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Slow Cooker Swiss Steak Recipe {Gluten Free Recipes}

Slow Cooked Swiss Steak

One of my goals over the next few months is to share more gluten free main dishes in my gluten free section. I know my readers are just like me. We all need quick and easy gluten free meals that are family friendly and inexpensive to make.

So often people think of gluten free food as food that needs special ingredients and a lot of work, but it does not have to be. Gluten free can be quick, easy, and delicious without spending a fortune in groceries.

When I first went gluten free I was overwhelmed at what we could not have, but I quickly realized that with some simple changes, along with reading labels carefully, many of our favorite foods could easily be made gluten free.

Over the next few months I plan to share some great new gluten free main dishes along with some old favorites that I have adapted to be gluten free. I have so many recipes in the main section of my site that can be made gluten free with just a few changes.

I hope that by sharing the changes needed to make them gluten free it will help you in several ways. First, I hope it gives you new gluten free family favorites. I also hope it will help those new to gluten free in learning how to adapt recipes and make them safe for the gluten free life.

The gluten free recipe I want to share today is a simple slow cooker swiss steak that is so easy to make gluten free. Not only is it easy to make, it is also pretty inexpensive to make.

I grew up eating swiss steak and I love to now serve it to my family. It was one of those recipes that was so easy to adapt to gluten free. The original recipe I shared last year in my main section called for flour. The easy replacement is a gluten free flour blend or a combination of rice flour and cornstarch. Either one works well in this recipe because you  just coating the meat in the flour mixture.

The second change I made was to make sure my Worcestershire sauce was gluten free. In the US Lea and Perrins is gluten free, at least according to their website. And I have never had a problem with it. There may be other brands that are gluten free, but I use Lea and Perrins.

With two simple changes I made a family favorite that we have made for years into an easy gluten free meal.

Slow Cooker Swiss Steak {Gluten Free}

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