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How to Make Stuffed Top Round Steak
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Written by Jean Marshall   

Intro:  Stuffed top round steak is a delicious dish that really dresses up a piece of top round steak. It looks elaborate so think of it for your dinner guest or for that special occasion, anniversary, birthday, or Valentine’s Day. Stuffed top round steak is quite easy to make, and that cut of meat is less expensive than many other cuts of beef. Treat your family to a special meal staring stuffed top round steak.


Step 1:  Gather the ingredients to make stuffed top round steak:

3 cups soft breadcrumbs

1/4 cup onion, chopped

1/4  cup celery, chopped

1/2  tsp powdered sage

1/2  tsp salt

pepper to taste

1/3 cup beef bouillon

1 lb. top round steak, 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick

3 tbsp olive oil

1/4 cup water


Step 2:  Crumble soft bread to make 3 cups of breadcrumbs.

Step 3:  Combine breadcrumbs, onion, celery, seasonings, and enough beef bouillon to moisten.

Step 4:  Spread the stuffing on the steak; roll like a jellyroll from the long side, and tie in several places with string. (If you don’t have kitchen string, combine several pieces of white cotton sewing thread together.)

Step 5:  Cut the rolled stuffed top round steak into serving size pieces.

Step 6:  Add oil to a sauté pan, and brown the rolls on all sides.

Step 7:  Add water, cover tightly, and cook slowly, over low heat, for about 1 hour and 30 minutes or until the meat is tender.

Step 8:  Place the stuffed top round steak on a platter; make gravy with the drippings in the pan. Before serving, remove the string from the rolled steak.

Step 9:  Served stuffed top round steak with your favorite sides, and enjoy the many compliments on this delicious, economical dish.

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jswana said:

Any thing that says 'stuffed' gets my attention. I love stuffed chops so I know that I will love this recipe. It sounds so good!
August 17, 2010
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Margie Lynn said:

Margie Lynn
This sounds so good, I will be trying this recipe soon.
September 19, 2010
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