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Crock-Pot Steak is a slow-cooked dish made with cubed or round steak, vegetables, and sauce. It’s an affordable way to tenderize tougher cuts of meat and can be used to make international dishes. The slow cooker’s “cook and serve” design makes it great for do-it-yourself cooking and reheating.

Crock-Pot Steak is a name given to a large variety of sirloin steak dishes that are prepared in a Crock-Pot. Made with different types of beef steak, Crock-Pot Steak is primarily prepared with cubed or round steak. The typical Crock-Pot steak meal contains meat, vegetables, and some type of liquid or sauce. Often used to take advantage of the slow cooker’s ability to tenderize a tougher cut of steak, the typical slow cooker steak meal is designed to simmer for most of the day before serving.

Some of the most affordable cuts of meat are also some of the toughest and most difficult to prepare. A round steak is one of them, as the lack of marbling and tightly woven textures can be a challenge for even the best chefs. By using the problematic cut of beef in a Crock-Pot steak dish, the cook is able to use the slow cooking, low heat of the Crock-Pot along with the moisture from the gravy to tenderize the connective tissue of the steak. This results in an easy to eat meal, a Crock-Pot steak that is often easy even on a budget.

Many of the Crock-Pot Steak Pots are designed to be used in conjunction with fresh or canned vegetables to create a one-pot meal that is both economical and nutritious. One of Crock-Pot’s many steak recipes, such as Crock-Pot Venison Steak, uses venison in place of beef steak to create an exotic meal using fare supplied by a successful hunter. For the non-hunter, deer can also be purchased from a specialty market. Other recipes include international dishes such as Swiss, Hungarian, and Mexican steak dinners, all made with the help of the slow cooker.

The unique “cook and serve” design of the typical slow cooker makes creating a steak recipe not only good for a family dinner, but also suitable for seafood dishes. The slow cooker is a great fit for do-it-yourself cooking where the meal can be prepared in advance and reheated after you reach your dinner destination. Family reunions, church dinners, and office parties can all take advantage of the Crock-Pot’s ability to travel and reheat food so well. While most slow cookers have multiple heat settings, the best results typically occur when you use the lowest heat setting and longest cook time when preparing a steak dinner.

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