Beef Mushroom And Broccoli Pasta is an incredibly delicious one pan meal with juicy sirloin steak, broccoli & topped creamy brown gravy sauce! It’s sure to please any crowd!
This super easy, one pan skillet dinner is a must try meal that is sure to please even the pickiest eaters!
This skillet meal is truly a restaurant quality dinner that’s extremely easy to make in just under 20 minutes!
The flavor is outstanding and the steak is ultra juicy and tender!
You can even substitute the steak for chicken to change it up! that is also more budget friendly without sacrificing flavor!
This dinner is sure to become a family favorite recipe! Completely flavorful and filling, it’s surely the ultimate pasta dish!
With just very simple ingredients, this is a recipe that the whole family will enjoy!
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Beef Mushroom & Broccoli Pasta
- 8 oz. corkscrew pasta (or your favorite type of pasta shape)
- 1 cup broccoli, cut into small florets, as well as the stalk sliced thin
- 6 oz. steak, sirloin, sliced thin
- 1 pkg mushrooms, sliced
- 1 pkt brown gravy mix
- 1 cup half and half (can use whole milk for less calories)
- 1 tsp garlic, minced
- to taste – salt and pepper
- butter (or oil if you prefer) for sautéing
- Cook pasta according to box directions and set aside. Half way through cooking the pasta, add the broccoli florets and stems. Allow to cook until lightly softened and the broccoli is bright green. Drain and set aside. Meanwhile, prepare the gravy mix according to the packet instructions and also set aside.
- Season the steak strips with salt and pepper, and then in a fry pan, sear on both sides. Remove steak and set aside.
- Add mushrooms and butter to the pan and lightly salt. Sauté mushrooms so they become golden and all the liquid is drawn out and evaporated.
- Add the steak back to the mushrooms along with the prepared gravy. Bring to a simmer.
- Add the cream and incorporate well.
- Add the broccoli and pasta and bring back to a simmer until all ingredients are heated through.