So-Tender Swiss Steak
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 2 hours
Jeff, Wish we were all as perfect as you. This was always Swiss steak in my house too. This recipe is fantastic. Brought back good memories.
my very picky hubby loved this
Not sure what went wrong, but when I went to take it out of the oven it was burnt to the bottom of the pan. Maybe try it again and add more water and check before 2 hours is up.
I love this recipe, first time i made it it turned out delicious,
For Jeff: this must be an “Ohio Swiss steak” because this is the way my mother always made it, probably minus the onions, and when you see a Swiss steak dinner advertised for church or benefit suppers, this is it. (And I see that Linda, who posted the recipe, is from Ohio!) I’m adding mushrooms to mine and am hoping it’s as good as Mother made!
This is not Swiss steak. This is some kind of beef and gravy over noodles. Look at every other recipe online and you’ll see it cooked in a tomato based liquid, not gravy. I’m sure it’s good, but it’s not Swiss steak. Per Wikipedia- Swiss steak is a dish of meat, usually beef, that is swissed by rolling or pounding before being braised in a cooking pot of stewed vegetables and seasonings
This was called steak and noodles in our house. We liked gravy coated noodles so much we made extra gravy by adding brown gravy mix and more beef broth. For stroganoff we would add mushrooms and sour cream and sliced bites instead of steak size. Made it yesterday over small salt potatoes. Yum
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This is very similar to a recipe I used years ago that I got out of a magazine except it called for chopped onions, a can of sliced mushrooms, and celery salt for some or all of salt. It was so good, but I've lost it--'heart broken'! If anyone has that recipe, I'd be so grateful to have it again!!
Followed recipe exactly with good results. For Joseph who can't easily find a way to print the recipe: Presumably you can access this page. Immediately below the picture are several "buttons". Click on the "Print" button. Another window will pop up and this time the "Print" button is on the left side of the recipe. Follow the prompts.