lunch.
TwoIans Posted: 07/12/10
Our family loved it! We followed the recipe, but left off the blue cheese. It was an excellent Monday night dinner. I would even serve this to friends if we were having a casual night on the patio. It had the right amount of spice.
Louman Posted: 09/14/11
Ironically, had leftover steak, veggies & pasta in frig from a party. Sauted vegggies and added steak & pasta at end. Turned off heat and stirred in dressing serving warm. Did not have blue cheese. It was quick, easy & delish!
teenywonder Posted: 10/29/12
This was a hit in my house! My husband loved the meal. I used goat cheese instead and sauteed the onion and red pepper before use. Instead of sirloin, I broiled flank steak. We love veggies, so I added frozen corn with the green beans and it made for rich color and flavor. Delish!