Swiss Steak Italian Style
A new twist on the classic Swiss taste. Marinara sauce and red wine makes this steak recipe stand out with style!
Granny's Swiss Steak
This is comfort food at its best. My Granny makes it for me frequently when I visit. The sauce is good and thick. Serve with corn muffins.
Slow Cooker Swiss Steak
I threw this together in my crock pot one day and we loved it! A little time consuming because I sauteed the vegetables and browned the meat first, but it's well worth it. Browning the meat first gives it a better flavor. This is great with mashed potatoes!
Al's Baked Swiss Steak
This is a variation on another recipe, which is great as is, but I couldn't make Swiss steak without green peppers or garlic. I also season the meat instead of the flour; it gets a more intense taste that way.
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 ½-ounce can, and I use a full green pepper and add a teaspoon of paprika.
Instant Pot® Swiss Steak
Bottom round steak and a few kitchen staples is comfort food. When the leaves start to fall and the temperatures drop it's time for something hearty. I've used bottom round but any tough, lean cut of beef will work. Serve over noodles or rice to soak up all of that great sauce.
Easy and Quick Swiss Steak
This was my favorite growing up. I was amazed when I was older and asked my mom for the recipe how EASY it is! A small amount of prep. time, a day in the slow cooker, and you'll be amazed! It sounds too simple to be good... TRUST me! This gets RAVE reviews when we make it! The amount of vegetables is only an estimate. Use as many or as few as you choose. When it's done, you will have a yummy gravy, and will have to carefully dig for the steak pieces.
My Mom's Swiss Steak
This is so easy and all done in one pot! It is delicious and everyone including kids will love it! This recipe is tried and true, impossible to fail! It can also be doubled or tripled without problems, but lower the heat on the second and third batch when browning, as not to burn.