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This was delicious! I wanted to prepare dinner early so I could relax. So I prepared the recipe as stated but instead of simmering it on the stove top, I put it in my cast iron dutch oven and put it in the oven at 325 degrees for about 2.5 hours - I did add a little extra broth (I used beef) since I was cooking it so long but other than that I followed the recipe. I served ours over homemade egg noodles. This one goes in my keep file.
This IS comfort food at it's best. It's very easy to make but really tastes like you have been cooking all day. I made as posted including the red wine which I think really gives it great flavor. Thank you for posting!
Yum! Normally, I'm not a fan of cube steaks because of how tough they can be, but these greatly exceeded my expectations. Simmering for a long time made them very tender, and the gravy was excellent. Thanks for a keeper!
The gravy is very good. We liked this very much. Thank you!
I would give this 10 stars if possible! The sauce is TDF! Teamed with the mushrooms, onions, red wine and garlic?--Awesome. After 35 minutes, it was tender and the sauce was thickened enough. Served over mashed potatoes (as suggested) with sauteed broccoli and fresh spinach. Made for the Herb of the Month: Thyme in French Forum.
Very good, served over egg noodles. Made as directed except used beef broth instead of chicken. I also used a full 8oz package of mushrooms. This was easy and cheap to boot!! Thanks for posting.
Delicious! This resulted in flavorful and very tender cube steaks. It also made a great deal of wonderful "gravy". I served it with brown rice and am already planning to make it again soon to try with egg noodles or mashed potatoes. I'll be putting some in the freezer at your suggestion because this was a family pleaser and would be great to have stashed away for a delicious, weeknight feast! Thanks dianegrapegrower.