This dish was tender & delicious, just as Caroline promised! My husband loved the gravy (thicken with a little flour at the end, as Caroline suggests). Would definitely make this again - a great way to use the beef we get from the farmer next door!
It was tender but we found it too dry.The steak eaters in the family ate it.
Very moist, very tender and oh so Yummy. Used half butter & half olive oil. Peppered, salted and season salted the flour instead of the meat. My steak was thin so it only took about 45 mins to cook. Added a little more flour and then milk to make a creamy gravy to pour over both the steak and the home fries I served with them. Husband raved! Thanks for posting!
This was so good and so easy. I used a little too much salt and pepper, but will adjust that in the future. Also took the advice of a review and used beef broth to simmer instead of water - makes the gravy rich and flavorful. My new favorite for sirloin steak and I have a freezer full of it! Thank you.
I was so happy to find a recipe using sirloin that didn't require me grilling (I stink at it)! Anyway, wonderful "meat & potato" supper, except I used 1 1/2 to 2 cups of beef broth instead of water, very flavorful. Thank you for the recipe!
The family liked it but I think it needed a little something extra, not sure what though. Good, easy meal.
Very good recipe, easy to make and the whole family liked it. Would definitely make it again.
I make the same recipe with round steak, too. Some said it lacked flavor. I alway slice an onion and put it all over the top of the meat after browing and adding the liquid. That might help with the flavor. The suggestion of using beef broth is an excellent idea. I've always used water in the past but from now on I'll be using the broth, too! I have a sirloin in the freezer so I'll give it a try next week!!
I agree with Tinar, this was missing something. Also, the steaks stuck to the pan and made it difficult to clean up. I propbably wont make this again...