I made this dish with moose round steak, I added two sticks of chopped celery, and one sliced green bell pepper, and used whole garlic cloves instead of the powder, and canned chopped tomatoes. Very good with garlic mashed potatoes.
yech. took an hour and a half and it ended up tasting like canned stew. and the tomato flavor was way too strong
Cooked this recipe this PM, and it turned out pretty good. I think next time I will pound the steaks out a little thinner and maybe add capers. <br/>I enjoyed the dish, just thought I should "tinker" with it some.<br/>Thanks and have a great one!!!!
Yum-de-yum, yum, yum! We had some elk steaks given to us (now I wish I had more!) and my hubby and decided to try this out. It's great - meaty, saucy, spicy, flavorful... falls apart like a pot roast almost. (If you never had elk before, it's not terribly "gamey", but the tomatoes in this make it even less "gamey"!) Thanks for sharing!
I made this recipe yesterday and it was fantastic. Everyone loved it. I read the reviews and took some suggestions from there - I used jarred spaghetti sauce, seasoned bread crumbs instead of the flour, browned in oil/butter, added some chopped green pepper and celery. I'm sure it would have been just as great if I hadn't changed a thing, but I like to experiment sometimes if I have the ingredients. I will make this again and again, although I might have to use beef, since we don't come into elk meat that often. Thank you for the recipe!
Was good. I used spaghetti sauce and canned mushrooms. The mushrooms and onions made it.
This was a great way to fix elk. I have never cooked it before and was not sure how to! This recipe was quick and I had everything in the pantry, no trips to the store needed. I did add 2 tsp. of onion soup mix and increased the pepper to 1 tsp. Thanks for a tasty recipe.
Made it for my family after a sucessful Elk hunt last September. They liked it so much I am requested to make it again for Father's Day dinner. Simple to make and very flavorful.