Swiss steak

Swiss steak
noun Date: circa 1911 a slice of steak pounded with flour and braised usually with vegetables and seasonings

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Swiss steak — is a method of preparing meat, usually beef, by means of rolling or pounding, and then braising in a cooking pot, either on a stove (cooker) or in an oven. The name does not refer to Switzerland, but instead to the process of swissing , which… …   Wikipedia

  • Swiss steak — ☆ Swiss steak n. a thick cut of steak, esp. round steak, pounded with flour, browned, and cooked slowly, usually with tomatoes, onions, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Swiss steak — Swiss′ steak′ n. coo steak that is floured and pounded, then browned and braised with tomatoes, onions, etc • Etymology: 1920–25 …   From formal English to slang

  • Swiss steak — n [U and C] AmE a thick flat piece of ↑beef covered in flour and cooked in a sauce …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • swiss steak — noun count AMERICAN a thick piece of BEEF covered with flour and cooked slowly in a special sauce …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Swiss steak — noun steak braised in tomato and onion mixture • Hypernyms: ↑dish * * * noun Usage: usually capitalized 1st S : a slice of round steak into which flour is pounded on both sides and which is then browned in fat and smothered in onions, tomatoes,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Swiss steak — a thick slice of steak dredged in flour and pounded, browned, and braised with tomatoes, onions, and other vegetables. [1920 25] * * * …   Universalium

  • Swiss steak — /swɪs ˈsteɪk/ (say swis stayk) noun a slice of round steak coated on both sides with flour, fried in fat, with onions, tomatoes and other vegetables …   Australian English dictionary

  • swiss steak — noun (C, U) AmE a thick flat piece of beef covered in flour and cooked in a sauce …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Swiss — chard (beetlike herb used in stews); Swiss cheese (Emmenthaler cheese characterized by its pale yellow body and many holes); Swiss lapis (imitation lapis lazuli); Swiss muslin (curtain material); Swiss steak (thin slice of steak doused in flour… …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

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