Braised Steak and Onions Slow Cooker
An old fashioned favorite. What can I say. There is such an advantage at times, to be able to prepare a meal ahead of time. It means that most of the prep work and cleaning up has been accomplished too. My Dad always loved this dish, providing that the meat was lean. It has become a bit of a Sunday favorite for me because then it means I can relax and do other things. It’s always well received. Not to mention the wonderful and appetising smell which is wafting in the background.
Serve it with some quality Basmati rice ( preferably aged if you can get you hands on some) and greens in season.
This is how I do it.
2 Tablespoons light Soy Sauce
Turn on the slow cooker to the high position and allow to heat up.
Peel and slice the onions. Put them into the cooker with the olive oil. Mix well to coat the onions. Put the lid on.
Put the flour on a plate and season with the salt and pepper. Mix through. Cut the steak into 1 1/2″ cubes. Coat the steak pieces with the flour mix.
Add the flour coated steak to the slow cooker. Mix well to distribute with the onions. Now add the sugar, vinegar, worcestershire sauce and soy sauce. Mix to combine. Put the lid on. Cook for approximately 4 hours on high or 8 hours on low.
Meat should be tender.
Serve with the basmati rice and greens.
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With delicious meals organised… I can get back to some sewing projects!
Have you tried this super easy project??
By the way, I was so delighted to win a prize for my Uneven Nine Patch Quilt Antique Style. This is the quilt I made for my Dad before he passsed away, so it had a lot of love in it.
Here is the link to the quilt pattern.