Baked Swiss Steaks

Wow I remember before I went Paleo, every piece of beef was tough and had to be cooked a certain way, I have learned with grass fed beef is it doesn’t matter, it is going to be delicious and perfect everytime you cook it.  I didn’t need to bake these but it helped embark some great flavors.  

 

Baked Swiss Steaks
 
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Serves: 2
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Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit
  2. Ensure your grass fed swiss steaks are about 1/4 inch in thickness
  3. Preheat a saute pan on medium high heat on your stove
  4. Take your steaks and coat the exterior with salt, pepper, and 1/4 Cup of the almond flour
  5. Melt your coconut oil in the skillet and then sear each side of your steak for about 2 minutes and then place in a pregreased baking dish
  6. Add all of your remaining ingredients to the pan and cook for about 7-9 Minutes
  7. Pour your sauce over the steaks and cover with aluminum foil
  8. Bake for 60 minutes
  9. Enjoy

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4 Comments

  1. OK so i decided to try to make this for the husband today =) he’s superrr picky idk what to cook for him anymore… I’ve never heard of coconut aminos before and I’ve never used almond flour hmm. Excited and nervous hope he likes it =) Sometimes he throws out what i make and its so heartbreaking. Wish me Luck! lol =)

  2. When you call for "swiss steak" in the ingredients list, do you mean cube/minute steak? The kind with the lines cut through both sides almost to the middle in two directions? Looks almost like ground beef sticking out all over the surface?

    This sounds great! Can't wait to try it.

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