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Swiss Steak Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Joan Woods Calder
Added: Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
round steak (for approx. 15 people)
flour
salt & pepper, to season
4 cans cream of mushroom soup
3 to 4 6 oz. cans mushrooms
steak sauce

Directions:
Directions:
Lightly salt and pepper each piece of round steak. Pound flour into both sides of steak. Let sit 10 minutes. In a large skillet heat shortening (or use grease rendered from fat cut off the meat for more flavorful gravy). Heavily flour both sides of the steak again. Brown in hot grease quickly on both sides. Remove to platter. Add 2 c. of water to skillet to loosen drippings. Add 4 cans cream of mushroom soup and 3 more cups of water. Heat. When warm add steak, cover and simmer at lowest possible temperature for about 2 hours. Scrape bottom occasionally to prevent sticking. Cook until meat is tender, but not falling apart. Add mushrooms and some steak sauce if desired before serving.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This dish can be baked instead of simmered at 300 degrees for about 3 hours. The amount of water can also be adjusted depending on how thick you want the sauce.

 

 

 

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