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As for what this was meant to be, I can't really say that it's 5 stars, but for what I used it to manipulate into, it came out really good! :) I used this recipe modified to use up some ingredients in my fridge/cupboards. I had a jar of spaghetti sauce I used instead of making the sauce the way you stated. I sliced some steaks I had into about 1/4inch strips, I breaded them as stated. however, at the end of it all, I put the steak over some WW pasta, covered it in the spag sauce, and served it with cheesy garlic bread. It was very tasty. I'd be tempted to make regular steaks this way, with some spice added to them. They'd be good hot hot hot! Thanks for the recipe, and I hope you don't mind my changes!

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Ophelliah November 10, 2007

I found the garlic powder and onion powder too overpowering, otherwise this recipe was fairly tasty.

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cullinaryjudge2 November 06, 2003

My husband and I both loved this recipe. We used some good Italian rolls and made sandwiches.

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Eileen D May 17, 2003

I took Chippie's advice and sliced the roast while it was 1/2 frozen and it sliced up so easily. We used the deep fryer method for cooking and they were done very quickly (about 2 minutes). I served the sauce over the steak pieces and it tasted great!

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teebone May 01, 2003
Italian Breaded Steak Um