I love Swiss Steak served over a hot bed of rice, with a green salad on the side. I used to cook this all day in the crock pot, because I like the meat to be very tender and falling apart into pieces. But I have found that my solar oven can cook this delicious meal just as good, and even faster than my crock pot.
I start with a tender cut of beef. I usually use small sirloin roasts, because it is usually cheaper and definitely more tender than round steak. On this day, I was making a double recipe, so I used about two pounds of sirloin, cut into cubes.
Then I added two 15 oz cans of diced tomatoes with chilies. Then I added two packets of onion soup mix for seasoning.
This cooked in the solar oven about 5 hours. When done, the meat was falling apart and there was plenty of sauce to pour over a bed of rice. Yummy!