I have used this recipe for years and I honestly don't have the recipe book anymore and I have no idea what the actual recipe is called. I may not even be following it correctly, but the final result is good, so that's all the counts in my mind.
Round steak, when on sale, is relatively cheap. I buy the leanest looking cuts I can find and trim the rest of the fat off. I pound the meat with a bit of flour on top then, I sear the meat on both sides. I transfer it to my stoneware pot, add some sauteed peppers and onions on top, some salt and pepper. I use a bottle of chili sauce mixed with about 1/4 of the bottle of water. Mix that up and dump on top. I also throw in a couple dashes of Worcestershire sauce. Then I cook it on a low heat for 3 or more hours, depending on the thickness. I comes out tender and very flavorful.
Any suggestions on how you cook round steak????