14 Reviews

Great crock pot dinner! This recipe was just what I was looking for to use up a less-than-tender cut of meat. It was so nice to come home to dinner ready in that crockpot! Thanks for posting a keeper recipe.

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cookin mimi December 10, 2010

Really good! I cooked for 10 hours & the meat was extremely tender!! I followed the recipe exactly and just felt a little more seasoning would have been nice - I added salt & pepper at the table & it helped. My husband ate the leftovers with a generous splash of hot sauce over fusilli & really enjoyed that, too.

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Debbb November 15, 2008

I made this yesterday for supper. The change I made was I added a 2 cans of chopped tomatoes with diced green pepper and celery. I left our the carrot. I also doubled the meat, this was a nice change for supper. Thanks for sharing this recipe. We all enjoyed this. :-)

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Weeezer0421 October 13, 2008

This was a very good simple Swiss steak, put it in the crockpot and go about you day. I used a bottle of spicy pasta sauce which gave it a nice tingle. The meat was wonderfully fork tender. thansks for posting I will be making it again.

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Derf October 07, 2008

Very good and easy. I made a few minor changes based on what I had on hand by using only 1 (8 oz) can of tomato sauce and 1 can of V-8. I also added some mushrooms which I needed to use up. We served this with noodles for a great middle-of-the-week supper. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ July 19, 2007

My husband made this and it was delicious! He added a pinch of thyme + some minced garlic to the vegs, which he sauteed in a little oil and put it in the crock. Then he seared the meat and added it in. Deglazed browining pan with a little white wine and added it to crock. Last, he added one can beef broth plus a bay leaf and let the whole thing simmer in the crock.. Thank you for this delicious, homey meal!

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sue parenio January 29, 2006

I was really skeptical about this recipe because I thought that this was just gonna taste like tomato sauce, so I made some adjustments. 1. I browned my breaded steaks in olive oil. 2. I added some basil and garlic. It turned out very good.

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latinmargarita November 07, 2005

Cooked this today. Found the exact same recipe in my crockpot recipe book. Cooked on high for 3 hours. Only 3 servings - maybe we just have big servings. Very tasty served with mashed potatoes. Will do this again and again.

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billmoores June 08, 2005

Easy to prepare and delicious. I put the flour, salt and pepper in a plastic bag, added the steak pieces and shook them well to coat. I substituted canned diced tomatoes for the tomato sauce too and added 1 teaspoon granulated sugar to cut the acidity of the tomatoes. Wonderful recipe, thanks for another family favorite.

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foodtvfan November 23, 2004

This was very good and easy! I substituted a can of diced tomatoes for the tomato sauce. Other than that, I prepared as directed, serving with vegetables and Garlic Bubble loaf. This is a great crockpot meal! Thanks Christine!

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Bobtail September 04, 2004
Swiss Steak for the Crock Pot