This fool-proof cooking method works best for very thick steaks -- at least two inches thick. While this kind of cut means you'll have more steak than the two of you can probably eat in one dinner, the leftover meat is delicious used in any of the following dishes.
Beef stroganoff doesn't get any easier than this recipe, which uses leftover steak for a delicious, elegant entree. It also includes directions if you're starting with raw meat. Either way, it's a winner!
Garlic chips and oyster sauce flavor this easy yet unusual dish. While you can add chicken, pork or shrimp to it for a great entree, my absolute favorite is beef, especially tender steak slices.
Creamy horseradish sauce lifts these updated French dip sandwiches to new culinary heights. Heating leftover steak slices in warm but not boiling jus warms them gently so they stay tender, and you can use the extra jus for dipping the sandwiches, if you like.