New Year's Steak n Eggs Casserole

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2 large chuck steaks, cubed
1/2 stick margarine or butter (optional)
1 can(s) mushroom pieces
1 small onion
1 Tbsp beef bouillon, jarred
1 tsp steak rub seasoning
1/8 c worcestershire sauce
6 large eggs
1 c milk
1 tsp smoked paprika
1/2 tsp italian seasoning
1 can(s) refrigerated crescent rolls
1/4 pkg velveeta cheese, cubed
1/2 c mozzarella cheese, shredded

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Jenny Pennington Recipe
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Colorado Springs, CO (pop. 416,427)
Member Since Nov 2011
Jenny's notes for this recipe:
My family has always had the tradition to eat steak and eggs for brunch on New Year's Day. I have decided that, with a family of 6 and having extra people here all the time, buying steak for everyone was too expensive. I bought some cheap steak and decided to put together a casserole! I hope you all enjoy it as much as my family and friends all did! =)
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Preheat the oven to 375 degrees
melt the butter in a skillet with the onions, mushrooms, steak rub, beef base, Worcestershire, and cubed steak
cook the steak until it is done as much as you like it, then remove from the heat
Use a fork and beat together the eggs, milk, smoked paprika, and Italian seasoning in a mixing bowl
Begin constructing the casserole by laying the crescent roll dough over the bottom of the baking dish. I use the big Pyrex baking dishes and the butter flavored crescents.
pour the steak mixture on top of the crescent dough
arrange the Velveeta cubes on the warm steak mixture
pour the egg mixture over the steak and Velveeta
cover with the shredded mozzarella
Bake at 375 degrees for 20-30 minutes
Let stand for about 10 minutes before serving, or the cheese will melt all over the place and the meat juices will be EVERYWHERE! It's still going to be messy, just not as much if you let it stand first. =)

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user Jenny Pennington angelface9881 - Jan 2, 2013
This is another one of those recipes that you can substitute pretty anything in it! I always like to use the jarred beef base, but bouillon cubes in water work just as well. Also, I used a steak rub my friend bought at the Bargain Mart; you can substitute any seasonings you like on your steak. If you want to use the reduced fat crescents or lactose free milk, you totally can. I am lactose intolerant and I use the mozzarella and Velveeta because of their small amounts of lactose, but you can use whatever cheese you like! =) Have fun with it and I hope you all enjoy!
user Tammy Todd ttodd4jesus - Jan 2, 2013
YUM!! I could eat this about now! :D Thanks for sharing it!
user Jenny Pennington angelface9881 - Jan 19, 2013
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