It’s a wonderful meal for a weeknight or anytime. I cooked it overnight, refrigerated it and then reheated it. It was served for a small gathering of friends and everyone really enjoyed it. The broth added enough sodium for my taste so I left out the extra salt. There was no need to add cornstarch as the broth was thick and rich. This will be a repeat.
It was surprisingly tasty! With so few ingredients, I was amazed at the result. The steak was good and tender and actually reminded me of something my mother had experienced together as a child. OMG, it brought back wonderful memories. I think Mom called it “Swiss Bliss”… It’s delicious. Thank you for sharing a great crockpot recipe. I’ll definitely do it again. It was wonderful. ~V
16 oz of beef stew meat.
2 of each bell peppers.
1 vegetable oil.
3 tbsp. Of worcestershire sauce.
1 tsp of minced garlic.
1 can of beef broth.
1 can of stewed tomatoes.
1 season salt.
1 all-purpose flour.
In a large bowl, mix together the flour and season salt then coat the meat in the mixture.
In a skillet, heat the oil, add in the meat, minced garlic, bell peppers (cut into strips) and cook until the meat starts to brown.
Remove the meat and peppers from the skillet to a lined slow cooker leaving the grease behind.
In the skillet where we cooked the meat, add the stewed tomatoes with juice, and 1 can of beef broth to the oil.
Add the flour gradually while stirring until you make a gravy then pour it over the meat in the slow cooker.
Cook cover on low for 8 hours.
Simple, easy and rich of flavors! This slow cooked pepper steak is so delicious. It doesn’t hurt to change our style for time to another! Let me know if you love it.
How much flour do you use in this recipe. Also, how much oil and seasoned salt. The recipe does not say.
Do you serve this over rice or alone?
How much vegetable oil, salt and flour. The recipe says 1.
What can I replace beef broth and stewed tomatoes with as not available in england looks fantastic
What can I replace the beef broth with and stewed tomatoes as I’ve never seen those in english supermarkets looks fantastic and cant wait to try
I love all your recipes, they are delicious and so incredibly easy
I have to try this
I would love to make but recipe isn’t complete. How much flour, oil, beef broth
I’ve noticed that they don’t give you all the details
Plz complete measurements of ingredients
The picture is showing onions, but there is no onion listed in ingredients. I also noticed no amounts for cornstarch and season salt, but no one else mentioned the missing onion.
How much oil,flour
Hey y’all haven’t you Ever cooked before? You don’t necessarily have to coat the meat in flour to brown it. All you have to do is sear the meat To keep it from losing all the juices while cooking. If you do not have stewed tomatoes just chop chop or diced tomatoes and put in the crockpot with the meat. When using a recipe You don’t have to use the exact ingredient just put in a good substitute. Make the recipe your own.
Sure we have cooked before, but if you are posting a recipe, do it the right way or don’t post it. I don’t like recipes that people make and will only give partial recipes. You can’t do it right, don’t bother.
Substite one of these…Beef broth, bouillon, stock or possibly onion soup which is usually beef flavored.
Diced tomatoes or crushed tomatoes or fresh tomatoes diced
Easy and delicious, just use your ingredients to taste and to consistency it’s simple
How much oil and flour is needed
You also can use mushrooms, zucchini, carrots or what ever vegetables you like…Make it your own…
Wonder if garden canned tomatoes would work also?
To help some beginner cookers out there…
When frying use 1 to 2 tblsp of oil
When thicking juices use 1 tblsp or up to 1/3 cup of flour. Sprinkled ove cooked veg or meats
Can us any broth …home made or powdered pkg mixed with water.. That was not onions in pic it is cloves of garlic.!
No those are onions to many to be garlic besides the garlic is minced
Can this mixture be put over egg noodles
Yes it is good with noodles and rice, when I cook I look at the recipe and don’t always use what they say for amounts, Make it your own that makes it your own. Enjoy
Do you have onions in it
How can I print this?
going to try this if I can afford it for the sober house up in Maine. Hopefully will have some donations to help me make it . For all the great people here trying to get on a great path to sobebrity. Hannaford donations to us maybe they will help me on this one thanks