A Meal For Two, Creamed Shaved Steak With Potatoes


This is one of my made up recipes from a couple of weeks ago that turned out very well.

Here are the recipe ingredients:
8 ounces cooked shaved steak, make sure to brown well
Oil for browning shaved steak
2 medium potatoes, sliced and cooked
4 green onions, chopped
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon teriyaki sauce or soy sauce
Water from cooked potatoes (1 /2 cup)
3/4 cup half n half or evaporated milk plus water
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
Add black pepper to your taste

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  1. Miss Phyllis, I could listen to you for hours. I love your videos. Please say the t sauce any way you want. I can’t believe people complain about how you speak. You are southern and very charming. Gods Blessings. Linda

  2. Just so you know it's said Teriyaki= Terry yah key. The a is a long sound.

    This looks like an amazing recipe! I love Cream Chopped Beef but the jarred beef is so salty and rinsing it does little to remove salt. This looks like a good alternative!

  3. Zyum, yum. Yes, I would def add lots of black pepper. And butter them green beans ( or cook in bacon fat).

  4. I was beginning to go through with drawls Miss Phyllis because I love your videos and I like to watch them before I go to bed so soothing, have you ever had chocolate zucchini cake? I have an old recipe from my grandmother if you would like I can send it to you? Do you ever make jam like freezer jam or Jim made with jars that you put in your cupboard?
    Look forward to the next video hopefully tomorrow LOL we love you guys, say hey Mr. Bucky

  5. I can't wait to try this. And I wanted to tell you I've made the half pies several times now with different fillings. My husband's favorite was filled like a chicken pot pie, and my daughter's favorite was like a cheeseburger pie. We love them!

  6. OMGosh… that looks so darn good! All of your cooking looks so tasty! Thank you for sharing yet another amazing recipe.

  7. Hi Ms Phyllis! What a great idea for dinner! I had some left-over garlic mashed potatoes so I changed up things just a bit by making the creamed shaved beef but adding some sauted mushrooms and serving over the mashed potatoes. Had some fried apples with cheddar cheese, green peas & some Texas toast to go along with. It was one of those "use all the left-overs" nights! Thanks to your introduction of the shaved beef, it came together very well. Thanks for another video Ms Phyllis! I'm sure Mr Bucky was more than ready for a good dinner after all the yard work & mulching!!

  8. love your videos !! im always so happy when I see theres a new one!!   looking forward to more by the way love your pie videos they are great!

  9. Looks delicious!
    Have a wonderful week ahead, hope that you and Mr. Bucky don't overwork yourselves !!
    Thanks for sharing another wonderful, quick recipe. I love the flavor of Teriyaki sauce, so much more so than plain Soy sauce, and definitely much more so than Worcestershire sauce!! Xoxo ❤


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