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Thread: Beef steaks/peices in the slow cooker??

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    Default Beef steaks/peices in the slow cooker??

    I have some steaks (round or rump) that need to be cooked and thought something in the slow cooker would be good. What can I make?? I thought of beef strog but can find a from scratch recipe for the slow cooker. What else could I do. Or do you have a from scratch recipe?


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    i usually make it same way if i donth ave a packet

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    LOL, and how would that be?? I haven't ever made it myself, only eaten it when someone else makes it.

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    Ingredients:
    1/3 cup / 75 ml flour
    1 tsp / 5 ml salt
    1/4 tsp / 1 ml pepper
    1/2 tsp / 2 ml paprika
    2 lbs / 900 g beef round steak, cut into 12 mm ( 1/2 inch) thick strips
    1 1/2 cups / 375 ml chopped onion
    1/4 tsp / 1 ml garlic powder (a clove or 2 of fresh)
    14 oz / 400 ml canned tomatoes with juice
    1/4 cup / 60 ml ketchup / tomato sauce
    2 tsp / 10ml beef stock powder
    2 tbsp / 30 ml sherry
    2 cups / 500 ml sliced fresh mushrooms
    1 cup / 250 ml Light sour cream

    Method:
    Combine flour, salt, pepper and paprika in plastic bag. Place few strips of steak in at a time. Shake to coat. Place in 3. 5 litre ( 3 ? quart) slow cooker. Mix next 7 ingredients in a bowl. Pour over steak. Cover. Cook on Low for 7 ? 9 hours or on High for 3 ? to 4 ? hours. Stir in sour cream last 30 minutes of cooking time.

    Serve with rice or noodles.


    Or you could do a beef with mushroom, sun-dried tomatoes and cream
    Beef and red-wine
    beef with mushrooms, cream and pepper

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    Oooohh, yum, thanks Brontide!!

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    Do I need to put water in that recipe??

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    The tinned tomatoes have juice and there is sherry as well for liquid but if it seems too dry to you chuck a bit in. You can always turn it up and take the lid off for an hour or so if it's too runny. Don't forget that the cream at the end will also add liquid and that liquid doesn't evaporate in the SC the way it does on the stove top.

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    The beef with mushrooms, cream and pepper sounds really nice! Do you have a recipe for that Onyx?

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