I'm making this with right now with some olive il band salt and pepper as suggested; in Prego VODKA sauce and a can of Progresso Tomato Soup with Basil. How can it not be Delish!<br/>I'm using 2 pounds of Chuck steak<br/><br/>this looks Great for the odd VEAL STEAK we come across, too<br/><br/>ease of prep; plus and no guilt and confusion; over not browning!!
Very tasty! Based upon one of the reviews, I decided to add more liquid for a sauce, so I added about a 1/2 cup of wine and some water. The beef I used was apparently pretty tough, so I ended up cooking for over 3 hours in oven at 325 degrees. I liked the simplicity of the recipe and I think I will have my teenage DD make it sometime. I added precooked penne (on hand from a previous meal) so it truly was a ONE POT MEAl SENSATION! Thanks for sharing this recipe.
We enjoyed this for a dinner, was nice that it is basically a one pot mess. I used two round steaks, and two cans of diced unseasoned tomatoes. I could not find canned plum tomatoes at my store. I used red bell pepper just as a personal preference. There was very little sauce to speak of, adding wine or broth might be a nice addition if you need a sauce/gravy.
Very good. I baked in the oven...so I would recommend draining the canned tomatoes first or your dish will come out VERY soupy.
I hadn't had this dish in years--I couldn't remember how my mom had made it, but as soon as I saw your recipe---I remembered mom always said "half the tomoatoes--the meat--the other half of the tomoatoes" This tasted just like moms--the mushrooms, peppers and onions are a must. JMHO. Dee, you know your way around a stove--this is a delicious recipe. Italian soul food at its best. I served with pasta, fresh Italian bread, and a salad.
This recipe takes a bit to prepare, however, well worth the time. Add some italian seasoning and some wine to the sauce and it is incredible. If it is too runny, add a little bit of corn starch.