Well I steam steak quite often, My mother in law is from Holland, and has this wonderful way to do it, AND so so tasty !!!
You will need the following.
4 cloves of garlic - sliced thinly
a bunch of parsley - chopped fine
1 jar of bonox
around a 1/2 a cup of butter.
Now find a Pyrex dish that will fit in side your pot, use that pot lid to cover the pyrex dish.
Slice the steak into thin slices, then hammer / pound each slice until all is flattened. Once this is done, smear butter or Margarine all over the walls and the bottom of the dish, lay the steak in a single layer, enough to cover the bottom of the dish. add a few slices of garlic, and sprinkle over some parsley, place a few dollops of bonox around the steak and some knobs of butter. Continue this in layers until all the meat is in the pyrex dish.
Now boil the kettle, place all the boiled water in the bottom of the pot, place the pyrex dish over the steaming water, and place the lid on the top of the pyrex dish. Cooking time is around 2 to 3 hours depending on the volume of meat you are cooking, the steam / heat from the water melts the bonox and the butter, combined with the juice from the steak makes a very VERY tasty sauce.
I check the meat after the first hour, stir it around so it does not dry out, and all the meat is coated, as the heat in the pyrex dish builds up and the meat is getting hot, check every 15 to 30 minutes,AND don't forget to keep an eye on the water level in the pot, keep adding boilt water from the kettle. I serve this up with HOT chips from the fish and chip shop and a warm vienna loaf of bread to mop up the sauce at the end. I had also served mash potato in stead of chips.
Its a family favorite and have been asked by many how to cook it, as the flavor is out of this world. So try it, and enjoy it !!!