I don't have a recipe for you but I recommend that you braise it - first brown in butter or olive oil, then add liquid (but not enough to actually submerge the steak) such as stock, wine, or a combination, a little chopped tomato (fresh or canned), cover, and simmer under tender. You can first saute onions, celery, carrots, mushrooms, etc. before or after browning the meat. also seasonings - whatever you like that complements the other ingredients - thyme, marjoram, oregano, whatever.
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