Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Flank steak simmers to tenderness in Prego® Pasta Sauce and is sliced thinly to serve with sauteed onions."
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1 1/2 pounds
beef flank steak
Italian seasoning, crushed
Prego® Traditional Italian Sauce
Browned this and put in the crockpot. Was good but not great. Served it with pasta.
What a waste of a good piece of meat. I should know better than to use an unrated recipe. Making this for dinner last night made this clear. There just wasn't a lot of flavor. It was a bland unseasoned steak with canned spaghetti sauce poured over it. (Guess I should have gotten that when I read the ingredients, but I was optimistic. Won't make that mistake again.) This was is NOT a keeper.
my mother used to make this all the time, but she used to really season it up with lots of Oregano and garlic. Simmer for a long time in the sauce. Serve it as is or over pasta or bread.
A suggetion is to marinate the meat in chopped galic and olive oil overnight. I usually slice the meat into strips and simmer in a pot of tomato sauce like meatballs or sausage would. It makes the meat very tender and can be served over pasta like meatballs or sausage. I generally make a big enough pot for all three sausage, meatballs and steak.
i really like this recipe it taste amazing just add a little bit of oregeno it taste even better great job. THIS IS A KEEPER.
I did not care for this. That is it.
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