Swiss Delight Braised Steak


Swiss Delight Braised Steak

Swiss Delight Braised Steak
Swiss Delight Braised Steak

This Swiss Delight Braised Steak is the perfect dinner for two recipe when you really want to treat your significant other. Show off your amazing cooking skills with this this delicious steak dinner recipe. Plus, this is a great dinner recipe for a romantic evening or just when you want to treat your significant other because they had a hard week. While this recipe does take a little bit more time and effort, it really makes a great date night recipe when you're not feeling like going out, but want to dine fancy!

Cooking Time2 hr

Cooking MethodBraising


Total Timeunder 4 hours

Recipe CourseMain Course


Taste and TextureSavory


  • 1 1/2 pound beef round steak, 3/4" thick
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil, divided
  • 1 cup sliced mushrooms
  • 1 3/4 cup beef broth, divided
  • 1 can golden mushroom soup (10 oz.)


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

  2. Heat olive oil in a large skillet.

  3. Sauté mushrooms until tender and lightly browned.  Add ½ cup of the broth to the pan to deglaze any bits off the bottom.

  4. Add mushroom soup and stir until mixed well. 

  5. Add meat to the skillet pan and remaining broth.

  6. Bake, covered for 2 hours. Serve with mashed potatoes and a vegetable .

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I'm still a little perturbed that I have a recipe box but there's no longer a link on the site to save to the recipe box. So I just have to share on an external recipe keeping app. Love the recipe and can't wait to make it.

I would not consider this a recipe for two. It is too much red meat for only two people! That would be 3/4 of a pound each!

Wow, this recipe looks amazing! I'm getting hungry just by looking at it!

This is the "Swiss" steak recipe I have been looking for. No tomato in it. We made this in the family years ago. Flour, salt and pepper were pounded into the meat before browning it. And the gravy did not include canned soup. The comments with alternatives are very helpful in refreshing my memory to prepare this delicious dish. I have steak in fridge awaiting its call to duty. I expect it to earn five stars.

Beef has never really been my thing but this recipe sounds so delicious and the mushrooms definitely have me wanting to give it a try. Although, if you were to sear the steak in a cast iron skillet first and then saute the mushrooms in the same pan with butter and garlic afterward, the mushrooms can pick up the flavor of the beef and then, it can be baked and served with your choice of sides...I think wild rice would compliment it really well.

This Swiss Delight Braised Steak is SUPER YUMMMMY!! I left out the can of mushroom soup (because I do not like using tinned soup as sauce) and made a home made mushroom sauce instead but that was the only change to the recipe. Oh except I cooked it a little slower because needed to be at an appointment. It is delicious, comforting food and perfect for the whole family.

This slow braised beef dish is one of the reasons why I love my big cast iron skillet! Since you can take it from the stovetop right into a hot oven, it is so versatile! This recipe tastes just like the version my mother made as a child, and the wonderful aroma of it bubbling away in the oven really brings me back home.

I can't get over how easy this Swiss Delight Braised Steak is to make. I love steak and mushrooms, and this just takes it to the next level with the addition of the mushroom soup. The steak comes out so tender and juicy, and the sauce is great. You really can't go wrong with this Swiss Steak recipe.

swiss steak is so delicious


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