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Crockpot Peppercorn Steak

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We still have quite a bit of beef in our freezer from last year. I’m always looking for new ways to cook it. After searching for a steak recipe I found a simple one on A Year of Slow cooking. I modified it a little, using what I had on hand.

It turned out great! I used rib steak…which I don’t generally care about much. But it was very tender and flavorful this way. I would definitely make this again. I served it over rice. It would also work well over mashed potatoes or polenta. You could also add potatoes right in the crockpot and make it a one pot meal. I’ll post the recipe the way I made it.

Crockpot Peppercorn Steak

Steak (any kind you like. I used one large rib steak. There was plenty of sauce. I could have cooked two steaks in it)
1 pint tomato soup (preferably homemade, else plain tomato sauce)
1/2 cup water
1 small onion, chopped
4 large carrots, chopped
1 medium zucchini, sliced
(any vegetables you like will work here)
2 tsp. sea salt
2 tsp. Italian seasoning
1//2 tsp. pepper

Place meat in crockpot. Add vegetables. Pour in tomato soup, water and seasoning. Cook on low 7 or more hours (the longer it cooks the more tender it will be) or on high 5 or more hours.

One comment

  1. Sara says:

    I have looked at that recipe so many times, thinking about making it, from A Year of Slow Cooking. Never have, though. Glad to hear it is pretty good. It’d be a good winter meal to use some steak. During the summer (or anytime really), nothing can beat a grilled steak, in our opinions. 🙂 We just had some new york strips from this year’s beef… it was the first of it we’d had since we’re still using up some of last year’s beef. Oh my, were they delicious! We liked them even better than the GF steaks from last year.

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