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A steak (sirloin, chuck or whatever) about 3/4-1" thick (boned) & any weight that you think you need for your family.

A little oil (just enough to sear meat in the skillet).

HEINZ ketchip (I use generic), enough to have meat swimming in it, yet not deep (maybe 1/2" up skillet).

A little water to dilute ketchup slightly.

NO salt, pepper or anything else added.

In large skillet, sear steak on both sides in oil (no flour).
Turn heat down to low.
Take bottle of ketchup & pour around edges of steak, then lift steak up enough to let ketchup run under it.

Add enough water to thin it slightly (you will add a little more later on as it cooks).

Cover & let simmer 1 - 1/2 hours, or until tender, turning occasionally & adding enough water so it won't stick--you want it thinner than an undiluted can of soup, but not thin).

This sauce will be used to put over rice when serving so judge sauce thickness accordingly.
 

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Thanks Brenda.
 
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