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There are many recipes out there that are known for their comforting character and gut-warming essence. Green pepper steak is one of them. Tender, juicy steak smothered in green peppers and onions laying atop a bed of white rice? Yes, please!
This type of food takes me back to my childhood on my grandmother’s farm. She would always cook things like cabbage rolls, green peppers and steak, and pierogies. It must be the German is our family, because these meals were staples at the dinner table. This is a great dish to whip up on a midweek day for a little tummy tender loving care.
Recipe courtesy of Cooks.com.
Quick Tip: Using leftover steak from a previous meal will work great when cooking up this dish.