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Cubed Round Steak and Noodles

When we were at my sister and brother in law’s home in September, they made us Cubed Round Steak and Noodles.  This was a staple growing up.  I loved this as a child and still love it as an adult.  I wanted to share it with you.  Just in case you want something to add to your menu that will satisfy  you for hours to come.  Its quite simple.  As a matter of fact, I could not find the recipe, so I went from memory.

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1 large round steak, preferably bone in.
1 medium onion (peeled and sliced)
Olive Oil
5 – 6 beef bullion cubes
Water

To make gravy
Flour and water whisked together

1 bag of extra wide egg noodles

Green Beans (or whatever veggies you like, but we like it with green beans.)

How To

Cut the meat in 1-2 inch squares.

Heat skillet and oil over medium high heat.  Add meat and onions.  (I prefer real onions, but all I had was minced dried onions.)


Fry until browned thoroughly.

Add bullion cubes

Cover with water

Bring to a boil

Cover and simmer on medium low for 2ish hours.

About 15 minutes before serving

Start water for egg noodles.  Bring water to a boil and cook noodles as directed.


Bring round steak and juices back to a slight boil.  Whisk the flour and water together and slowly pour into pan to make gravy.

Stir thoroughly and turn down to low. 

Add Salt and Pepper to taste.

To serve, plate the noodles first and then add meat and gravy on top.  Enjoy.

If there are leftovers, make sure to package them in single serving sizes

and hide what you don’t want anyone else to see in the back of the fridge behind the milk. 

3 comments to Cubed Round Steak and Noodles

  • Anonymous

    LOL I do that .. the hiding thing.

    Looks yummy!

    Melissa

  • momatpeace

    Oh — I came here HOPING you would include photos. Good Girl!! I love cooking posts. Ü Yum… looks a lot better then the grilled hamburgers I've got planned for dinner tonight.

    Yum… I can't wait to come to your house again — you know what I'll be digging for. LOL

    I do that too b.t.w. so turn about's fair play. °Ü°

  • momatpeace

    I came back to see how you made this — guess what I'm eating today for lunch. We are serving this on top of mashed potatoes. YUM!!

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