This is a sponsored post by Mirum. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I can’t believe it’s already Fall. When fall arrives it seems the last few months of the year just jet by. From back to school and the beginning of holiday planning, working, taking care of our homes, raising kids, etc. we are all busy with our time and sometimes there is barely enough time to slow down and enjoy it all. With everything going on dinner doesn’t have to be complicated or fast food.
We recently started our first recreational sport with the boys and that means this momma is staying busy. From working part-time at their school, being a mom, blogger, and a wife cooking is the last thing I want to spend a lot of time on in the kitchen. Thankfully I can still prepare dinner and sit down with the family in a little over thirty minutes, sometimes less. With Knorr Selects you can create easy recipes full of delicious flavors, real ingredients, and real taste that are gluten-free.
Luckily, for us, we live in a small town with only one grocery store and that is Food Lion. I shop at Food Lion frequently and came across Knorr Selects on the rice aisle and wanted to try them. I chose the Knorr Selects White Cheddar Broccoli Rice to create this dish of Philly Steak & Peppers. I was in a hurry because the boys had a game that evening, so after school, we rushed home so that I could start dinner and have it ready when we got home. I was really amazed at how quick this dish came together.
First I chopped up my sirloin steak, sprinkling with salt and pepper and drizzled olive oil into my frying pan. Once my pan was heated I added the meat. While the meat was browning I went ahead and chopped my red pepper and red onion up. Once the meat was browned I removed from pan and placed in a separate dish, and added my red peppers and onions to the frying pan for about 5 minutes. When the peppers and onions were ready I placed them in the same dish as the meat. Then I took some warm water and a cup of milk placed in the same frying pan, added Knorr Selects White Cheddar Broccoli Rice packet and brought to a boil. Once it started to boil, I turned the temperature to low/medium heat to simmer for about 10 minutes. After the 10 minutes was up I added my meat, peppers, and onions, mixed it all together creating a dish that was savory.
Of course, I couldn’t wait until I got back from the boys game to try it out. The flavors all came together nicely and tasted just like a Philly steak. When we got home the boys went back for seconds. My only recommendation would be to double the recipe.
Stop by your local Food Lion and pick up Knorr Selects because I know you can #DoMoreWithKnorr. We would love for you to share with us how you use Knorr Selects with your weeknight dinners.