Cubed Sauteed Flat-Iron Steak with Garlic Alfredo Florentine Angel Hair Pasta

Posted: May 21, 2013 in Food
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I love cooking flat-iron steaks because they are much cheaper than filet mignon, but they are almost as tender. It is the most tender steak outside of filet. Tonight, I decided against grilling do to the Texas heat, and cubed the flat-iron steak sauteing it in about 15 cloves of garlic, one onion, and some Cajun seasoning. I then sautéed the spinach with garlic, and cooked the angel hair pasta, and mixed it all together with alfredo sauce in my big pasta bowl.

It would have made the greatest Italian happy! Hey, it will make anyone happy.

Here is the LOVELY dish.

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