Slow Cooker Swiss Steaks With Beef Gravy, and Potatoes

Total Time
7hrs 20mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 7 hrs

this is a great dinner for a cool, cold evening, it enough for 8 servings depending on how you decide to cut it.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut steaks in 6-8 serving size pieces, season with seasoned salt, and pepper, and brown in a non-stick skillet.
  2. Layer steak pieces, potatoes, carrots and onion in slow cooker.
  3. In a large bowl, combine tomatoes, and beef gravy and spoon over vegetables.
  4. Cover and cook on low for 7-8 hours.


Most Helpful

We found this to be pretty ordinary. It was good, but my carrots were not done, so I had to cook it longer. Thank you for posting, but I don't think I will be making this again.

Jazz Lover March 15, 2011

I am not sure why, but we did not care for this all that much when it was first cooked - the only change I made was to use my own gravy, as we need to watch sodium, as well as to use no-salt seasoning with just a touch of salt. But a few days later I reheated the leftovers, and swirled a good spoonful of mascarpone into the gravy - that smoothed out the flavor and made the gravy good enough to slurp. It's all a bit of mystery and I will try this again some time when I perhaps won't be so distracted, in case it was something I did.

duonyte March 04, 2011

This made a very tender piece of meat and was very well flavored. I had a small problem with the gravy, I didn't get any, LOL. I'm taking the blame for this as I didn't have canned gravy and made some up using a gravy mix. It just sort of vanished in the cooking and I ended up with a thin semi clear broth like juice. Now, I could have removed the meat and veggies and thickened that juice with more gravy mix but I was just too lazy and I am in no way blaming the recipe. It still tasted great! I used whole tiny Yukon Gold spuds. I'll make this again but be sure to have the ask for gravy next time.

Annacia December 16, 2009

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