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Slow-Cooker Saucy Swiss Steak

Slow-Cooker Saucy Swiss Steak recipe
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Throw the fixings in the slow cooker in the morning, then enjoy a steak-and-peppers main dish simmering in a tomato-based sauce for dinner.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
8 hr 15 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
9/19/2011
So yummy! I added a bit more beef broth to make sure I had enough liquid in the crock pot,threw in a tsp of italian seasoning, and put in 1/4 cup of the dressing into the pot as well. I served over mashed potatoes. The meat was so tender it just fell apart and the flavor was delicious. I am putting this on my favorite dinners list!
posted:
8/21/2011
I made this recipes with the beef & it just tasted a little off. So, I now make this recipe with boneless pork loin & turn it into carnitas. It is fabulous!!! The diced tomoatoes and zesty Italian dressing give the pork something special I think.
posted:
5/11/2011
Lacks flavor. Take the advise from others and add something to it.
posted:
4/17/2011
Easy to make - Flavorful - Nice Family Meal. The whole crew enjoyed it! Will make again!
posted:
3/3/2011
Excellent and VERY delicious. I plan to make it again very soon!
posted:
2/17/2011
I liked this recipe a lot. I made it for a potluck at work and there was nothing left by the end of the lunch. i used mozzarella instead of swizz cheese though and it was very flavorful. :)
posted:
1/30/2011
pretty good and tasty but not very saucy
posted:
1/22/2011
I used cubed steaks for mine, turned out SO GOOD!
posted:
1/17/2011
very good, easy and simple to make.
posted:
12/5/2010
The whole family loved this recipe. This is a sure keeper!I even used 2 pounds of chuck blade and had enough sauce. The only thing i changed was a full can of the 6 oz tomato paste vs 1/4 cup and still sauce was a nice gravy.
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