Old School Country Style Steak {crockpot}

Hubs requested Country Style Steak also known as cube steak for Sunday dinner. I have never been a huge fan, cube steak to me has always been a bit chewy, texture is a big thing for me. But, he so rarely actually asks for anything specific for dinner that I thought I would be sweet and give it a shot.  I reached out to my fb friends and asked for suggestions on how to proceed. I used what I had on hand and it was REALLY good!! I will defiantly make it again!


Where did I start you ask? I bought cube steak (1 package had 3 pieces, perfect.) Then I mixed flour, seasoning salt and a ton of black pepper. Dredged the cube steak in the mix.



I then seared the meat in hot oil in my iron skillet to give it a beautiful brown color. This step adds a ton of flavor and it also helps keep the steaks together.



Then I put all my ingredients in a warm crockpot set on low and 6 hours later we had this yummy Country Style Steak for dinner! And it was SO EASY!!!


For dredging meat:

1/2 cup flour

1 T Richard’s Seasoning Salt (or whatever you have on hand)

1-2 t garlic powder

lots of black pepper

Coat bottom of iron skillet with oil, heat and sear meat. Place in warm crockpot.

Sauce in crockpot:

1 can low sodium beef or chicken broth

1 can cream of Mushroom or golden mushroom

1 packet Lipton Onion Soup Mix

several dashes of Worcestershire Sauce

Dump everything in crockpot, set to low, wait 6 hrs  and ENJOY!!

xoxo, Mama Bird