CROCKPOT PEPPER STEAK
Chili pepper steak is a classic match made in culinary heaven. If you think that’s the case, then you definitely need to give this pepper steak in a crock pot dish a go. It’s a hearty dish that’s prepared using components that not only have a great flavor but are also healthy.
With the help of your slow cooker and a few simple ingredients, you can prepare a meal that tastes very much like Chinese takeout. It is also unexpectedly better for your health. When I was a kid, one of my favorite memories is of going to the Chinese restaurant in our neighborhood for lunch every single Sunday. The green pepper steak has been a weekly staple for me, a creature of habit.
If you want to make Green Pepper Steak, you’ll need to use sirloin. On the other hand, you may use almost any cut of beef that is lean or that has been carefully trimmed. Due to the fact that I have a rather limited budget for food, I often base my meal planning on the meats that have yellow tags and are located on the rack labeled “reduced for rapid sale.” It is not very common for sirloin to end up on that specific shelf since it is such a versatile and well-liked cut of meat. If you are trying to save money, using a different cut of beef in one of your dishes might be helpful.
THE INGREDIENTS LIST:
- Stew beef; I used 2 cups, cut into cubes.
- Frozen peppers and onions, you’ll need two cups.
- Minced garlic, I used 2 large cloves.
- 1 Tsp.Of brown sugar.
- 1 Tsp.Of freshly cracked black pepper.
- 2 Tbsp.Of Worcestershire sauce.
- 1/4 Cup.Of soy sauce.
- 1 Tbsp.Of cornstarch.
- 1/3 Cup.Of cold water
- 1/3 Cup.Of beef broth.
- For serving, you’ll need Cooked white rice and some sesame seeds for garnish.
FOR MAKING THIS “CROCKPOT PEPPER STEAK” RECIPE, YOU NEED TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS BELOW:
Step 1 – First, you need to put the beef in the slow cooker, and then layer the peppers, onions, and other vegetables on top of it.
Step 2 – After combining the minced garlic with brown sugar, pepper, broth, Worcestershire sauce, and soy sauce, pour the mixture evenly over the top of the chicken.
Step 3 – following that, you can cook with the lid on for a total of 6 hours on the low setting, or 4 hours on the high setting.
Step 4 – After the beef has been cooked until it is tender, combine the cornstarch with the cold water and combine the two ingredients.
Step 5 – Next, place the cornstarch slurry in the slow cooker, and after stirring it in, continue to do so until the sauce has thickened.
Step 6 – To finish, serve your Crockpot Pepper Steak atop white rice and top with a garnish of toasted sesame seeds.