I halved this recipe and served it to my husband for dinner. He liked it, said it was just a little bland for him. I added some more pepper and salt. Thanks for sharing !
This was big hit with DH. I used broth in place of the water which made a fantastic gravy. Thanks
A nice simple way to make a tasty and tender steak. Made exactly as posted and I'll be making it again. Thanks for posting MizzNezz.
This recipe was very pleasantly flavorful. The only change I made was I used lower sodium beef broth in place of the water. My husband and I enjoyed it very much. This recipe is definitely a keeper!
I used 1/4 cup minced onion and added 1 packet of liption onion soup mix. The beef was moist and tender. I'll make this again.
My husband and I really enjoyed this! It had a lot of flavor and the meat was nice and tender. The only change I made was because of lack of ingredient! I only had about 1/8 c. of Worcestershire sauce so I had to add 1/8 cup of Bragg's liquid aminos that I had on hand. That was the only change - but I don't think that changed the outcome that much. This is now our favorite recipe for making cube steak! Thank you!
The cube steak came out great but the sauce was too bland. I think if I make this again I will use beef broth instead of water to try to give it a little more flavor.
I've made your recipie twice now in the past 2 months. I love the recipie! It is very very simple and the results are sooooo delicious. I only changed one thing. And, oh my goodness, I could not imagine it otherwise. I chopped up a 1/2 cup of sweet vidalia onion. Maybe closer to a cup, because we like onions. The gravy this dish makes is rich and delicious. And with the onions added, and you put the gravy over the mash potatos. My goodness, what a wonderful meal. I've served this with corn and green beans mixed together. And I must say, the steak and gravy is even better the next day! Next time I will add onions, and I will use rice as a side instead of mash potatoes! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks MizzNezz for a very tasty recipe. Letting the worcestershire sauce sit with the cube steak I think helped tenderize the meat. I did let them sit for about 15 minutes. I also let them simmer with onions, mushrooms, and green peppers in beef broth and a little sherry about 30 minutes. I also used a little cornstarch to thicken into gravy. YUMMY! This is a keeper.