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Cheese Steak Casserole

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Looking to add some excitement to ho-hum dinnertime? Well, bake up a batch of our Cheese Steak Casserole, and you'll have everyone racing to the table! This twist on a traditional Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich tastes plain old delicious!

What You'll Need:
  • 1 (8-ounce) package wide egg noodles, cooked according to package directions
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 2 red bell peppers, seeded and cut into 1/4-inch slices
  • 1 onion, cut in half and sliced thin
  • 1 pound thin boneless beef sirloin steak, thinly sliced
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 (15-ounce) jar cheese sauce
What To Do:
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Coat a 9- x 13-inch baking dish with cooking spray. Place cooked noodles in baking dish; set aside.
  2. In a large skillet, heat oil over medium heat; cook red peppers and onion 4 to 5 minutes, or until fork-tender. Add beef, salt, and pepper to skillet and cook 3 to 4 minutes, or until beef is brown, stirring occasionally. Drain liquid.
  3. In a microwaveable bowl, melt cheese sauce in microwave 1 minute.
  4. Spoon half of cheese sauce over noodles. Top with beef mixture, then pour remaining cheese sauce over top; cover with aluminum foil.
  5. Bake 25 to 30 minutes, or until heated through.

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I will be making this with only 2 simple substitution, I will use chicken because my family doesn't eat steak, and I will make my own cheese sauce, but the basic recipe will remain the same. My simple question is can people rate a recipe when they change practically everything in it to suit them and still call it the same recipe??

This recipe looks absolutely delish, would not spoil it by using velveeta processed crap, looking at all the variations and things were meant to be changed then I guess this or other recipes wouldn't be what they are!

if you don't like cheese sauce in a jar make your own

Doesn't the steak get tough after baking?

To keep your steak from becoming tough, make sure to use sirloin steak and cut it thin. Enjoy!

What a great and easy peasy meal!! I added some garlic and even my husband said we can even add broccoli to this..He's not even a broccoli fan!! lol...I did not use the cheese in a jar i find that to be a little salty to my liking, i used cheddar cheese dip instead..Next time I"m going to add green peppers, a hogey steak and cheese casserole? You bet!! .It sure is a filling meal and I love leftover night, heat and serve..Thank you!

I made this last night for our family of 7. I tweaked it with what I had on hand... ground beef with rotini noodles. I made the cheese sauce using a pound of Velveeta melted in the microwave for five minutes with a 1/2 cup of whole milk, 2 tsp ground mustard, and a few dashes of hot sauce. I also added in some chopped broccoli to replace the bell peppers and the kids went to town. Everybody was commenting how great it smelled! This is going in the family cookbook for many more repeats. With just a few ingredients, Mr. Food recipes are so quick, easy, and delicious. Just what us busy moms need! Thanks for doing this service!

This sounds tasty and easy, and I plan on making it very soon. How about substituting a can of Cheddar Cheese soup for the cheese sauce? As for the bell peppers, I plan on using one green and one red because that's what I have in the fridge.

Can't find nice cheese sauce in Ireland. What do you suggest to use in this recipe?

I just made my own like I was making homemade Mac n cheese. Melt butter and flour together. Add milk and then I use shredded cheese or cubes. Cheddar, sharp, monetary jack. Cheddar is the base and I add some of whatever we have. You will together. Don't milk.burn. can use double broiler. I just estimate my measurements but can find easy cheese sauce recipes

If you make your own cheese sauce, cook it on low heat and stir almost constantly until thickened, and it won't burn. Home made cheese sauce is so very much better than anything bought and especially using processed cheese food like velveeta.

Does anyone know why red peppers cost twice as much as green ones? Why can't I comment without a rating for a recipe I haven't tried yet?

Red peppers are ripe thus having to leave them on the plant longer and more work

You can comment, there is a "I haven't tried this yet" button which will allow you to comment, I just did it.

My family loved this dish , it was very easy to make also .. Only lasted in my home for 2 days .

Why is there no nutritional information? how many servings are in this recipes?


If YOU need to know the nutritional values of this recipe it is YOUR job to figure it out. You people that want something done but DON'T want to do it yourself are the reason this whole country is going to hell in a handbasket.

meatandtaters: There is no reason to be so cranky about asking for nutritional information. Many sites on the internet (please take the time to look for sites yourself) provide this information for recipes in their database. These recipe sites are free too. Nutritional information is very handy to have, especially if you or someone you cook for is on a special diet. It is not unreasonable to request or to expect to find nutritional information included with a recipe on a recipe site.

I agree with you. Most sites do include nutritional info but I'm not adverse to using recipes that don't have them. All you have to do is estimate knowing how much is in the ingredients you use.

why so upset, it all depends on the kind of cheese you use or the amount of noodles, it could be reduced for a family of 2 or increased for a family of 8 or 12.... and what is a serving, 1/2 cup, or 1 1/2 cup, or maybe for a big eater 2-3 cups.... what if you use whole wheat noodles or glutton free??? it all depends on YOU for the nutritional info and the servings...

Unfortunately, I have found that some people on recipe sites don't know very much about cooking and unless they get a step by step instruction sheet, can't do it. Impossible to do for just the reasons you stated LostintheUSA. Too many variables to consider giving complete ingredient contents for each individual person. Not to mention, that unless you're baking desserts and breads, cooking isn't a's what you want to use.

I have made this for my family for years. Now that my kids are on there own they are making this for their familys.

I like diced peppers so I would dice them. As for the cheese sauce, I've seen Philly Cheese Steak Places in Philly on the Food Network and they use Velvetta or something similar. It's usually very creamy and smooth. That's what I would use.

Instead of the caned cheese use Velveteen, any cheese that u can from the dairy, like Pepper Jack, add chopped onions, some japolenoas, add bread or panko crumbs or anything that looks good in the st

If you mean is processed just like the stuff in the jar.

Home made cheese sauce is still the best and you can control the sodium yourself...processed food is crap and that includes velveeta, in my opinion.

I love cheese steak. This looks easy to make, and I will try this very soon.

Sounds yummy! I'd only make it once in a while, tho, because this will blow my diet sky high.

I would also use Velveeta and put in mushrooms.. YUM


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