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Shut Up and Mangia!, Issue #064 - Italian-Style Pepper Steak
April 06, 2014

A tavola non si invecchia. - Italian proverb. (At the table with good friends and family you do not become old.)

These tender filets are topped with sweet bell peppers and caramelized onions. This is a great weekend dish. Serve with a side of Parmesan risotto and you're all set. Enjoy! Mangia Italiano!

Italian-Style Pepper Steak

Pepper steak has been around along time. It tastes great and is simple to make. We’ll just add some garlic, oregano and fresh plum tomatoes and Italianize it a little bit.

You could use fillet Mignon or sirloin for this dish though I prefer the tenderloin. The sweet flavors of the peppers and the tenderness of the steak will melt in your mouth like butter..... Read More

Eat Like An Italian

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