This Swiss Steak is FLAVOR BOMB of Goodness

This delicious, easy-to-make Swiss steak recipe with slow-braised beef in tomatoes and vegetables is the ultimate comfort food.


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  1. If you wanna take the cream corn to the next level, chop up the cobs and simmer them in water for half an hour or so, reduce the liquid to 1 cup and use the corn stock instead of milk.

  2. I made this today along with some homemade mashed potatoes. The swiss steak turned out great but the creamed corn… Oh wow, everyone LOVED it. I'll be making that as a side dish again very soon. Thank you for taking the time to share the content you do!

  3. When I was a kid my mom’s Swiss steak had a round bone in it. You can’t find that cut any longer. I think mashed potatoes goes best with steak due to the gravy. This did look delicious.

  4. Absolutely amazing dish! So worth the effort and time! Just finished eating it with my family. Everyone loved it, even the pickiest on all eaters! Thank you, Chef Billy!! One more treasure in my recipe book!

  5. I made this for dinner and it was AMAZING! Followed the recipe exactly, but sides were mashed potatoes and broccoli (what I had on hand). Husband and son rated it a 10! Thank you very much for such a great recipe.

  6. Just tried this using chuck roast and it was excellent. I browned the meat in two batches and had a problem with fond burning by the time the second batch was complete. Fond was black and bitter, so I wiped out the pan before proceeding with vegetables. In reviewing the video again, I can see at the 4:00 mark the fond is black. Any guidance from anybody?

  7. That's one decadent Sunday supper! My mother made Swiss Steak with either round steak or a blade roast. She never used tomato though, it was always a brown gravy. I miss you, Mom! I've never made creamed corn before and that addition of crispy lardons was fabulous food porn!

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