I have been desperate to figure out something new to make for dinner; I’m growing a bit bored with the same ole stuff all the time. Typically, we have chicken, pork and hamburger meat with the occasionally roast tossed in when I’m cooking. I hate being so limited! This week seems to be my week of trying new things and experimenting with my own recipes.
I decided to get brave (really brave!) and figure out a recipe for cube steaks in the crock-pots. Usually when we have cube steaks hubby cooks but I wanted to see if I could make them instead. I did some searching online (love Pinterest!) and while I found a few that sounded okay, none were really want I wanted. I pulled inspiration from here and there, substituted and experimented and came up with a recipe of my own to attempt.
This recipe turned out okay, actually I guess it turned out pretty good but I feel like it needs to be tweaked just a bit to get the taste just right. Abby enjoyed it and for the second night in a row ate her dinner! Go me for finding another recipe for all of us to enjoy (and another one she’ll actually eat!).
Crock-Pot Cube Steaks:
- 6 Cube Steaks
- 2 cans of Cream of Mushroom Soup
- 1 can of Beef Broth
- 1 package of Onion Soup Mix
- Place the Cube Steaks in the crock-pot,
- Pour can of Beef Broth over the Cube Steaks,
- Sprinkle in the package of Onion Soup Mix,
- Dump in 2 cans of Cream of Mushroom Soup (I used a spoon to just slightly spread the soup out so it wasn’t a big blob),
- Cook on low for 8 hours
I chose to serve this with mashed potatoes and mac & cheese, the mashed potatoes were more what I wanted and hubby wanted the mac & cheese so we just went with both. The soup/broth becomes a wonderful gravy to serve the steaks with and to top off the potatoes with.
I plan to experiment a little more with this one, see if I can change up and improve the taste some. It was good enough as is to go ahead and post but for our liking, it needs something a little different. I’ll play around with it and will update when I find what works better (if anything does).
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