Venison Steak in Wine

INGREDIENTS: * 3lbs. venison steak * 1/4cup flour * 1/2tsp salt * 1/2tsp pepper * 1/4cup butter * 3 med. onions, sliced * 1 green pepper, sliced * 1 can mushrooms, drained * 1/2cup butter * 2cups canned tomatoes * 1/2cup red cooking wine or burgundy DIRECTIONS: 1. Trim steak & wipe with a damp cloth. 2. Cover steaks in flour, by putting flour in a small bag, then place steaks in bag individually & shake until the meat is covered, repeat for each steak. 3. Melt 1/4cup butter in frying pan, add steaks and sauté until meat is browned on both sides. 4. Remove meat from pan & keep warm. 5. Melt 1/4cup butter in pan, add onions, green pepper and mushrooms and cook until onions are soft. Add tomatoes. 6. Place steaks in sauce in frying pan, cover & simmer until steaks are tender, approximately 15 minutes. 7. Add wine, cover, and simmer another 4-5 minutes.



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