Slow Cooker Tender and Yummy Round Steak Recipe
Boneless round steak is cut into serving-size pieces and cooked with vegetables in a simmering liquid made of condensed mushroom soup and dry onion soup.
This recipe does wonders to inexpensive cuts of meat such beef round bottom round steaks (got mine from Sams club). I did run about 1.5 hours short on time so here is what I did. I placed baby carrots & yellow onions on bottom, cut steaks into 4in by 4in pieces and layered on top of veggies. Used beef broth, soup mix & mushroom soup on top and set on high for 1.5 hours then changed to low setting for another 5 hours. Added sliced raw mushrooms in last 40 minutes. My carrot did not turn out mushy as others said. Steak, to my surprise, was tender enough to shred by fork and had great flavor! Even my 3 year old loved it and he doesn't eat much meat. I served with mashed potatoes & french bread yummy! Also, you can make thicker gravy out of the crock pot sauce.. was overall VERY good dish for not a lot of work or money =) I'm writing this review as I'm eating the leftovers for lunch the next day, just as good!
a very good easy recipe.good flavored creamy gravy,even my picky wife liked it.probably the easiest crockpot recipe i have ever made for round steak.
Fairly good, but needs salt pepper and a little more spice. DO NOT add more wate to this recipe. The vegetables and meat mixed with the soups and water are enough liquid. I didn't think so. That could have been the reason it wasn't as tasty as I would have liked . Overall a good working mom's meal.
I browned the meat first and added some spices for flavor...however, after cooking on low for 8 hours it still came out pretty tasteless and the meat was tough. Also, the potatoes were still hard after the 8 hours. I don't know what I did wrong!
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Really Good!! I browned the meat first and deglazed the pan with 1C water. I added that water to the soup mixes, cut the onion into quarters and I could have added more of them (but I had read that others thought the onion flavor was too much) I also added and a few stalks of celery cooked it on high for 6 hrs and it was perfectly done. I will make this again the family loved it and there were no leftovers.
This is the recipe I used in 1967 when I was first learning to cook. If you don't have a slow cooker, do like we did, wrap everything in foil and bake.