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    Steak Normandy casserole

    I made the yummiest dinner tonight. Just thought I'd share my recipe for
    STEAK NORMANDY

    preheat oven to 350F

    Ingredients
    2lb chuck or skirt steak
    1 onion
    1 clove garlic
    2 to 3 rashers bacon
    2 tablespoons flour
    1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
    1 dessert spoon sugar
    2 tablespoons tomato sauce or puree
    2 tablespoons vinegar
    1 cup beef stock
    salt and pepper


    Method
    • cut steak into 1 inch squares, combine flour and sugar in a bag, coat the steak in the flour mixture.
    • peel and slice onion, line bottom of casserole dish with them. Sprinkle with finely chopped garlic
    • place meat on top, pour sauces, vinegar and stock over.
    • let stand (marinate) for several hours, or overnight
    • top with bacon strips, season with salt and pepper.
    • cover and bake in moderate oven for 90 minutes.
    • remove cover for last 20 minutes to crisp bacon.
    I sometimes make dumplings and place ontop of the casserole for the last 15 minutes.

    Dumplings
    • sift together 1 cup self-raising flour, and 1/2 teasponn salt
    • rub in 1 tablespoon butter
    • add 1/2 cup milk, stirring quickly to make a soft sticky dough
    • drop dumpling dough by heaped tablespoons full ontop of hot bubbling casserole
    serve with baked potatoes, corn cobs and peas
    Sarah



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    When you say tomato sauce, is that our tomato sauce or ketchup???? I know you all call ketchup tomato sauce.
    Last edited by loobylou; 08-29-2008 at 09:48 AM.

  3. Lip smacking tasty esp as I add mushrooms to mine too lol This is realy tasty folks and one of my hubbies favourites. yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by christie003d View Post
    When you say tomato sauce, is that our tomato sauce or ketchup???? I know you all call ketchup tomato sauce.
    Either will work Christie. Today I actually used ketchup because i didn't have any tomato puree around.
    Sarah



  5. sounds yummy. After dropping the dumpling dough on the casserole, do you cover backup and bake it or leave it uncovered??

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    Quote Originally Posted by logcabincreations View Post
    sounds yummy. After dropping the dumpling dough on the casserole, do you cover backup and bake it or leave it uncovered??
    I leave it uncovered
    Sarah



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    I'm assuming a rasher is a slice of bacon and not a whole package.

    Kathy

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxiesmom View Post
    I'm assuming a rasher is a slice of bacon and not a whole package.
    Kathi, A rasher is 1 long strip of bacon. I cut across it to make strips aout 2 inches wide to put ontop of my casserole.
    Sarah



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    Sounds really yummy, will have to give it a try.
    Michelle

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    oh Sarah

    my dh is gonna love you for this!!!
    sorry!
    lol
    :0

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