SWISS STEAK,with a sweet surprise twist!

Nancy J. Patrykus


When the weather is turning, and the cold winds are blowing...and snow is a comin.
To me it is time for good old comfort food.Along with stews and soups, what could be better than a SWISS STEAK recipe, with a surprise twist!
My recipe has an unusual because I added pineapple juice...that was left over from the HOLIDAY PINEAPPLE PIE, I baked last week.
Grandma taught me...
Waste not...Want not!! ..HA!
This really gives a great added flavor to this recipe.
Please enjoy!

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Family & guests


15 Min


1 Hr


1-1/2 lb
thick (1/2 to 3/4 inch).....round steak, trim all fat off!
1/2 c
chopped.... celery
1/2 c
sliced.... mushrooms
1/2 c
sliced and diced..... carrots
1 can(s)
(14.5oz) diced tomatoes
3/4 c
sliced and diced .... sweet onions
1/2 tsp
garlic powder
1 tsp
dried parsley
3/4 c
3/4 c
pineapple juice ..( a sweet twist ....juice saved from my holiday pineapple pie recipe)
salt and pepper to taste

Directions Step-By-Step

With a fork, pierce steak at 1/2 inch intervals,
on both sides.
Cut into serving size portions.

In a large bowl, blend sesonings, tomatoes, water, pineapple juice.
Add steak, and refrigerate for for 1/2 hour.
Then remove steak, ...Save the liquid.
..celery, carrots, onions and mushrooms are added later.
In a large skillet brown the drained steak,
in a little oil.
Add saved liquid, add celery, carrots,onions and mushrooms.
Bring to a low boil,reduce heat.
Cover and simmer 1 hour, or until steak is tender.
Turning occasionally.
If needed, add a little water.
I also added a dash of beef
browning liquid,for color.
I serve this with mashed potatoes and green beans.
It is also great with rice.
Or noodles like my:
HOMEMADE NOODLES, waiting to dry. Foto #3


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