Sirloin steak teams up with other ingredients to make delicious skillet dinners, kabobs, sandwiches, and casseroles. You'll find these dishes and much more in this sirloin steak recipe collection.See Popular Sirloin Steak Recipes
Looking for a steak dinner that will knock the socks right off of your dinner guests? For a sophisticated take on how to cook sirloin steak, look to the subtle hints of fresh herbs and spices to enhance the meat's natural flavors, rather than overpower it.
Gorgonzola cheese is an elegant topping for this hearty and unique steak dinner lovely enough to serve for company.
What's the secret? It's the ginger-soy sauce marinade that turns grilled sandwiches into great beef sandwiches.
Try this Southwestern beef steak and pasta supper recipe from Betty Crocker.
You could eat this as a main dish or leave out the rice and serve the beef sticks and barbecue sauce as an appetizer for a party.
This simple but sophisticated stew features tender beef and vegetables simmered in a delectable sauce - and it's fork tender and delicious in less than 45 minutes.
Sirloin steak is sauteed until just done, then simmered with a mixture of onions and mushrooms and a creamy Dijon-mushroom sauce made with Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup.
Steak, mushrooms, and sour cream are brought together in perfect harmony to create this beef stroganoff recipe, which is served over hot noodles.
Frozen cut green beans and jarred beef gravy impart down-home flavor to a satisfying meat-and-potato stew.
Served over hot noodles, this mouthwatering dish features tender beef, carrots and mushrooms that simmer in a flavorful mixture of beef stock and red wine.
Even the kids will eat their spinach when it's tucked into this delicious dish with sliced steak and a creamy sauce.
A golden whole wheat pastry tops the savory beef and parsnip filling. Cut the leftover scraps of dough into shapes to decorate the pie.
Here's a wonderful recipe for grilled beef steak - the secret to the steak's great flavor is basting it with picante sauce.
Sirloin steak strips are tossed in a flavorful mixture of Pace® Picante Sauce, lemon juice, oil and garlic, woven onto skewers and grilled with a generous basting of the picante sauce mixture.
Brushing on pesto adds major flavor to these tender sirloin skewers. Serve them over pasta for a quick dinner.
Marinating sirloin in an Italian balsamic vinegar mixture results in tasty and tender strips of beef.
Stir-fried beef, broccoli and onion in a spicy sauce is ladled over flaky puff pastry pinwheels to make this simply elegant entree.