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Everyone I know talks about their family’s version of Swiss steak. I think it’s one of those classic dishes that is always going to stay a favorite, no matter how much time goes by.
Some have the classic version of grilled steak while some prefer a saucy recipe. In my family, we’ve always cooked it the saucy way. Our recipe includes diced tomatoes, together with some flour and vegetable shortening (or butter) it makes a wonderful sauce for the beef.
We always place it on top of hot white rice or make some baked potato wedges for a side. Sometimes we’ve even added some pork to the recipe. I think it makes it even more flavorful but it’s still delish even if you only use beef.
It really doesn’t matter whether I make this for a weeknight meal or a special occasion – it is always a huge success and we hardly ever get any leftovers… Which is why I would recommend making a double batch. Trust me, you won’t be sorry! This is also a great dish for those occasions when you need to serve a larger crowd.
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Quick Tip: Serve with a side of fries or salad.