This recipe has been used and loved for many years in my family. The meat comes out so very tender! My husband, who a real hearty meat & potatoes man absolutely loves this. This makes its own gravy to serve over the meat and with mashed potatoes or rice.
Looking for a unique dinner entrée to serve to your family on Easter? Try this Swiss steak recipe that cooks in a creamy mushroom sauce in your slow cooker and looks beautiful on a serving platter. Your family will absolutely love it!
Swiss Steak - quick, easy and delicious! (I did this in my electric skillet on low, cooking all ingredients in the electric skillet and avoided the mess of multiple pans and heating the house up with the oven for 2 hrs.)
Slow Cooker Swiss Steak. The original 1974 [not 1975] Rival Crock-Pot recipes called for 2-2/12 lbs. of round steak, a package of onion soup mix, 2 large cans of crushed tomatoes, and 2 cups of water. 8 hours on low. For a brown instead of red steak, substitute cream of mushroom soup for the tomatoes and a package of brown gravy mix for the onion soup mix. Both are easy and excellent. The 1975 Rival Crock- Pot version is totally different with carrots and celery and no soup mix.