Monday, May 9, 2011

Steak Bite Scoops

Today, we are going to make Steak Bite Scoops! They are delicious, easy to make, and addicting.
Here's what you need:
Tostito's Scoops
Sour Cream
Diced Onion
Chopped Avocado
Muenster Slices
1/4 pound Sirloin Steak
This menu is not specific in amounts because I am not sure how many Steak Bites you might 
want to make. I would recommend making a lot. They are tasty!!
In my case, I made 9 bites.
Go ahead and cook your steak to your liking. I love medium rare. Then, 
cut your steak in small bite size pieces. 
You need to make them bite size, because you don't want to have to work at biting the steak. 
They should be small enough to fit into the scoop.

Dice your onions, and chop your avocado. Make sure they are bite size also.

Place your scoops on a microwavable plate.

Fill each scoop with chopped onion. If you like onion, put in a lot.
Place your pieces of steak on top of the onion.
Take your Muenster Cheese pieces and cover the scoops like in the picture. Microwave
on high for about 18 seconds for nine pieces. 
They will look like this when done in the micro.
Separate the pieces so they are no longer attached to one another by cheese.
Add a dollop of cream cheese to each scoop.
Add a piece of avocado to top each piece.
Doesn't that look good? 


There are some variations you could make on this appetizer. 
Pieces of chopped sun dried tomato would add a hint of sweetness and a splash of color.
The tomato would look good placed under the avocado, on top of the sour cream.
You could also use chicken. A chicken breast seasoned with fajita seasoning would taste great, especially when topped with chopped onion and chopped roma tomato. You could then top it with 
shredded cheddar, sour cream and avocado. Yummy!
When you get to brainstorming, there are a million different variations!!!
That good become my new hobby!

I hope you enjoyed today's appetizer. Tomorrow we will be making a 
crisp dinner salad with a herbed Vinaigrette.

Thanks for stopping by. See you tomorrow!!

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