My husband and I really liked this recipe. I added a few red potatoes to the pot also and the gravy/sauce was very good. Thanks for posting.
This is a wonderful recipe. Make sure you really secure the sucked with some tooth picks because it gets REALLY TENDER. I also used the corn bread stuffing. Instead of pounding the steak out myself I instead used thin sliced top round. Will make again!
Really good recipe. I rolled the stuffed steak pieces in Wondra flour and then browned them in mix of butter and olive oil. I used a cornbread stuffing mix as another reviewer suggested. I replaced the water with the same amount of beef stock and used the broth to deglaze the pan I had browned the meat in then added it to step 5 . Thanks so much for posting this.
I made this for the first time tonight and placed in my Crockpot for tomorrow night's dinner. The ease of preparation was what ultimately drew me to this recipe and the basic ingredients (I used braciole steak as it was readily availabe at my grocery store). The only things I did differently is I tied the rolls with string and browned them in the skillet as I think it will hold them together better and the browning makes for a better presentation. I also used cream of chicken soup as I detest mushroom soup (if you have ever seen the movie "The Great Santini" you would know why). My son and daughter-in-law are coming for dinner tomorrow night and they are the ultimate decision makers for this type of recipe. Will let you know their decision.
Delicious and easy to make. Word of warning...make sure when you roll it up and secure it with the toothpicks, that you secure it well. I didn't and it came out looking like a dog's breakfast, however, didn't affect the taste LOL. I didn't use the salt as I am trying to cut back on some salt and it tasted great. Will definitely make this again.
Lainey, this was wonderful--nice flavors and satisfying one dish meal. Easy prep and easy clean-up. I made this in my warming oven which also is a slow cooker. Cooked on low for 6 hours and the house smelled fantastic! A real keeper. The only thing I did differently was I used no salt--I was afraid with the mushroom soup and the dry onion soup it would be too salty. Without the salt, it was just great. Next time, I think I would either add chopped carrots or frozen spinach to boost the nutrients, but it is great as it is. I just like to hide veggies, so that the kids will eat them. thanks for a great recipe!
This was easy to make and the meat was VERY tender. I ended using top sirloin which I pounded out to about 1/2 thickness. My BF and coworker enjoyed this tasty dish. Thanks for posting this recipe.
Wonderful taste. Made it for dinner last night. Fork tender and oh, so rich. My family loved it. Thank you for the recipe.
Please thank your mother-in-law for this wonderful recipe. I didn't change a thing and followed your recipe exactly. The gravy was awesome! We will be making this again. Take care!
Simplicity and Taste. This is incredibly easy to make and the smell is wonderful while it cooks. I used a cheaper cut of top round steak and it still turned out fork tender and yummy! The gravy is super too! Thanks for posting! Made for I Recommend Tag Game - Game Winner Prize.