Looking for a delicious way to make your next meal extra special? These leftover steak recipes are sure to be a hit!
From burgers to noodles, we have it all!
Just like any other ingredient, leftover steak is something people enjoy cooking again and again.
The good news is that these recipes are here to help you make the most out of your last steaks.
Whether you have a huge slab of meat or just a few pieces, these recipes will ensure you get the most out of your last steaks.
They’re also jam-packed with flavor!
So grab your favorite cut of meat and get cooking because these recipes require some serious prep time.
If you’re looking for a new, bold recipe to add to your menu this summer, look no further than steak chili.
This Tex-Mex favorite is made with ground beef, tomatoes, chilis, and cheese.
It’s loaded with protein and flavor that’ll surely satisfy any craving.
You can enjoy the hearty flavors of this dish even on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Ramen noodles and blackened steak get together to create something super delicious.
That’s what I call a spicy meal.
Smoky steak, rich broth, zesty veggies, and chewy noodles – this is the perfect combination of tastes!
This dish is so filling that you won’t even need rice or salad at all.
It’ll just be enough to make your tummy happy.
Beef and noodles is a classic Chinese recipe.
It’s so good, you’ll want it every day!
The beef is tender, juicy, and loaded with flavor.
The noodles are chewy and filling.
If you love this dish, I have an idea for you.
Make it even more epic by adding some crispy fried egg on top! It’s truly the ultimate breakfast meal.
Steak and provolone are a match made in heaven.
If you’re looking for something to make at home, this steak and provolone crescent braid is sure to be your new favorite.
It’s so easy to make and is perfect for any occasion.
Serve with mashed potatoes or roasted veggies, whatever you like!
Steak quesadillas are a real crowd-pleaser, and they’re perfect if you don’t have a lot of time.
They’re super easy to make and can be customized to your liking.
Start by cutting the steak into thin strips.
Then, cook them in oil for about 5 minutes on each side.
Add some sliced onions and red peppers and mix that up with a blend of spices.
Place the cooked meat in a tortilla, top it with cheese, and fold it up until the edges are just touching.
Spray egg whites on both sides so the quesadillas will rise as they bake.
Serve these warm with plenty of salsa or guacamole for dipping.
Enjoy this recipe as a meal or an appetizer!
You can whip up this Mongolian beef in just a few minutes, and it’s packed with flavor.
It features tender beef and juicy pineapple slices, but the final result is also sweet, savory, tangy, and umami-rich.
Every bite bursts with the perfect balance of flavors.
Plus, it takes only a handful of ingredients to make!
The only thing you might have to do is grab some napkins.
I’m a sucker for a good steak panini.
It’s garlicy, salty, and so darn tasty!
This recipe is no exception.
The blue cheese adds just enough bite to contrast the rich meat.
I love the rosemary on top for added flavor and a nice kick.
Bite into this recipe to get your fill of beef with broccoli.
The combination is absolutely irresistible – crispy, tender, and savory!
And it only calls for a few ingredients that are easy to find.
I highly recommend you stock up on broccoli because this dish will be gone in no time.
I like to serve it over rice or noodles for a complete meal.
If you’re looking for something hearty, be sure to order the beef with mushrooms and gluten-free pasta.
This Thai salad is the perfect way to brighten up your dinner table.
It’s a tangy, meaty dish that’ll make you want to indulge.
And with only four ingredients and 30 minutes of prep time, it’s practically foolproof.
The base is a herby mix of tomatoes, cucumber, onions, and herbs.
But the real star here are the marinated flank steak and beef balls.
They’re juicy and tender but have a robust flavor as well.
Serve this light summer salad at your next garden party or BBQ with family and friends!
If you’re looking to cut down on your carbs but still want a satisfying meal, this recipe is for you.
This dish has all the flavor of steak fried rice with just one fewer serving!
The secret to making this irresistible dish is using leftover steaks.
It’s easy, healthy, and super tasty.
Steak hash is an easy, tasty dish that’s perfect for a busy weeknight.
It’s made with tender strips of seasoned steak seared and topped in spicy tomato sauce.
All you need to do is add some shredded cheese, tomatoes, and greens on top.
This is one way to use up your leftover steaks!
I know I’ve talked about soups, but this steak soup is just so good.
It’s got chunks of tender beef, veggies, and potatoes in a rich tomato broth.
You won’t need to make the chicken broth if you prefer it that way.
But it will likely be more flavorful if you do.
Steak stew has the same flavors as any other steak recipe, but it’s even more impressive.
It features a tender cut of meat marinated in spices and herbs, then slow-cooked for hours.
When finished cooking, the beef is infused with delicious aromas and tastes like heaven in your mouth.
The best part? It’s healthy too! You won’t feel guilty after eating this hearty dish.
Need a fun, easy-to-make dish to serve your kids this weekend?
These cheesy steak chimichangas are just what you need!
They’re meaty and full of flavor.
Plus, they’re made with pretty minimal effort.
Plus, they’ll be perfect for summer barbecues or cookouts.
Just don’t forget to make a big batch – the leftovers can go straight into the freezer after BBQing!
All you’ll need to make this steak sandwich are some pita pockets and your favorite cut of steak.
This recipe is the perfect way to use up any leftover steak that you have on hand.
It makes for a tasty side dish or light lunch option.
The key to making steak fajitas is a good, high-quality sirloin.
Don’t skimp on that if you want the best flavor.
The rest of the ingredient list is pretty basic, providing plenty of protein and some tasty veggies.
That said, I think this recipe would work well with any meaty steak.
Beef works great with peppers and onions or chicken for that panko breadcrumb topping.
If you want tacos for dinner but aren’t sure what to make, don’t fret.
These steak tacos are a delicious option that will surely satisfy your cravings.
The steak is hand-marinated and grilled to perfection so that it retains its natural goodness while adding a touch of smokey flavor.
Between the crunchy tortilla chips, smoky beef, and fresh salsa, these are exactly what you need on a cold and windy evening.
I have to admit that I don’t always make chicken Stroganoff because I just can’t stop eating it.
But, this recipe is one of my favorites.
It really is the best way to prepare beef stroganoff.
The rich tomato sauce and cream cheese filling are absolutely divine.
The onion and garlic give it an extra punch of flavor, while a bit of Worcestershire sauce brings a lovely Asian touch.
I like to add a pinch of peppercorn to my sauces and dips because it’s such a good spice for everything from fish to chicken.
This recipe is already pretty spectacular, but you can make it even better by adding in some grated Parmesan cheese.
It makes all the difference!
I love making these when I’m cooking for a crowd.
It makes getting everyone together so easy.
Crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, they’re sure to be gone before you know it!
Beef noodle soup is one of my all-time favorite meals.
It’s hearty, comforting, and a little bit spicy.
It’s also good for a cold winter night!
Each bowl of this recipe uses tender beef and lots of veggies to create an incredible flavor combination.
The best part? It’s super easy to make and comes together in just 30 minutes!
If you’re like me and love cheesesteak, this is the perfect recipe for you!
You can create your own Cheesesteak Pizza by adding your favorite toppings.
I enjoy adding a generous helping of bacon to mine.
Another fun way to kick it up a notch is to throw in some spicy mayo, jalapeños, and spicy green chili peppers.
This recipe is just like a classic quesadilla.
What makes it so special, though, is the provolone cheese and spinach mixture.
The mixture of cheese and veggies adds such a nice touch to this classic dish that really makes this one of the best veggie-packed meals.
I’m not saying it’s healthy by any means, but for those who want to eat more veggies without adding extra calories or nutrients to their diet, this is your go-to meal.
You can’t get more classic than this cheesy grilled cheese sandwich.
Start with a soft, pillowy slice of puff pastry.
Then, you’ll want to cover it in savory and cheesy goodness.
Use any type of meat you like and top that with plenty of melted cheese.
Just don’t forget the paper towels.
They are the most important part!
If you’re looking for something a little more filling, this recipe is ideal.
It features Stir Fry Chicken, seasoned steak, and rice in one bowl.
It’s a hearty meal that will keep you full all the way to dinner.
The best part of this dish is definitely the homemade chili sauce (forgot to include?).
Thai Beef Salad
- 1 Skillet
- 1 bowl
Thai Beef Dressing/Marinade
- 1/2 cup lime juice
- 1 teaspoon lime zest
- 1/3 cup brown sugar packed
- 1/4 cup vegetable oil
- 2 tablespoons fish sauce
- 1 teaspoon Sriracha
- 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
- 2 tablespoons fresh ginger very finely minced
- 3 cloves garlic minced
- 2 pounds skirt steak trimmed of excess fat
- 2 teaspoons kosher salt
- 1/2 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper
- 2 tablespoons unsalted butter
Thai Beef Salad Ingredients
- 8 cups romaine lettuce chopped (about 2 heads)
- 1 English cucumber sliced (not peeled)
- 1 pint grape tomatoes halved
- 1/3 cup cilantro chopped
- 1/4 red onion sliced
- 1/2 cup green onions thinly sliced
- 1/2 cup fresh mint chopped
- 1/4 cup peanuts chopped (optional)
- Mix the lime juice, lime zest, brown sugar, vegetable oil, fish sauce, sriracha, ginger, garlic, and crushed red pepper flakes in a medium bowl. After thoroughly coating the steak with half of the marinade, let it sit for 20 minutes. Save the remaining marinade for the salad dressing.
- Steak should be seared for four minutes on each side in butter in a sizable, heavy skillet over high heat. Avoid overcrowding the pan since the meat will steam rather than brown. Let steak to rest for 10 minutes, then slice it thinly crosswise and mix in the dressing.
- The lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, cilantro, red onion, green onion, and fresh mint should all be combined in a big bowl. Gently toss with remaining dressing, place meat on top, and decorate with chopped peanuts if desired.