Lose Weight with Oven Cooked Steak

Looking for one of the best ways to cook steak? Oven cooked steak is your ticket to a mouth watering delight that will satisfy even the most discerning diners.


2 pounds round steak, preferably grassfed
Salt to taste
1 Tablespoon pepper
2 teaspoons garlic powder
4 Tablespoons flour
1/2 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 cup hot bouillon


Cut the round steak into ¾-inch slices. Sprinkle salt on each portion; pound with meat mallet. Lightly sprinkle both sides of each piece with pepper and garlic powder. Dump half the flour and the steak pieces into a paper bag or bread bag. Shake vigorously until steak pieces are covered with flour. (Note: I prefer a bread bag so I can see when the meat is thoroughly covered.)

Sear the floured steaks in a heavy skillet. Remove steaks and place in a shallow roasting pan. Cover with celery, onions, and bouillon. Cover and bake at 300° F for about two hours.

Remove steaks from roasting pan and place on a serving platter. To make the gravy, mix the rest of the flour with a slight amount of cold water and blend into the juices remaining in the pan. Simmer for about five minutes. Pour over the steak and serve immediately.

With this oven cooked steak recipe, you could find yourself cooking perfect steak time after time.

When I butcher and cut meat (Yes, I do!), I enjoy coming to the round steak area.

It's one of the cuts with the least amount of fat, especially if the meat is from a grassfed cow or steer. The meat is dark red with no bones or fat. Eating grassfed is tasty and one of the best ways to lose or control weight.

At Grassfed Recipes we urge everyone to eat natural, healthful foods. Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine wrote, "Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food." In that light, grassfed meat, milk and eggs are the best "medicines."

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