Find plenty of delicious round steak recipes for your weeknight meals. From Asian and Southwestern to Tex-Mex and Italian, you can choose from an abundance of both ethnic and classic round steak dishes.
This saucy steak with tomatoes and carrots is low-fat and loaded with flavor.
The Swiss don't actually make Swiss steak. The recipe name is believed to be English and likely comes from relating the process of smoothing out cloth between rollers called "swissing" to pounding and flattening of the meat, a step we've skipped in this slow cooker version.
Sassy and lively, just like the classic cocktail, this sensational easy-to-fix steak recipe works well in a heart-healthy diet.
Chipotle peppers are smoked jalapenos that lend a great smoky flavor to this Mexican main dish. Slow cooking the beef mixture makes for a quick meal on a busy night.
The sweet-and-sour dishes of Canton are among the most familiar Chinese recipes.
Enjoy zesty Mexican flavors in this easy-to-make low-fat beef and bean soup.
This hearty dish combines Asian flavors with the comfort of beef and barley soup, for a dinner that will warm up even the coldest nights. It gets plenty of zip from hot chili oil and curry powder.
Turn the popular Chinese dish into a 30-minute meal by using ground beef and packaged coleslaw mix in the filling. Flour tortillas make a handy substitute for the traditional pancakes.
Oyster sauce, a favorite seasoning in Cantonese dishes, flavors this delicious beef, pea pod, and tomato stir-fry.
A savory mixture of bacon, spinach, lemon-pepper seasoning, and thyme fills these grilled flank steak pinwheels. Make the steak recipe beforehand, refrigerate or freeze, then grill just before serving.
Tofu, Asian vegetables and cellophane noodles are the key ingredients in this healthy version of a classic Japanese dish.
An 8-hour soak in a soy-and-sherry marinade ensures that this steak will be tender and flavorful after grilling.
Fresh ginger, lime, and savory fish sauce complement the steak and vegetables in this spicy stir-fry.