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Swiss Steak - The Movie

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Published on Sep 7, 2008

My recipe for some good ol' comfort food - best served over garlicy mashed potatoes. The recipe is listed at the bottom of this sidebar.

The musical score was arranged and created by me, entitled, "Swiss Steak" - a free public domain mp3 is now available at soundclick, if you like:

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_...

Charts position
highest in charts:# 331 (of 129,430 in Alernative)
highest in sub-genre:# 58 (of 28,804 in Expermental)

The Song Whisperer was at it again, I fear :)

Swiss Steak
(all ingredients approx)

2# round steak, cut in 3x4 inch steaks
2 large whole red peppers, rough chop
2 large sweet onions, rough chop
1 (or 2) 1# 12 ounce cans diced tomatoes
1 (or 2) large cans tomato sauce
sea salt
cracked pepper
basil and/or oregano (fresh if possible) otherwise, to taste
*option fresh ingredients from herb garden (I used cilantro, rosemary and red anaheim peppers).

Cut the meat into 3 x 4 inch steaks, set aside. Prepare the onions and peppers giving them a rough cut along with any herbs.

Add tomato sauce to pot, then meat - coat the meat. Add diced tomatoes and stir. Add the vegetables, and stir.

Cook long and slow until the meat falls apart (at least 3 or 4 hours) stirring occasionally. Add the seasonings towards the end of cooking. I cook with the lid on until near the end, where I will then allow a little reduction.

[note] This recipe easily adapts to either a slow cooker or a pressure cooker - depending upon your available time and kitchen resources.

Serve over garlicy mashed potatoes. A hearty fullfilling meal.

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