By Dissie on January 16, 2010
"This intro is from the 1937 recipe. Our first swiss steak recipe appeared in 1930 and was seasoned only with salt, pepper, onion and mustard. Over, the years, the ingredients have changed to include more flavorful items. With todays recipe you can take your choice of of range-top or oven method. This is a very tasty recipe. Sometimes going back to the basics is just the best! Recipe says to serve over rice or egg noodles."
Serving Size: 1 (281 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Made tonight for Herb and Spice of the month January 2010 and it was delicious! The herb for this month was thyme (which I love) but it wasn't too strong in this recipe. The only thing I did was used sirloin steak (that's what I had) and added fresh minced garlic. I did add some beef broth while it baked because I wanted enough sauce to serve over mashed potatoes and with the meat in flour it thickened quite nicely. Served over mashed potatoes and I browned the meat then the vegetables and put in the oven. Served over mashed potatoes and added a green salad. Thanks for a delicious recipe."
"I make Swiss Steak VERY similar to this & it is SOOOOOOOOOO good!!!"