Spanish Steak


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There is nothing better on a Winter day, especially these COLD ones, than to turn on the oven for Sunday dinner and fill the house with warmth and savory smells .... ahhhh comfort food!! One of my favorite recipes is Spanish Steak. I got this recipe from a good friend over 20 years ago and my family has enjoyed it ever since!

The recipe calls for green pepper, but since we are not fans, I never use the green pepper and it still turns out DELICIOUS!! The tomato soup makes a nice thick gravy that goes great over mashed potatoes.

Spanish Steak

Round Steak (about 1.5-2 pounds, either boneless or with a bone for more flavor)
1 can Tomato soup mixed with 1 can of water
1 medium onion, cut up
4 medium carrots, chopped
1 green pepper, chopped (optional)

1. Cut round steak into serving size pieces (about 2-3 inch squares).

2. Dip pieces of round steak in flour and brown in oil in frying pan. Then transfer to roaster.

3. Mix tomato soup and water in a separate bowl. Add carrots, onion and green pepper to meat and pour tomato soup mixture over meat and veggies.

4. Bake for about 3 hours at 350 degrees. Stir about every half hour. Add additional water if needed.

I like to serve over mashed potatoes as shown in picture.



  1. I have a hard time finding something good about winter, but looks like you found the positive side.


  2. I've never heard of this dish, it sounds so good though! I might just have to try it :) Thanks for joining us at the MaMade Blog Hop Joann! Always a pleasure to have you with us :). I hope you have a great weekend

  3. Can you do this on the stovetop?

    1. I have always baked it in the oven, but as long as you cook it slow and keep the meat in the liquid, it would probably work on the stovetop.


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