Wow Chia, another great recipe. The steak was so tender and tasty. Love Worcestershire sauce, I added a little dried onion soup mix also, plus onions. Gravy was great over mashed potatoes. Dh loved it. Great recipe for a cheaper cut of steak and so easy to make.
chia....wonderful! Gravy is super and even better over mashed potatoes! The ONLY way to use an old round steak from no on!
Chia this steak was just outstanding! Quite a simple recipe and so easy for something so good. The onions and Worcestershire sauce really make it! The gravey is the best ever. The only problem I had, and it was not really a probelm, was that I had to keep an eye on it because the gravy had a tendency to cook away, so I just kept adding a little more beef stock, I think in the end I used about 31/2 cups total. An outstanding recipe, thanks for sharing.
I wanted to make a special birthday dinner for my grandmother (Ma) so I posted a request for the best T-Bone steak recipes w/out grilling. I got 2 responses for grilling anyway... so I continued to search and found this recipe. I don't eat beef anymore but this recipe enticed me to take a bite, reminded me of how Ma used to make her steaks and it was so EASY to prepare!! I used 2 T-Bone steaks & 2 London Broil steaks (tenderized them by poking with a fork then sprinkled with meat tenderizer) and sprinkled a tad more flour on top after browning (for thicker gravy), 4 (14oz.) cans of beef broth, 1/3 cup of Brandy, 6 tablespooons of Worcestershire sauce, 1 envelope of Onion Soup mix (per Barb's suggestion), 2 large onions and sauteed an 8oz. container of fresh mushrooms in Garlic Butter and Brandy. The steak, onions and mushrooms smelled sooooo gooood while cooking and were so fork tender that I had to take the London Broil out with a spatula!! The T-Bones were falling off & away from the bone and I had so much rich, thick mushroom & onion gravy!! I served the steaks with homemade Garlic and Parsley mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, Tossed Salad With Mandarin Oranges (Tossed Salad With Mandarin Oranges) and Kings Hawaiian Sweet Wheat rolls served w/Honey Butter. I REALLY wanted my Grandmothers Birthday to be special and your recipe was the core of her special dinner! She TOTALLY enjoyed the steak and she said that it reminded her of her own steak BUT BETTER!! Thanks so much for this excellent recipe Chia!
This was good, although I was a little disappointed. I used top round steak just like this stated and it came out more like a cheap pot roast. It was very tender, but didn't have that taste that I expect from a steak. It was nice on a rainy, blustery night, but I probably won't make it again. I could have accomplished the same thing with a cheaper cut of beef in the crock pot. Thanks for something different chia.
We had extra steaks in the freezer and didn't know what to do with them. This recipe was absolutely fantastic.. I used a large skillet and deglazed with the beef broth but then put everything in the oven to cook the rest of the way. As someone else mentioned. the broth did make it more watery then I wanted. so I removed the meat and added a flour paste to the gravy and put back in the meat for the last half hour.. it turn out really good with lots of flavour and it helped with the mash potatoes. :)
Very tender and flavorful. Simple to make, too. Served with mashed potatoes, green beans, and sourdough popovers. Used an all clad covered skillet for browning and baking. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Maybe the best steak I have ever had... even better than a grilled ribeye (which is saying something coming from me). The only change I made is adding some flour to the beef stock gravy mixture. I wanted to thicken it up a bit. Great recipe Chia!
This was really good and had great flavor. I did add some fresh mushrooms with the onions and some red wine to the beef broth mixture. I found the gravy to be more of a broth, but that could be easily thickened. Overall, a great recipe.