Italian Style Steak Parmesan with Spaghetti

Thin cut steaks lightly seasoned and double breaded in Italian style breadcrumbs top a big mound of spaghetti and smothered in cheese. Baked to bubbly perfection. Grab yourself a piece of garlic bread and a nice garden salad and dig in! Delicious and easy to make.


Hi there,

David here. I want you to know that I’m moving One Stop Cook to a new location called Davids Free You’ll find this Steak Parmesan recipe by clicking this link. Steak Parmesan

I hope you’ll enjoy this Steak Parmesan recipe as well as many more at Davids Free I look forward to seeing you there. Happy Cooking and I’ll see you on the other side!

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About David

Hi everyone! David here. Just to let you know, I'm moving this blog to a new location. One Stop Cook will now be located at Davids Free For all of you that like this blog I invite you to take a look at my new site. It still has everything you see here and I'll be adding all of my new recipes over there. Go check it out, I think you'll like it. Davids Free For those of you that have subscribed here, you'll have to use the easy subscription form to keep up to date via email, just like here. I've also set up an RSS feed for those who prefer it over emails. I hope you'll have just as much enjoyment with the new site as you do here. I look forward to seeing you over there. Happy Cooking!! Davids Free
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4 Responses to Italian Style Steak Parmesan with Spaghetti

  1. Jillian says:

    I’ve put you on my blogroll. Hope this is okay.

    • onestopcook says:

      Absolutely Jillian,

      Do you have a cooking blog too? If so can you send me a link, I can add you to mine as well… if that’s o.k.
      Thanks and HAPPY COOKING!

  2. Jillian says:

    Yum! I’m loving your meals and photography! Giving me some good ideas. 🙂

    • onestopcook says:

      Thanks Jillian,

      I find that step by step instructions along with pictures of the “detail” parts of a recipe makes it much easier to follow. I’d like to hear about some of your ideas. From one chef to another, I’m always up for new ideas.
      Thanks again,

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