I give this five stars before even trying it. Why? I love cube steak, always have, we have it once or twice a month pan fried. Now I cook for my mother in law five times a week and she likes her food very tender. I KNOW I will love this because it's exactly like my pan fried recipe, only difference is the slow baked simmering. I wanted a recipe to make the meat tender like old fashioned Swiss Steak, one of my mother in laws favorite dishes. I don't enjoy pounding the round steak before slow cooking Swiss Steak for a couple of hours. Now I see I can take my mother in laws Swiss Steak recipe and adapt it to cube steak. Now I have a way to fix tender meat in one of her favorite meals and one of mine. Thanks for sharing. Simplicity is something to celebrate! * Well, now it's nine hours later and I stand by my Five Star review. I kept getting comments all during the meal saying, "This is really good." One of my sons said, "I think I like this better than pan fried cube steak." The meat was fall apart tender. I put one can cream of mushroom soup, 3 cans water, one tsp minced garlic, and five bullion cubes in a bowl, stirred together and set aside. I browned 10 cube steaks as described in recipe, then sliced 2 small onions. I layered the meat in a dutch oven, spread onions over the top of the meat poured the wet mixture to cover it all, baked covered in 275 degree oven four hours, served over rice with a warm roll and a side of steamed carrots and parsley flakes.
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I give this five stars before even trying it. Why? I love cube steak, always have, we have...