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Crock Pot Cube Steak with Mushroom Gravy

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Steak so tender you won’t need a knife!

Ingredients

  • ½ whole Onion
  • 6 whole Mushrooms
  • 4 whole Cube Steaks
  • 1 can Cream Of Mushroom Soup (14.5 Ounces)
  • 1 can Cream Of Chicken Soup (14.5 Ounces)
  • 1 can Beef Consomme (14.5 Ounces)
  • 1 cube Beef Bouillon
  • 1 Tablespoon Flour, If Needed For Thickening (optional)

Preparation

Chop up your onion and slice your mushrooms.

In the crock pot, add your cans of cream soups. You can experiment here with what you have on hand. I had planned on using two cans of cream of mushroom but I didn’t have two! Instead I used one can of cream of chicken and it turned out amazingly. Also, add your beef consomme or beef broth. Stir it around and add in your bouillon cubes.

Add in your cube steak, making sure to cover it in sauce. Add the onion and mushrooms.

Cook on low for 6-8 hours or high for 4-6 hours. I did end up adding about a tablespoon of flour at the end to thicken the gravy just a little bit. The meat will be so tender at the end of cooking that it will easily fall apart!

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Erica Gassaway on 2.29.2016

Oh my….I wanted to like this recipe, I really did. It just seemed so simple and fool proof that I doubled the recipe, just sure that it was going to be a hit. However, I don’t like it – and neither did my family. I did use two cans of cream of mushroom soup and followed the recipe to the letter. Covered and put in my crock pot for six hours only. The meat was tender, but the texture was absolutely terrible. Grainy and pebbly feeling inside the mouth. You how cube steak looks as though it’s been run over by a piece of lawn equipment with the ridges and valleys and tracks? Unfortunately, that was the texture; the meat breaks apart in your mouth into little pieces that taste as though you have dirt or sand in your mouth. The gravy was good, but couldn’t overcome the meat. I’m not sure what to do with the six pieces of leftover cube steak and gravy out of the eight that I prepared. I really cannot afford to waste that much meat, but I’m not sure how to overcome the nasty texture. In the future, I guess I’ll go back to frying the cube steak and making my own gravy….bummer, particularly since frying from scratch takes too long for a work night/school night meal in my household.

The concept was excellent, but I’m not sure what went wrong and where. I get my meat from a high quality meat market and have never had this kind of issue before with cube steak.

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Erica Gassaway on 2.29.2016

Oh my….I wanted to like this recipe, I really did. It just seemed so simple and fool proof that I doubled the recipe, just sure that it was going to be a hit. However, I don’t like it – and neither did my family. I did use two cans of cream of mushroom soup and followed the recipe to the letter. Covered and put in my crock pot for six hours only. The meat was tender, but the texture was absolutely terrible. Grainy and pebbly feeling inside the mouth. You how cube steak looks as though it’s been run over by a piece of lawn equipment with the ridges and valleys and tracks? Unfortunately, that was the texture; the meat breaks apart in your mouth into little pieces that taste as though you have dirt or sand in your mouth. The gravy was good, but couldn’t overcome the meat. I’m not sure what to do with the six pieces of leftover cube steak and gravy out of the eight that I prepared. I really cannot afford to waste that much meat, but I’m not sure how to overcome the nasty texture. In the future, I guess I’ll go back to frying the cube steak and making my own gravy….bummer, particularly since frying from scratch takes too long for a work night/school night meal in my household.

The concept was excellent, but I’m not sure what went wrong and where. I get my meat from a high quality meat market and have never had this kind of issue before with cube steak.

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