Slow-Cooked Swiss Steak
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 6 hours
Super easy & fast. 2hrs on high, 4 hrs on low. Cornmeal flour, venison, beef broth, lots of onions. No tomato. Will make again, very good. Never did this without browning first, but it works!
Delicious and easy! Can't wait to make it again!!
Seasonings are a personal choice and for my family I'll be adding more bell peppers, chili sauce, celery, garlic, and other spices. The swiss steak was SO tender. This was a wonderful starter recipe that we will build on to our tastes. I like the crockpot version, just add all the ingredients, turn on low for 8 hours and go about the day. Thanks for sharing!
Why does that look like meatloaf in the photo???
We make this with rice and enough water gor the rice in the bottom of the slowcooker. Delicious meal. Feel free to add bell pepper strips and carrots if desired.
nauticalady: how do you highlight only what you want to print? I used to just select the reviews I wanted to print, but for some reason I can't do that anymore. Anyway, this is a good basic recipe.
Yummy! This has become a go to for me. WW friendly and so tender. I used traditional oven with my roasting pan covered tightly with foil at 190-200 degrees. Just my preference for red meat and so successful.
Awesome meal.fast and easy. Meat so tender. Used tomatoe soup and added green pepper. Soooo good.
This is a version of the way I’ve made Swiss Steak for 40 years, except I use 2 cans of condensed tomato soup instead of tomato sauce. It makes a sweeter sauce. It can also be cooked in a regular oven after browning. In recent years, my family has insisted that we add a can sweet corn before serving it over noodles.
i MADE THIS FOR DINNER LAST NIGHT. My husband LOVED it!!! He's a picky eater when it comes to new dinners. I could make this again tonight and he'd be thrilled. I served it over whole wheat noodles. Wonderful. Passed it on.