If you are just tuning in, this is post 2 for the day. Post 1 was about a little mini makeover we did in the girls room with things we had lying around the house and shed. FUN!
This supper is SO simple and comes together really really quickly. We got a side of beef 2 years ago, and I am just finishing up the last of our minute steaks. Grass fed beef tastes SOO much better than the stuff in the stores. Hopefully we can purchase another side soon, I am running out!!!!
SIMPLE SMOTHERED STEAKS
- 4 whole Minute Steaks
- Salt And Pepper, to taste
- 1 can (10 3/4 Oz) Can Cream Of Mushroom Soup
- 1 can Water (use Soup Can)
- 1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
- 2 packages Fresh Mushroom Slices, Sauteed In Butter
- OR In A Bind, 2 6.5 Oz Cans Of Mushrooms Slices, Drained
- 2 Tablespoons Butter For Sauteeing Fresh Mushrooms
Salt and pepper minute steaks, sear on each side in a hot skillet. Arrange in the bottom of a Pyrex dish. In a seperate bowl, combine soup, water, mushrooms and Worcestershire sauce. Pour over steaks and bake at 325ºF for 1 1/2 hours. Serve with homemade mashed potatoes, steamed green beans and whole wheat rolls. Serve with the mushroom “gravy” over minute steak and potatoes.
Simple and delicious!
This is some serious comfort food folks, hope you enjoy it. Our family LOVES this supper!
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I’ve always wanted to try grass-fed beef, because I’ve heard it does taste so much better.
My hubs would go bonkers over this delicious, yet easy, recipe. Thanks for sharing. Nothing beats fresh ‘MOO’ in the freezer. =)
Your picture makes me hungry!
I agree, grass fed meat is yummy…but I am biased, I raise my own. 😉
Oh my goodness, we have a 12 acre pasture out back with windmill and lean to, Dale totally wants to raise our own. This countrified city girl is a bit hesitant! Don’t get me wrong, I’d love a freezer full of meat I KNOW is safe, but man, how do you kill “Bessie”? You know!? 🙂
ok..so 2 down and one to go 🙂 Hamburger soup, chicken dressing casserole and now this 🙂 My husband is happy!
Does the searing step help lock in the seasoning? I had never done that….
That is my understanding, seals in the juices and improves flavor. YAY! I am so glad you are trying new recipes and reporting back, LOVE it!