Ingredients

How to make it

  • 1. Cook the pasta in the usual way.
  • 2. Lightly flame the Sirloin. I did this over a bit of charcoal on a small Hibachi sorta thing but broiling may work. Let cool and cube.
  • 3. Put the broccoli in an appropriate size, microwave proof, bowl. You want some room to stir this but not too much.
  • 4. Add the butter & olive oil and stir.
  • 5. Nuke for 1 to 1 ½ minutes. Here in Samoa we have 240V electricity and microwaves work very well. You folks who use 120V may have to adjust.
  • 6. Add everything but the Sirloin, Sour Cream, mayo & cheese & stir.
  • 7. Nuke for 1 ½ - 2 minutes & stir.
  • 8. Everything should be piping hot, but not overcooked.
  • 9. Add the mayo, Sour cream & steak and stir.
  • 10. If it’s a little cool, nuke for a few seconds.
  • 11. Stir & sprinkle on the cheese.
  • A nice tossed green salad is a good idea.
  • Sorry about all the guess work with the microwave times but they just do not all work the same. You know your nuke furnace. The finished dish should be nice and hot but not overcooked. The broccoli should be a bit crunchy. See Photo
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  • 22566 2 years ago
    Come,come... RJ
    9mm,or,Desert Eagle?
    The question is...do you know how to use it?
    Sounds like you have great voltage in Samoa,and that perhaps your dinner will be done rather quickly
    ~but~
    Did you know that a lighting bolt contains one billion volts and has between ten thousand to two hundred thousand amperes of current,and that the average flash would light a one hundred watt lightbulb for three months...now that's energy!
    I like my steaks rare,almost raw,if the blood is'nt moving around on the plate,then you left your hibachi,or grill unattended and you just wasted a perfectly good sirloin.There is an art in making an excellent steak,very few know the precise steps.It takes practice to hit the target,but once you get it,you won't forget it.
    Oh,and the rest of the dish...it will do.
    Thank-you
    Kind Regards
    Joyce
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