Recipe by Chuck Schmahl
"An old family favorite salvaged from our 30-plus-year-old cookbook. We like this served over egg noodles. I like to increase the tomatoes to a 15 1/2-ounce can, and I use a full green pepper and add a teaspoon of paprika."
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ground black pepper
1 (2 pound)
beef round steak, 1 inch thick
water, or as needed
1 (8 ounce) can
green bell pepper, chopped
salt and ground black pepper to taste
Had to double flour mixture and added celery on last step. Came out great, very tender and wife and I ate til we were catatonic.
Added a few steps - chicken-fried the steak (had better luck with the coating) put in a 9x13 baking pan, added the peppers, tomatoes and onion, covered and baked at 350 for approximately one hour. Tender!
used red and yellow peppers,and used fresh tomato's out of the garden.the whole family loved it.....(-:..
My daughter had a similar dish at a friend's cattle branding, but it was prepared by the chuck wagon in a Dutch oven over a fire. She kept describing it & asking me to prepare it, so I went searching for a recipe & this is the one I settled on. She says it is mighty close to what they ate at branding. My family went crazy over it & it is now on our list of family favorites!
I did this in the crockpot for about 5 1/2 hrs. I tasted at the end and definitely thought it need more sauce and seasoning...so I added in about a cup more water, a bouillon cube and some garlic powder...also added a flour water slurry to thicken it up a bit. Served it over egg noodles, topped with some chopped fresh parsley, and it was devoured!
I had never made Swiss steak and came upon this recipe, now i make it at least once a month for myself and my husband and we love it. I never do anything different, except I use chicken stock in place of water. Also, I sometimes use tenderizer on an inexpensive cut of beef, but as long as the beef is pounded out and cooked for the time stated, it really isn't necessary, it is nice and tender. We eat ours with steamed jasmine rice, yummy! Thanks for this great recipe.
This was great! I also baked it and added about a cup of beef broth and a tsp of Worcestershire sauce. Will definitely make again.
Everyone in the house loved it
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 214
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