Grilled Steak Alfredo – YUMMY!

In an effort to clean out my pantry which seems to be completely overloaded in every area, I have been trying to create my own versions of meals that sound appealing to me. I made a delicious Grilled Steak Alfredo this week.

Grilled Steak Alfredo

Y’all know I love me some chicken alfredo, but I am out of chicken—ACK! I know, right? I never run out of chicken! But I refuse to buy anything else until we eat up what we have :)

That is how this meal came to be! I had some stir fry steak pieces I had purchased from the butcher, which happened to be on sale for $3.59, a box of pasta noodles that I purchased on the markdown shelf for .29, and a delicious and easy alfredo sauce burning in my mind. So I decided to create the perfect pasta dish!

If you remember, back in November I shared a recipe for making your own homemade alfredo sauce. It tastes deelish on this steak pasta!

Here is the recipe friends :)

Grilled Steak Alfredo~YUMMY!
  • 1 package of stir fry beef strips from the butcher
  • 1 box of penne pasta
  • McCormick Montreal steak seasoning
  • 1 clove of garlic sliced thin
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • ½ cup of butter
  • ¾ cup grated parmesean cheese
  • 1 cup of heavy cream
  • Shredded 5 cheese Italian cheese (optional) for garnish
  1. Marinate your steak strips with 2 tablespoons of the steak seasoning, the clove of sliced garlic, and the olive oil. Place all in a bag in the refrigerator for a couple of hours.
  2. When you are ready to begin cooking your steak, get out your grill pan and grill a few pieces at a time. Don't overcrowd the pan or steaming will occur instead of grilling. When the meat is done to your satisfaction, remove from the pan and set it aside to rest.
  3. While the meat is cooking, make your alfredo sauce using the butter, parmesean cheese, and heavy cream. In a medium sauce pan, add cream and butter together. Heat until it is all melted. Add Parmesan cheese and continue to stir until sauce just starts to thicken.
  4. When the noodles have finished cooking, drain almost all the water from the pan, leaving about a ¼ of the cup in the bottom. This will allow your sauce to stick to the noodles :)
  5. Slice the steak into little chunks and throw in the pan with the noodles. Pour the alfredo sauce over the noodles and steak and mix together to combine.
  6. Serve with garlic bread and a salad for a complete meal!

What is your favorite pasta dish?

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  1. says

    yummmm, that sounds and looks like my kind of food!
    thanks for sharing your recipe!

    …and many thanks for linking your post to Food Friday!
    enjoy your weekend! :)

  2. says

    I’m doing the same thing, I’m trying to use up things that I have. I seem to have accumulated so many things in my cupboards and freezer! I’m just the opposite, I have a TON of chicken! I love this with steak pieces though, it looks great, thanks!

  3. Eschelle says

    MMmm sounds great to me!! I did a “hunters dinner” yesterday using some left over ham in a “fried rice” kinda thing!

  4. says

    I have never thought to make steak alfredo before but it looks absolutely delicious. I have got to give that a try. I’ve never made my own alfredo sauce so thank you for sharing your recipe!

  5. cheerful says

    looks really great and sounds so delicious…we love alfredo sauce in our pasta so i bet we will love this recipe of yours, thanks for sharing! visiting late from FTF and FF, have a great week. :)

  6. Miz Helen says

    Hi Jennifer,
    I just love the idea of your Grilled Steak Alfredo. It looks delicious and just full of flavor. This is a great recipe! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope you will come back again real soon. Have a great week!
    Miz Helen

  7. CJM says

    Any type of tender beef and Alfredo Sauce goes great together…add some green beans instead of potatoes for a more carb friendly dinner.

    • Jennifer Sikora says

      It could have something to do with the kind of cheese you use? It usually comes together just fine for me.

      • Cindi says

        I talked to my friend about it and she said the heat could havebeen too,high and that made the cheese seize instead of melt and I have to agree with her, it was very delicious inspite of that!

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