Fork Tender Baked Round Steak

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When I was growing up money was tight and we didn’t usually have steak. However, my mom use to make this delicious Fork Tender Baked Round Steak and I loved it. We use to fight over who would eat the bone marrow from the bone and we ended up taking turns. Now I get the bone marrow all myself…..every time! You won’t believe how delicious this is and it just falls apart. This recipe has so much flavor and it is the best Round Steak recipe I have ever made! Four of us devoured this entire plate of meat at one meal!

 

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Ingredients

 

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Cut your Round Steak into

large serving size pieces.

 

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Salt and pepper both sides of

each piece then coat in flour.

 

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Put the floured meat onto a cutting

board and using a meat tenderizer,

pound the flour into the

meat on both sides.

 

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Heat the oil in a large frying pan

over medium heat.

 

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Add the prepared

meat and cook until lightly browned.

 

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Place the meat in a roaster pan with a lid.

Try not to overlap the meat, keep it flat.

 

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Add the can of beef broth, cover and bake

in a preheated 350 degree oven for

2 hours or until the liquid is gone.

Check frequently so it doesn’t

over cook and burn. The meat will

be a golden brown, moist and tender.

 

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Remove with a spatula as it will

be so tender it may fall apart, then serve.

 

Fork Tender Baked Round Steak

  • Difficulty: Intermediate
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Ingredients

  • 1 –  3# round steak
  • 1 – 14 oz can beef broth
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • all purpose flour, about 2 cups
  • 3 Tbsp vegetable oil, more if needed

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Cut the round steak into large serving pieces.
  3.  Salt and pepper both sides of the meat.
  4. Flour both sides of the beef.
  5. Using a meat tenderizer, pound the flour into the meat.
  6. Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium heat.
  7. Add the floured meat and cook until lightly browned.
  8. Place the meat flat (try not to overlap the meat) into a roaster pan that has a lid.
  9. Add the can of beef broth and put the lid on.
  10. Bake for 2 hours or until the liquid is gone. Watch carefully at the end so the meat doesn’t dry out and burn. The bottom of the pan should still be wet.
  11. Remove with a spatula so they don’t fall part then serve.

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Categories: Roast Beef, Steak

23 Comments »

    • Kurian this really isn’t that difficult, just messy when you pound the flour into the meat. This is one of the first recipes I learned to make when I moved out of my parents home. If you follow the step by step directions you will see that you can do this one and it is so worth the effort! Give it a try.

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      • Thank you Diane for the encouragement and tips. It shows how nice and helpful a person you are. I am fortunate to have met you and learn from you. Keep well Diane and take care

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