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What’s not to love about an easy bake casserole that bubbles inside with a prime selection of meats? Not for the faint of heart, this recipe has everything that pleases, in one cheesy dish!
This recipe shows you the best way to bake your steak. It serves 6, so I doubt you’ll have much left of this dish… Unless you decide to make two, which is a good idea, anyway! Dig in and enjoy the hearty elements of a casserole masterpiece.
It’s easy to slip in some of your favorite vegetables to make this dish a bit lighter. My favorite additions are broccoli and cauliflower, my husband loved this with tomato slices! This makes such a nice meal you may not even need a side dish – but if you do want one, try pairing it with a fresh and light salad. Or perhaps some steamed veggies, if you decide not to add them to the bake itself.
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes
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Quick tip: Use low-fat cheese and omit the bacon to make this bake leaner.