Tuesday, May 3, 2011

May 3, 2011: Slow Cooked Round Steak with Mushrooms Recipe

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One of the better values today in regards to meat is round steak. Being a cheap cut of meat, it requires a cooking technique that doesn’t make it tough as shoe leather. Outside of pounding it thin and cooking it quickly, like my fried round steak recipe, the best method of getting tender round steak is to use a crock pot.

This recipe is an original of mine that is somewhat similar to Stroganoff; if you wished to, you could certainly add a cup of sour cream right before serving.
Round Steak, Stroganoff style

Slow Cooked Round Steak with Mushrooms

1 pound round steak, sliced across the grain into pieces approximately 2” long
2 T. flour
Salt and pepper to taste
2 T. olive oil
2 t. Italian seasoning
½ can stewed tomatoes, diced
1 small can mushrooms, undrained
1 packet dry onion soup mix
½ cup water

Sprinkle the steak strips with salt and pepper, then toss with the flour. Add the olive oil to a crock pot heated to high heat. Add the flour-coated meat and stir occasionally, just until slightly browned on all sides.

Add the remaining ingredients and turn heat to medium. Cover and cook for about 6 hours, until tender. Serve over hot buttered rice or noodles.

Serves 2 - 3

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