If you can’t decide between chicken and steak, why not both? These chicken and steak recipes are sure to satisfy whatever you’re craving.
No dinner law states that you have to settle for just one protein.
Mixing proteins is also a great way to include indulgent red meat without going overboard.
Adding chicken to red meat helps fill you up faster and isn’t as sinful as a red meat meal.
Gather round, indecisive friends, and check out these delicious chicken and steak recipes the whole family will devour.
The marinade for the meat packs this salad with flavor.
While you still marinate the chicken and steak before it hits the grill, you also marinate your proteins afterward.
Take your meat off the grill and continue to marinate them in the fridge overnight to pack a powerful lime 1-2 punch.
It’s a great way to meal prep. The next day, pop those flavor bombs out of the fridge and top them on a bed of arugula.
No salad dressing is needed!
This recipe is a little heavy on the ingredients but well worth the extra effort!
It’s insanely hearty and satisfying, so it’s perfect for a gloomy winter day.
The chicken and steak play well with hearty root veggies for a satisfying meal in a bowl.
While it calls for filet mignon, you can use any cut of beef to infuse beef flavors.
If there are chicken and steak fajitas on a Mexican restaurant’s menu, you’d better believe I’m ordering them.
The key to capturing the essence of restaurant-style fajitas lies in a good marinade and thinly-sliced pieces of meat.
The marinade is rich and savory with an added kick from red pepper flakes.
Toss your proteins in a freezer back, and let them absorb all of those beautiful flavors.
To make this ahead of time, store your protein and cut up your veggies. Store them in separate bags, and thaw in the fridge as needed.
This stir-fry is salty, crunchy, and packed with Asian flavors.
Give your local Chinese takeout place a break tonight and whip up a meal at home.
Make your oyster sauce ahead of time and let it infuse with flavors on the counter.
Cook your proteins and veggies in separate pans, and marry all flavors with your deliciously salty and savory oyster sauce.
Eat this alone, or serve it over noodles or white rice.
Put those saute pans away and let your Crockpot do all the work. This beef and chicken stew is the perfect winter meal.
It’s thick and hearty and packed with veggies and plenty of protein.
The added steak sauce adds more smoky and meaty notes to this dynamic stew and brings all those flavors together.
These beef and chicken enchiladas are perfect for a family of picky eaters.
They’re super simple and utilize inexpensive ingredients.
The filling of these enchiladas uses ground beef (cooked and drained), cubed pieces of seasoned chicken, and rice.
Stuff your enchiladas, and top them with plenty of cheese and enchilada sauce.
If there are any leftovers, they freeze well!
This honey garlic chicken and beef recipe work well as a main dish, but you can also serve it as a killer appetizer.
The battered proteins in this dish are delightfully crunchy and golden brown.
It uses the Chinese velveting technique to ensure each piece coats evenly.
Once they’re cooked, toss your delectably fried morsels in a honey garlic sauce and serve them over rice.
The classic New Orleans muffuletta uses cured meat, which is delicious but a caloric nightmare.
Swapping out cured meats for something a little healthier is a great way to deliver classic New Orleans flavors without needing to unbutton your jeans.
This recipe calls for a tart and salty olive salad to capture the salty flavors of cured meat.
Pair it with cuts of beef and chicken, and stuff it into muffuletta rolls.
Wrap the sandwiches in plastic wrap and allow all flavors to fuse in the fridge.
This chipped beef dish is the ultimate comfort food and comes together so quickly!
Chipped beef isn’t healthy, so the added chicken cuts down on excess red meat while providing a good deal of flavor.
Pair your cooked chicken with a jar of dried beef and bacon, and marry those proteins with a can of cream of chicken soup.
It’s fast, easy, and very few can resist this dinner.
Summer isn’t complete without at least one kabob meal.
Using steak and chicken is a great way to add flavor to this super simple but tasty dish.
The key to good kabobs lies in the marinade. Soak your proteins in dale sauce overnight.
The dale sauce is the secret ingredient as it helps to tenderize the meat naturally.
If you can’t find it at your local grocery store, it’s also available online.
The trick to a good bolognese is to chop your proteins finely and cook your spaghetti until it’s slightly al dente.
Making bolognese seems intimidating, but it’s surprisingly easy!
Chop all of your meats and veggies finely, and add them to a pan with simmering onions and garlic.
Layer the flavors slowly with beef, then veggies, and then fresh herbs. Serve this with perfectly-cooked spaghetti and a crisp salad.
Traditional chicken salad gets a makeover with this tasty chicken and beef pastrami salad recipe.
It’s easy to throw together on a hectic weeknight, and it’s incredibly versatile.
Eat it on its own, throw on top of a bed of lettuce, or stuff it in a wrap!
Cucumbers and tomatoes lift the savory and salty notes from the chicken and pastrami.
It all comes together in a creamy yogurt sauce.
13. Chicken Bistek
Bistek is a versatile Filipino recipe that is simple and affordable.
With only a few ingredients, this dish comes together surprisingly quickly.
The great thing about bistek is that you can swap in whatever protein you’re craving.
You can even blend chicken and beef for an added explosion of flavor.
It’s bright, tangy, and a great way to spice up dinner.
Korean bulgogi is the ultimate Korean BBQ dish. It’s slightly sweet and savory and pairs well with just about anything.
The versatile marinade works well with just about any protein, especially chicken and steak.
The great about bulgogi is you can get creative.
I like to serve it in a lettuce wrap and top with sesame seeds and thinly sliced cucumber to keep calories low.
Everything tastes better on a stick. Satay is an Indonesian street food that’s tasty, fun to prepare, and just as fun to eat.
It’s filled with punchy flavors from ginger, garlic, and turmeric with slightly sweet notes from brown sugar.
The best part about this recipe is the peanut dipping sauce. It’s equally sweet, savory, salty, and spicy and comes together in a snap.
Serve it with crisp veggies or anything that you can dip into that yummy peanut sauce!
16. Steak Fried Rice
Need to use up leftovers? Fried rice is the ultimate dinner dish when you have a fridge of random ingredients.
While this recipe calls for steak, any proteins work in a pinch.
Adding chicken and steak is a great way to dial up those flavors and protein in this simple meal.
In addition to proteins, you can also throw in any neglected veggies from your fridge.
Carrots, cabbage, and peas are classics, but a bag of frozen vegetables works well.
These chicken and beef teriyaki skewers are perfect for kids because they cannot resist food mounted on sticks.
They’re super simple, fun to make, and pair perfectly with homemade teriyaki sauce.
You could save time with store-bought teriyaki, but this recipe is super easy and packed with so much flavor. It’s worth the extra effort!
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