Whether you’re team steak or team pasta, these steak pasta recipes will ensure everyone has something to indulge in. The flavor and texture of the two ingredients work exceptionally well together to produce irresistible dishes. They also enhance the flavors of other ingredients, making it easy to adapt the dish to a variety of cuisines.
If you’ve managed to find your favorite cut of steak and have a pack of pasta chilling in your pantry, it’s time to get your creative juices flowing. Try these steak pasta recipes to make new, never-tried-before meals from scratch!
This recipe creates an appetizing meal in under an hour. It features steak cooked with balsamic until it gets a crispy crust and is then placed on top of creamy pasta with spinach. You can serve it topped with creamy gorgonzola and parsley with some extra balsamic glaze drizzle if you wish. It’s adaptable, so you can also swap out ingredients to make it gluten-free and dairy-free.
Make this traditional dish by combining creamy pasta with earthy mushrooms. Yum! It calls for caramelizing the onions and mushrooms before tossing them with a finger-lickin’ sauce made from cream of mushroom soup, stock, sour cream, and a healthy dose of spices. You can also easily adapt the spices used to make it just right for you.
This creamy, tasty, and filling pasta steak recipe gets done in under 20 minutes and is an easy crowd-pleaser. Cook tender strips of beef with mushrooms, onion, cream, and heat-packed peppercorns. You can use other spices, veggies, and meat cuts as well. Garnish with parsley and serve!
Creamy pasta, tender meat, heavy cream, mozzarella, spices, and aromatics come together to offer the most delightful of textures and flavors. This rich, creamy pasta will become a staple in your house! You can serve it garnished with parsley flakes with some garlic bread for a substantial meal or alongside a garden salad.
This recipe combines alfredo with succulent steak to create a restaurant-worthy meal. Simply combine fettuccine noodles with a delectable alfredo sauce and serve it with grilled steak on top to wow your guests. It’s filling on its own, but you can also serve it with garlic bread, roasted broccoli, or any of your favorite sides.
Perfect to whip up on chilly winter nights, this recipe will warm you inside out. In it, steak, pasta, caramelized onions, herbs, and cheese complement each other to produce a rich, creamy meal in under an hour. You can serve it garnished with extra gruyere and/or thyme leaves to enjoy.
Four ingredients and 20 minutes — that’s all it takes to make this deliciously filling creamy steak pasta. You just need sirloin steak, vodka sauce, zucchini, and some butter to balance the sharp flavor of the dish and make it creamy. Top it off with parmesan and parsley, and serve warm.
Simple, earthy Mediterranean flavors can elevate the simplest dish. In this recipe, tomato olive sauce adds richness and a nice tang to the steak and pasta, producing an irresistible dish that will tempt you to reach for seconds. You can prepare it for family dinners, potlucks, or a delicious holiday spread!
Recreate the all-time favorite Philly steak sandwich — the only difference is that it is made in one pot and has pasta as one of its primary ingredients. To prepare, sauté thinly sliced beef, bell peppers, and onions with rich, savory, creamy pasta, then top it with gooey-gooey mozzarella cheese to serve. And voila, you’re done! One bite and you’ll fall in love!
This one-pot recipe is not only ready in 30 minutes but also minimizes mess and clean-up — a life-saver when you’re short on time. To prepare, season the steak and mushrooms with olive oil, kosher salt, and pepper, then add them to a pasta mixture prepared using bow tie pasta with butter, beef stock, and seasonings. Top with cheese, and serve with a garnish of chopped parsley.
Ribeye is arguably the most incredible cut of steak. In this recipe, we pair it with juicy cherry tomatoes, kalamata olives, fragrant garlic, and salty capers to produce the perfect meat-based dish. Serve up this authentic Italian gourmet meal on its own for a filling dinner. You also store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for 3-5 days.
This recipe uses fresh basil leaves and spinach to create layers of flavors and color in the dish. The greens also make the steak pasta a whole lot healthier. The key ingredient, however, is the delectable dressing made with balsamic vinegar and mustard. This simple, easy-to-make meal is simply bursting with flavor!
Love fajitas? Replace the bread with spaghetti to introduce a brand-new meal to your menu. To make this wonderful treat, just combine browned, thinly cut steak with some vegetables, seasonings, spices, and aromatics. The recipe also uses sour cream to give you a creamier, richer bite. Once cooked, serve hot!
In this dish, the sharp flavor of Gorgonzola cheese elevates the appeal of meaty steak and creamy pasta. It also includes loads of complementary flavors and textures and is great to serve for everything from family dinners to potlucks. Serve with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar to add a rich, complex sweetness to the dish and to balance out all the flavors.