Swiss Steak

After doing a little search online it looks like there are hundreds of variations of what "swiss steak" is. This is Mike's mom's recipe and I'm excited to finally have's one of his favorites! She made us a double-batch before leaving so I was able to freeze part of it for later!

- 1 lb. round steak, cut in thin strips
- flour or rice flour
- oil
- 2-3 garlic cloves, minced
- 1/2 large onion, diced
- 28 oz. can diced tomatoes
- water and beef bouillon as wanted

- Get meat slices wet and then coat in flour of choice.
- Heat oil in pan and add meat. Brown on both sides, flipping over like pancakes when switching.
- Add the garlic and onion to the meat mixture and mix up.
- Add tomatoes and let simmer down on low, about 2 hours, scraping bottom of pan every 30 minutes.
- Add water (about 4 oz) and beef bouillon to get sauce to desired consistency and taste.
- Serve over rice with peas or green beans on the side.


The Duo Dishes said...

Looks like a quick and easy meal to make during the week. Nice recipe.