The marinade, the prep work, and the time spent cooking are worthwhile when one meal stretches to two. Take last night's leftover steak and make it an entirely new meal today. These leftover steak recipes will have your mouth watering all over again.
Make an Irresistible Philly Cheesesteak
A classic and a fun dinner option, Philly cheesesteak sandwiches make a true crowd pleaser. These sandwiches come together in no time since you already have the leftover steak pieces. A few baguettes and a medley of peppers and onions are all it takes to get this savory meal on the table.
Make a Savory & Spicy Ramen
Ready in under 15 minutes, you'll pack some serious flavor with this zesty ramen recipe. Leftover steak gives this spicy ramen variation a filling aspect and complements additional toppings like mushrooms and broccoli.
Pack Some Protein in Your Alfredo
Classic Alfredo is a favorite weeknight dinner option. Add a little twist to the classic by replacing your standard chicken with mouthwatering leftover steak.
- 8 ounces fettuccini pasta, cooked according to package directions
- 2 tablespoons salted butter
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- 1½ cups heavy cream
- ½ teaspoon black pepper
- ⅛ teaspoon nutmeg
- 8 ounces Parmesan cheese, shaved or shredded
- 2-6 ounces leftover steak, sliced into strips and reheated
- Start by boiling your fettuccini, or pasta of choice, until al dente. Drain and set aside.
- Add butter and garlic to a large saucepan over medium to high heat. Cook until garlic is fragrant.
- Reduce heat and stir in heavy cream, nutmeg, and pepper.
- Bring to a simmer and add cheese in small handfuls, making sure each handful is mixed in before adding another.
- Let your sauce simmer until slightly thickened. Add more cream if you want a thinner sauce or let it simmer longer for a thicker sauce.
- Add your fettuccine to the saucepan and toss until covered in your Alfredo mixture.
- Serve pasta in bowls and top with a generous helping of steak.
Serve this decadent pasta with a side salad or an addition of broccoli on top.
Have a Low-Carb Night With Beef & Broccoli
Homemade beef and broccoli ready when you walk in the door? Yes, please! This recipe is low carb, makes use of your leftover steak, and cooks in the crockpot for an effortless weeknight meal. Keep the dish low carb with cauliflower rice or steam your favorite rice to make this a true comfort meal.
Get Excited for Breakfast With Steak Hash
Breakfast is the most exciting meal of the day when steak is on the menu. A simple steak hash covers all of your important meal elements for a protein-packed start to your day. This mouthwatering meal might be the best excuse to serve breakfast for dinner.
Customize Your Meal With Steak Burrito Bowls
This burrito bowl dish is a quick lunch or dinner option that lets everyone choose their own toppings for a truly customized meal.
- Steamed or fried rice
- Leftover steak, cubed
- Black beans
- Sauteed peppers and onions
- Queso fresco
- Pico de gallo
- Guacamole or fresh avocado slices
- Sour cream
- Fresh cilantro
- Start by filling your bowl with rice and adding your steak cubes on top.
- Add the ingredients you want to keep warm, like beans, cheese, and peppers next.
- Top with your fresh or chilled ingredients.
- Sprinkle a handful of fresh cilantro on top and enjoy!
Remember, this recipe is all about customization, so make the bowl that appeals to you. Add other ingredients you enjoy like grilled corn, Verde sauce, or warm queso.
Create a Comfort Meal With Creamy Steak & Rice
For a chilly autumn night or a quick comfort meal, creamy steak and rice really hit the spot. Hearty and packed with rich and creamy goodness, this recipe will have you planning for more leftover steak soon.
Get Creative With Steak & Mushroom Egg Rolls
Hop on the egg roll flavor ride with a five-ingredient dinner recipe that's better than your favorite takeout. Steak and mushroom egg rolls are packed with protein, have tons have interesting textures, and create the perfect vessel for your favorite dipping sauce.
Prep Breakfast Ahead of Time With Steak Burritos
Breakfast burritos are your ticket to easy mornings. Prep your breakfast for the week with a few simple ingredients and have a filling meal before you run out the door without dirtying a single dish.
- Large flour tortillas
- Leftover steak, sliced
- Scrambled eggs
- Monterey cheese, shredded
- Sliced jalapenos
- Tomato, diced
- Lay flour tortillas flat and start layering ingredients in the center of the tortilla, careful not to overfill.
- Add eggs and steak first, followed by shredded cheese.
- Toss in jalapenos and tomatoes or any other toppings you like.
- Use the side of the tortilla closest to you to pull the ingredients in tightly.
- Fold the sides inward and roll the burrito closed.
- Wrap each burrito in aluminum foil or parchment paper and store in a freezer-safe bag for up to six months.
- Heat in a 375°F oven wrapped in foil for 12-15 minutes or 15-20 minutes if frozen.
Get Fancy With Steak Crostini
For a fun dinner party or just an exciting addition to your standard weeknight meal, steak crostini looks gourmet but requires little effort on your part. Whip up steak and burrata crostini appetizers to tempt tastebuds before the main course and enjoy them alongside your favorite wine.
Make the Easiest Mongolian Beef
With all that leftover steak, you're already halfway through an easy Mongolian beef recipe. Replicate your favorite Chinese dish with homemade Mongolian beef alongside a serving of steamed veggies and rice.
Cozy Up With Steak Pot Pie
A buttery, flakey crust and a warm filling make for the perfect pot pie. Amp up the cozy vibes with leftover steak and savory mushrooms to create an impossibly easy steak pot pie. Make mini versions so everyone gets their own serving, or throw it all into one dish for a family-style meal with all comfort food elements. A side of roasted veggies or mashed potatoes completes this cozy dinner.
Enjoy Rich & Savory Steak Stew
The ultimate comfort food to warm up the coldest winter, this steak stew couldn't be easier. Freeze all your ingredients so you can make this cozy recipe fresh when the next cold weather spell moves in. With a baguette on the side, you'll be warm and full for the rest of the night.
Whip Up a Quick Meal With Steak Fajitas
This might be the easiest dinner ever. Fajitas with leftover steak taste like a gourmet labor of love but take very little time to prepare.
- Fajita-sized tortillas
- 2 tablespoons olive oil or avocado oil
- 1 sweet onion, chopped
- 1 green bell pepper, chopped
- 1 red bell pepper, chopped
- Leftover steak, sliced
- Warm your tortillas if you like and set aside.
- Add olive or avocado oil to a large pan or griddle over medium to high heat.
- Toss your onions and peppers in and give them a stir to coat in the oil. Sautee until peppers are tender and onions are almost translucent.
- Add your steak slices to the mix during the final minutes of cooking, careful to lightly sear and not overcook.
- Serve with your tortillas, guacamole salad, and lime wedges.
Refresh With a Thai Steak Salad
There's no cooking involved in this spicy summer recipe. Bring this tangy Thai steak salad to the table to impress your dinner party guests or surprise your family with an unexpected twist on leftover steak.
Grab a Bowl of Steak Chili
What's better than chili and cornbread? Subbing or supplementing the ground beef with succulent steak! Easy steak chili warms your weeknights and offers a hearty twist on a classic.
Serve Steak Marinara Subs
Steak marinara subs are the ultimate upgrade to a lunch break classic. A sandwich stuffed with sweet marinara, melty cheese, and savory steak will have you craving leftovers for lunch.
- Hoagie roll, sliced
- ¼ cup marinara sauce
- Leftover steak, sliced
- 2-3 provolone cheese slices
- Preheat the oven to 250°F.
- Place your open hoagie roll on a sheet pan.
- Spread a couple of tablespoons of the marinara on both sides of the bread, reserving the rest.
- Layer on your steak on generously.
- Add slices of cheese and drizzle a bit more marinara sauce on top.
- Bake until the cheese melts and the bread toasts to your preference.
- Serve with the rest of your marinara sauce for dipping.
Spice Things Up With Steak Curry
If you need to spice up your dinner meal plan, make sure you have a flavor-packed idea at the ready for your leftover steak. Thai coconut curry with steak is ready in under half an hour, and your family will love the complex flavor profile. Serve over rice for a warm and hearty dinner.
Go Traditional With Beef Stroganoff
A comfort meal and simple weeknight dinner all in one, beef stroganoff is a beloved classic for a reason. Swap traditional beef roast or stew beef for sliced steak to add a bit of flair to this family favorite.
Make Crowd-Pleasing Quesadillas
Quesadillas are an easy way to feed a large group, and even kids love the fun way this dish is served. Make steak quesadillas with all the toppings like sour cream, salsa, and guacamole for a fun dinner that's easy to prep.
Throw Everything Together in a Casserole
When you need a quick one-dish meal that's filling, look no further than the classic casserole. A steak and potato french onion casserole makes use of all your leftovers and might stretch those leftovers into a third day. Throw this recipe together on a busy weeknight or save it for a cozy Sunday afternoon.
Savor Your Steak a Little Longer
You love when steak night rolls around, and now you'll love leftover night even more. These recipes stretch your extra servings and feed you or your family one or two more times before the succulent steak is gone. Add your favorite leftover steak meal to your recipe circulation on the day following your grill night for two dishes packed with flavor.