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For as long as I can remember, swiss steak has always been one of my parent’s favorite meals. Now that they are older, I enjoy cooking for them, and of course, I make slow cooker Swiss steak on the regular. It’s easy to make and I always double the batch so I can feed my mom and dad plus my own family.
Using the slow cooker to make this wonderful meal gives you the freedom to leave the kitchen to perform other duties around the house or yard. You don’t have to worry about whipping up a wholesome meal because you have one cooking for you int he Crock Pot. It’s a win-win situation.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Slow Cookerster.
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Quick Tip: I always serve this meal over egg noodles.