1Buy a very large piece of sirloin steak (1 1/2 - 2lbs). Sprinkle the steak with flour, salt and pepper and pound this into the steak to tenderize it. Mum used to use an old saucer :) I use the ridged side of my meat tenderizer. It gets messy with flour, so I think the saucer is a great idea lol
2Cut steak into 2 - 3" pieces. Make sure you leave meat covered lightly in flour.
3Braise/sear meat in frying pan or dutch oven (with lid) in fat (I use a little lard). If there is any grease left after braising, remove meat and discard the grease, but leave behind the browned pot stickings.
4Add 1 (28 oz) can of tomatoes (stewed are nice) and 1 medium cooking onion, sliced, and rings pulled apart. Add a dash of worchestershire sauce if you want.
5Low simmer covered until most of the liquid is absorbed (need enough liquid to keep it from getting too thick). Stir occasionally for at least 2 hours. Test the meat. You should be able to break it apart easily with a fork. Cook longer if necessary. Mum just added a little water if the sauce started getting too thick. She always served it with mashed potatoes and corn niblets.