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Venison Swiss

TomK's picture

2 lbs of good venison steak

1/2 cup flour

2 TB cooking oil

1 tp salt and pepper

1 TB mustard powder

heat the oven to 325

Mix flour,mustard powder,salt and pepper.

Pound flour mixture into steak with a meat mallet, edge of plate, mouth of a coke bottle, or whatever you use... Brown on both sides in hot cooking oil.

Place the steaks into a greased roasting pan or casserole dish of suitable size. (I prefer to have a container large enough to hold the steaks in a single layer)

Take -- 1 - cup diced carrots, 1 - cup sliced onions, 1 - can stewed tomatoes (about 14 oz), 1 tablespoon of brown sugar and mix all together, pour over steak/steaks. Cover and bake for 2 hours...

serves 5  to 6....


dcharrison's picture
Beef

Just substitute beef for the venison, Carol.  That's the only way I would do it.

Cindy/KS

Yum!

Tom,

Thanks for sharing this, I will make sure Lovina gets this! - Kevin

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