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This country style steak in caramelized onion gravy was always a favorite when I did them for lunch Country Steak In Caramelized Onion Gravyspecials.  It's one of those comfort food dishes that warms the tummy and the heart.  These are simple to make and taste terrific. 

Of course you have to serve them with real mashed potatoes!!

Recipe By     : Sitara
Serving Size  : 6   Preparation Time :1:00
Categories    : Main Dishes   Beef

  Amount    Measure     Ingredient -- Preparation Method
   --------     ------------      --------------------------------
      6           large           country style cubed steaks
                                          black pepper
                                          garlic salt
      2         large            onions - halved and sliced thin
      3         cups            beef stock
              cornstarch & water

1.  Sprinkle the steaks liberally with garlic salt and black pepper on both sides.   Dredge in flour and set aside for the flour to "set" on the steaks while your  skillet is heating up.

2.  In a large, heavy skillet heat a little oil over medium high heat.  Add a pat of butter,  it should start to color pretty fast.   Gently lay the steaks in the hot oil.  There should be some serious sizzling going on.   Saute the steaks until they are nice and brown.   Turn over and do the other side.    (You may need to do this in batches depending on the size of the steaks and the size of your skillet).  Set the steaks aside on a platter.    There will be juicing.

3.  In the same skillet add another pat of butter and the sliced onions.  Saute the onions over    medium heat until they have caramelized to a nice golden but not burned color.     Add the beef stock and bring to a boil.  Taste for pepper and salt.  

4.  Mix about 2 tablespoons of cornstarch in a little cold water and add to your boiling stock.  Whisk in thoroughly till the gravy starts to thicken up a bit.

5.  Add the steaks and any juices back to the skillet, immersing them in the gravy.   Let them simmer on low for about 10-15 minutes or longer.
Taste for seasonings.

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