3 Reviews

Wow Lubie this was 5 stars all the way! I am always looking for recipes using round steak and this one caught my eye as it was also quick & easy. We were in for a real treat last night. The only think I changed was to aliminate the salt and I used a little beef base instead it gave it rich beefy flavor. The meat came out exceptionally tender. I will be making this one often. Thanks for a great supper!

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Just Cher April 08, 2003

Wonderfully delicious! The only change I made was to substitute some beef broth for the sherry. I used a boneless bottom round steak and it was extremely tender after simmering for an hour. I loved the subtle hint of the cayenne pepper as it added just a little bit of kick to the dish. I served this with some mashed potatoes, marinated vegetables and biscuits for an easy meal. Thanks a bunch for sharing this recipe!

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Dreamgoddess February 20, 2005

This recipe was wonderful, but I will admit that I did take one liberty with it. Instead of round steak, I had a small chuck roast that I wanted to put into the crockpot. So I used this recipe. I just seared the roast, placed it in the crockpot, followed the rest of the directions to a T....poured it over the roast and let it cook for about 5 hours. Sliced the roast, and served layered over egg noodles with the gravy that spooned over the top. It was fantastic. DD kidnapped the leftovers!!!!

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Jellyqueen February 14, 2005
Simply Elegant Steak