Jenny Pennington Recipe

New Year's Steak n Eggs Casserole

By Jenny Pennington angelface9881


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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! =)

Ingredients

STEAK MIXTURE
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
EGG MIXTURE
6 large
eggs
1 c
milk
1 tsp
smoked paprika
1/2 tsp
italian seasoning
OTHER LAYERS OF THE CASSEROLE
1 can(s)
refrigerated crescent rolls
1/4 pkg
velveeta cheese, cubed
1/2 c
mozzarella cheese, shredded

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees
2
melt the butter in a skillet with the onions, mushrooms, steak rub, beef base, Worcestershire, and cubed steak
3
cook the steak until it is done as much as you like it, then remove from the heat
4
Use a fork and beat together the eggs, milk, smoked paprika, and Italian seasoning in a mixing bowl
5
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.
6
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
7
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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Ramona Ham Mona9
Feb 6, 2014
This sounds scrumptious! Will definitely add ingredients to my shopping list. ~Thanks Jenny~
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Sharon Thompson Dangy62
Jan 22, 2014
Just made this. I did not have some of the exact ingredients but the concept was easy so I fudged on a few. This dish tastes great. I want to make it again exactly as Jenny does. Perfect for this unusualy cold Florida January night.
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