Sunday, April 22, 2012

York Ranches Green Chile Steak

When a cattleman friend asked if I’d like one of his family’s beef recipes last week, I jumped at the opportunity. And when the message came through, I knew I was going to like it. I also knew you guys would like it because it’s easy and extremely economical!


1 large round steak, tenderized and cut into portions*


Fajita seasoning

Black pepper

Chili powder

Vegetable shortening

1 can diced green chiles (I used hot, but you can use mild if you prefer)

2 – 8 ounce cans tomato sauce

*You can do this yourself if you have round steak on hand, or do what I did and buy a package of cube steaks — pre-tenderized and cut round steak.


Sprinkle seasonings on both sides of each steak

Roll steaks in flour

Brown in shortening

Cover with tomato sauce and green chilies, then fill both tomato sauce cans with water and add to mixture

Simmer for 1.5 to 2 hours or until tender

If needed, add more hot water to mixture while simmering

The source recommended serving over rice. I didn’t have rice, so I served it with some cheese and jalapeno nachos and tortillas.

It looked like this:

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