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Nothing beats grandma’s classic Swiss steak recipe cooked low and slow in the crock pot.
My husband loves a good old-fashioned Swiss steak smothered in tomato sauce and cooked until the meat is as tender as my heart after watching Gone With The Wind. I’m telling you what, folks, this crock pot Swiss steak recipe made by Rob Green of YouTube is a real winner. You can’t just have one serving. I promise you that. After being cooked all day the meat turns out so tender and juicy. So yummy!
If Swiss steak is a go-to meal for you (or even if it isn’t) you MUST give Rob Green’s recipe a try. You won’t be sorry!
Are you ready to get the details on how to make this awesome recipe courtesy of Rob Green? Welp, high tail it on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and image courtesy of Rob Green and YouTube.
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Quick Tip: This recipe can also be made in a cast iron skillet.