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Smothered Steak

Smothered Steak
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This is an old family smothered steak recipe my grandmother used to make that I changed to fit the Kaufmann 1 criteria. Hope you enjoy it as much as my family does!

Kaufmann One




Tenderized skirt steak
Equal parts flax seed mill and almond flour
Olive Oil
Green, Red, Yellow Bell Pepper
Onion sliced
Canned organic tomatoes


The amounts will vary depending on how much you want to make. First, take the meat and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Then, dip in the raw egg, and dredge through the flaxseed/almond flour mixture.

Place your olive oil in a pan (enough to cover bottom) on the stove, and once it is hot, brown the meat on both sides. Once the meat is browned on both sides, you can put it in an electric skillet* set on 150º. Once you have your meat browned and in the skillet, you can add the sliced bell pepper and onion. Pour the canned tomatoes over that with the juice. If making a larger portion, you may want 2 cans.

Cook for about 5 hours, or until meat is cooked through. It is really good served over rice for Kaufmann 2 or over quinoa for Kaufmann 1. Enjoy your smothered steak!

*If you don’t have an electric skillet, you can use a pan in the oven

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