"swiss" Round Steak With Onion Gravy

"We always called this "Salisbury Steak", but it does not have tomatoes. Comfort food at it's best..."
 
"swiss" Round Steak With Onion Gravy created by NELady
Ready In:
2hrs 30mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Cut round steak into 6 serving size pieces.
  • On a cutting board, dredge pieces with flour, salt and pepper.
  • Pound flour into the meat with a meat mallet.
  • Turn pieces, dredge, and pound until they can't hold any more flour.
  • (This can be a messy process, so be warned!).
  • In a large non-stick skillet, heat oil and brown steak pieces on both sides.
  • Place in a covered casserole.
  • Add onions and garlic to the skillet.
  • Saute until onions are limp (5 minutes).
  • Place onions and garlic over steak pieces in casserole dish.
  • Add enough beef broth to barely cover meat.
  • The flour from the meat will thicken the broth as it bakes and will make its own gravy.
  • Bake at 300F for 2 hours or until fork-tender.
  • Serve over noodles or mashed potatoes.

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  1. Tammey H.
    My family has made this your years and just a little different. We don't use garlic and we make a gravy out of the broth before we pour it all over the meat, then cook. This was you have gravy for your potatoes..
     
  2. Karina B.
    I was looking for a Swiss steak recipe that was like what my mother made when I was a child. I was glad to see this one didn't have tomatoes. It's a great recipe - thank you for bringing back a little of my childhood!
     
  3. Mandy S.
    Can this recipe be used for venison steaks? Is there any additional prep work?
     
  4. Cooking Criolla
    I tried this today and it came out great. I pounded the steak first, seasoned it with Goya Adobo seasoned salt and onion powder, i also added both to the flour. I wasn't sure if it was to cook covered or uncovered so I cooked it uncovered. I noticed that the "gravy" was almost all dried up and gummy after an hour of cooking. I took the steak out, added more water and used a hand blender made gravy and cooked for an additional hour. Came out great! Next time I'll cover the pan to ensure the liquid doesn't evaporate too quickly.
     
  5. Gill P
    Very good recipe. Easy and delicious. Been wanting a swiss steak recipe without tomatos for a while and this one is just right.
     

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