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My family and I love to have this meal with some steamed green vegetables and crescent rolls.It’s perfect for the kids to have the night before an athletic event so they have plenty of carbs and protein going into the next day!

Happy #BeefMonth (check out what we’re talking about on twitter with the hashtag, #beefmonth!)

CommonGround Nebraska volunteer Dawn Caldwell's Hot Beef Sundaes

Hot Beef Sundaes
Ingredients
1 lb. 1” Sirloin Cubes or Stew Chunks
2 packets of Brown Gravy Mix (our family of four uses 2 packets)
Russet Potatoes (enough for each family member to have a heaping serving)
Sour Cream
Grated Cheese
Cherry tomatoes

Directions

  1. Start with boiling the potatoes so they are ready when the meat gets done. While the potatoes are cooking, heat a very small amount of vegetable oil in a skillet to brown the meat. Turn the meat pieces several times while cooking to brown all sides and be sure meat is cooked completely through.
  2. Once meat is cooked thoroughly (but not over-cooked, as you want it to be tender) mix up the gravy packets and pour the gravy in with the meat to thicken.
  3. While the meat and gravy are simmering, mash the potatoes with your family’s desired amount of butter and milk.
  4. To serve, start with a nice pile of mashed potatoes. Drench with meat and gravy. Add grated cheese, a dollup of sour cream, and top with a cherry tomato.

We love to have this meal with some steamed green vegetables and crescent rolls. It is a perfect meal for the kids to have the night before an athletic event so they have plenty of carbs and protein going into the next day!





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