Total Time
20mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

Mouth watering tenderized round steak, seasoned perfectly with chef deedee's special seasons. Cooked in long lengths and can also be dipped in hot salsa and ranch dressing ...great for holidays and appetizers as well as just eaten by candle lite for a classy dinner for guest and family along with your side dishes. Quick and easy! No spending all day in the kitchen.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 3 large tenderized round steaks
  • 2 cups flour
  • seasoning salt (prefer lowerys)
  • steak seasoning (prefer grill mates McCormick's Montreal Brand steak seasoning.)
  • garlic pepper seasoning, seasoning. (in grinder)

Directions

  1. Get your skillet hot before putting your steaks into pan. Add just enough oil to cover bottom. They must sizzle just a little bit as you put them into skillet, enough to sear seasoning into steak.
  2. Cut your steak into long lengths (one to two inches wide).
  3. Dip them into flour, pressing and rolling flour into steak.
  4. Place steak into skillet(must sizzle).
  5. Very "lightly" sprinkle on seasoning.
  6. Do not over salt. Put seasoning in the palm of your hand and sprinkle on. Do not use from seasoning container.
  7. Let cook till steak is lightly brown.
  8. Turn over and sear seasonings into steak.
  9. Cook till lightly brown and cooked all the way thru.
  10. Place on steak platter garnished with parsley or place your favorite dip in the center.

Reviews

(4)
Most Helpful

My son [age 16] made these last night, and I think he used too much flour. They were quite doughy after frying. The flavor was good, though, so next time I'll help him with the flouring part.

Terri Newell August 15, 2009

Yum! These were so good. I acutally marinated my steak before I made them, just to give them some extra goodness! These were wonderful. Thanks for posting. Made for PAC 2008

Sarah in New York October 18, 2008

This was delicious!!!! Easy to make plus they were juicy and tender. My picky kids loved them. Served them with Loaded Mashed Potatoes (#127039) and fresh corn. All that was missing was the cornbread. This is a definite keeper and is in my favorites. Thanks for posting.

ladyautumn August 29, 2008

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