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This was pretty good. I didn't have roundsteak, so I used beef mock tenders instead, beat them down with a meat tenderizer, and cut them into strips, before flouring and frying them.It was delecious. Thanks!!

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Irene torre April 12, 2006

This turned out really good for me. But I will be honest....I didn't use steak. I had a beautiful piece of roast left over, so I cut it into bite size pieces, place it in hot oil and sprinkled the flour over it, let that brown a little, then followed the recipe from there on out. I did sprinkle a little paprika on top of the servings and it was comfort food at it's best.

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Jellyqueen November 21, 2005

this was a nice change of pace i use tenderized round steak because of mr picky and im cooking for 4 people over 65 thank you for posting dee

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Dienia B. October 29, 2005

We had this last night... and I don't know if I did something wrong, but the beef wasn't tender. I'm wondering if slow cooking would've been better. The flavor was pretty good... a little bland for us maybe. Just a matter of taste :) Thanks for posting!

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jovigirl April 16, 2005
Beef Baltimore