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Steak Strips

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" This can be made early and cooked while you shop or clean your house. Very tasty! "

Ingredients

4 thick tenderized minute steaks
Flour
1 tablespoon fat
Salt and pepper, to taste
2 tablespoons dry onion soup mix
4 tablespoons dry Au Jus packaged mix
2 cups water
2 tablespoons flour
Potato chunks, if desired
Baby carrots, if desir

Instructions

Freeze steak until firm and then cut into 3/4-inch by 3-inch strips. Dredge with flour and brown in 1 tablespoon fat. Transfer to slow cooker and add: Salt and pepper to taste, dry onion soup mix, Au Jus mix (from package) and 2 cups water. Cover and cook on medium for 3 hours or until meat is tender. Mix 2 tablespoons flour with water and thicken liquid. Serve over rice or potatoes. Note: "For a complete meal, chunks of potatoes and baby carrots may be added the last hour of cooking."

Jean Woodburn
Hillsdale



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