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Old 01-09-2010, 04:53 PM   #1
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STEAKUMMS

hey..how do you guys make your STEAKUMMS??

I just got some. Im assuming add onion and melt cheese??

Any other creative ideas would be appreciated.

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Old 01-09-2010, 05:06 PM   #2
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I eat them with my eggs in the morning or I also saute some green pepper and mushrooms then melt provolone or mozz on it as a cheese steak. I love me some Steakumms!
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yummm. I think Ive got my morning meal now. Steakumms with eggggggg

YUmmMMM
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I use them for LC tacos (cheese shell)
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oh man...i tried some once and they were SO greasy! i couldn't do it!
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I either eat them like a cheese steak salad (lettuce, cheese, peppers) or I do "roll ups" - cheese, a drizzle of mustard and then roll them up - it!
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never had em.
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What is a steakumm???
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steakumms with a szechuan soy sauce spicy....with some peppers and some sesame seeds....just like panda express
KINDA....lolol imagination helps here
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oh man...i tried some once and they were SO greasy! i couldn't do it!
yeah, that's why you use paper towels to drain the grease.

i add mozz. cheese.
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Haven't heard of them for years. If I remember right they are a thin sheet of beef that you use for sandwiches like steak and cheese.
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Old 01-10-2010, 05:34 AM   #13
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Thanx for the responses.

Mayleesa...thats VERY inventive.

Why not put a soy sauce mixture on it?? sounds YUMMMMMMMM to me. (I mean STEAKUMMMM) .
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I used to eat a good number of those when I was a kid, but they seemed to get both more expensive and smaller. Rather annoying as they were quite good.
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I make roulades with them - kinda like a manicotti or lasagna rollup.

Cook the steaks flat, drain on paper towels. Once cooled, spread with ricotta mixture (egg, ricotta, parm, seasoning). I add a few leaves of raw spinach on top, and roll up. Place them in a baking dish, add some marinara sauce, and bake. They are yummy! You won't miss the noodles.
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I make roulades with them - kinda like a manicotti or lasagna rollup.

Cook the steaks flat, drain on paper towels. Once cooled, spread with ricotta mixture (egg, ricotta, parm, seasoning). I add a few leaves of raw spinach on top, and roll up. Place them in a baking dish, add some marinara sauce, and bake. They are yummy! You won't miss the noodles.
that sounds delicious!!
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THe "steak Um" type meat they sell in Wallmarts are much better they are not in the thin sheets they look like a formed steak and you chop them as they are cooking
That is the type I used in my resturaunt for phillys
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I make roulades with them - kinda like a manicotti or lasagna rollup.

Cook the steaks flat, drain on paper towels. Once cooled, spread with ricotta mixture (egg, ricotta, parm, seasoning). I add a few leaves of raw spinach on top, and roll up. Place them in a baking dish, add some marinara sauce, and bake. They are yummy! You won't miss the noodles.
i do with deli roast beef cut a bit thicker, it is AWESOME!!
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Old 01-10-2010, 05:56 PM   #19
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Every time I see a steak-umms thread I wonder, "Why not just use real steak, cut thinly?" I'm thawing a rib-eye as I type this.
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I use to eat them in a rev roll with cheese and SF ketchup...reminded me of a philly steak sandwich. I haven't had these in forever.
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I fry up onions & mushrooms to the meat and then melt american cheese over it - eat in a bowl
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Old 01-11-2010, 05:33 AM   #22
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(I found this recipe on the website www.steakummm.com)

Lo-Carb Steak-umm Roll-ups

(submitted by Laura in Phoenix, AZ)

Number of Servings: 4

Ingredients:

• 1 box 7ct. Steak-umm Sliced Steaks
• 1 tub/bar of softened cream cheese
• 3-4 finely chopped green onions
• Pinch of salt & pepper
• Optional: spinach, chives, parsley, basil*

Instructions:

1) Cook the Steak-umm's in a non-stick pan, browning ONE SIDE ONLY. Move to paper towels (browned side facing up).

2) Mix chopped green onions into cream cheese; add salt & pepper if desired.

3) After slightly cooled, place 2 Tablespoons of cream cheese/green onion mixture onto the cooked side of steak slice.

4) Roll up (pink, uncooked side facing OUT) and place in refrigerator for 10-20 minutes to firm up.

You can secure with Toothpicks, but chilling them usually makes them stay "rolled up" while cooking.

5) Place rollups into a heated non-stick pan for approximately 2 minutes, turning them until brown on all sides.

Serve Immediately.

*Can substitute chives, parsley or basil for the green onion. Spinach can be eaten as a side or roll up with the cream cheese mixture.
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Old 01-11-2010, 05:38 AM   #23
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Oh, the ingredients for this product is:

BEEF.


(Not a frankenfood!)
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Old 01-11-2010, 11:09 AM   #24
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i do with deli roast beef cut a bit thicker, it is AWESOME!!

That sounds great..I have used the Steak' Ums and we love them, but this sounds great, too.
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THe "steak Um" type meat they sell in Wallmarts are much better they are not in the thin sheets they look like a formed steak and you chop them as they are cooking
That is the type I used in my resturaunt for phillys
I LOVE the Walmart brand... I just drain on paper towel and add some Franks Red Hot sauce...YUM!
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I just cooked soem (from the freezer to the frying pan) and two of them semed to stick together so IM not sure I cooked them thoroughly. I didnt know there twere TWO there (Looked like one). OOPSsseee.

Then Ir ealzied I had two so I cooked it a little longer. I didnt drain them on paper towel. I realize now they wouldve been far less greasy.duhhH!

Overall .pretty GOOD taste. I added friedn radish and green pepper and a bit of onion..then melted a piece of swiss on top and horseradish. Pretty goooood.
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Creamy Steakumm Stir Fry

I was low on ingredients today and needed to make an easy diinner. I had Steakumms so after searching out some recipes for ideas, I put this together. I used the stir fry sauce recipe from Linda's Low Carb but altered it by doubling it, leaving out the vinegar and oil and adding cream cheese.

I was surprised that it turned out to be really good so I thought I'd share the recipe. It's very different. I can't wait to have it again.


Creamy Steakumm Stir Fry

1 pkg steak umm
1 16 oz pkg frozen stir fry vegetables
4 tsp low carb ketchup
4 tsp soy sauce
2 tsp Splenda
1/4-1/2 tsp Thai red curry paste
3 oz cream cheese

Put vegetables in a steamer to steam.

Cook steakumm on large frying pan on medium-high heat, breaking up the pieces.

After Steakumm is cooked, push it to one side of the pan and add the rest of the ingredients to the empty part of the pan. Break up the cream cheese and as it melts, mix it into the other ingredients and the oil in the pan.. It will take a few minutes.

Once the sauce is mixed, mix the Steakumm pieces into the sauce and then add the cooked vegetables. Stir until well mixed. Serve.
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That sounds good, Shar! I'm going to give it a try soon.
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Old 08-08-2013, 12:29 AM   #29
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with onions and bell pepper strips for me & with mushrooms and bell peppers for my husband... topped with smoked provolone or smoked gouda or Havarti cheese! With ranch! Salad style or on a psyllium husk powder bun.
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I couldn't figure out a way to edit my post but I forgot to mention that I used a 12 oz package of Steakummm and it was an off brand that I got at Save-a-Lot.
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