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The Pioneer Woman on Round Steak

The Pioneer Woman on Round Steak

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If there's one person who I wouldn't be scared to be deserted on an island with, it's Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman. She would unabashedly cook her way through that island and we would have fireside chats over a feast of a wild boar every evening until we were rescued. Or we wouldn't be rescued and Ree and I would just become BFFs for all of eternity. That would be fine, too.

So for recommended recipes for the trickier cuts, we feel 100% confident that Ree leads no cow astray. 

Round steak comes from the hind quarter of the animal (the 'Round,' no less), and appears very similar to other cuts that we might be tempted to throw on the grill. However, due to its very lean nature, it should not be prepared in the same manner as say, a strip steak. 

Ree recommends using a mallet to tenderize the round steaks before cooking, which we at Honest Beef have tried to make as easy as possible by having our butcher cut them very thin. 

Without further adieu,  we give you Ree's very own recipe for Fried Round Steak, originally published on her website, here

Fried Round Steak 

Honest Beef Round Steak Recipe - Pioneer Woman

Originally published on www.thepioneerwoman.com. Serves 6.


  • 3 pounds extra tenderized Round Steak ($3/steak)
  • 1 cup All-purpose Flour
  • 1 teaspoon Seasoned Salt
  • 3 teaspoons Ground Black Pepper, Or To Taste
  • Salt, For Seasoning Meat
  • 1/2 cup Canola Oil (more If Needed)
  • 2 Tablespoons Butter
Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat.

Mix together flour, seasoned salt, and pepper.

Season both sides of steaks with salt and pepper. Dredge each piece in flour mixture, pressing to coat with as much flour as possible.

Add butter to pan right before frying.

When butter is melted, fry pieces of steak in butter/oil mixture. Flip when sides are deep golden brown and cook about 1 minute on the other side.

Remove to a paper towel-lined plate. Serve immediately.


Check out our other recipes! 

Honest Beef Stroganoff  Honest Beef Game Day Barbacoa       Orange-Oregano Hanger Steak    Honest Beef Blueberry Stew
Pioneer Woman's Round Steak Recipe on Honest Beef



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Hi. Just wondering why your recipe contains canola oil. A much healthier choice would be beef tallow. Vegetable oils are highly processed and generally rancid. Much evidence shows they are dangerous to human health. Thanks

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Love the recipe cooking steak for first time hope it is good as it sounds.

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I found this website VERY helpful!!! Easy to navigate and full of great information about beef and how to cook it. THANKS!!

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tried your round steak recipe my husband loved it thank you will make more often

Hannah Raudsepp

Annie – what a wonderful memory – thank you for sharing! Your mothers onions should most certainly be added to this recipe :)

Hannah Raudsepp

Love this recipe. Reading it makes me miss my mom who made this for us. She would cut an onion into thin rings, then place the rings on the serving platter. When the meat was done, she would place the meat on top of the onion slices. The heat from the hot meat would partially cook the onions. Sometimes we ate the rings with the steak, sometimes she would make a white gravy and add to onions to it. Thanks for awaking old memories

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