Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Beef In Gravy

Take 1 lb of round steak, cut in bite sized pieces. Coat with flour. Heat some oil (enough to cover the bottom of the pan) and brown the floured meat. Add salt, pepper, garlic powder, about 2 tbls. onion and green pepper (mince into little pieces) after the meat is brown. Add 3 cups of water, turn down to a simmer or real low boil and cook for about an hour. If it has not thickened into gravy, you can thicken it with corn starch or butter and flour. If you use olive oil to brown the meat, your gravy will not be real thick. If you use butter, it will be super fattening, but the gravy will thicken on it's own. Make sure you don't let the liquid boil away and if it's getting too thick too soon, just add a little more water. Serve over brown rice.

Mom 2005

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