Cube Steak Crockpot Recipe

Cube Steak Crockpot Recipe

I see this cut of meat called cube steak all the time. I only see it used it stews. I decided I could make a freezer to crockpot meal with it. I am currently into making large quantities of soups that freeze well. I figured I could conquer a  Cube Steak Crockpot Recipe.

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Cube Steak Crockpot Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 2 lbs cube steak

  • 3 large bell peppers (one red, and one yellow, one green)

  • 1 Can of tomato sauce

  • 1/2 cup chopped onion

  • 1 clove of fresh Garlic

  • 1 can of  diced tomatoes with chili
  • 1 tsp salt

  • 1tsp of pepper
  • Cornstarch & water (to add later)

FREEZER MEAL DIRECTIONS:

Place all the ingredients above in beef in gallon sized resealable bag.  Seal and mix well.  Freeze.

DIRECTIONS FOR BAG:  Thaw and place contents in crockpot. You can thaw this in the refrigerator or run it under water until it is thawed.  Cook on low 6-8 hrs.  30 minutes before serving, combine cornstarch and some water.  Whisk into crockpot.  Turn to high and cook 30 minutes to thicken. Serve over noodles or rice. I also add a can of pineapples in the last 30 minutes. This is optional and my husband isn’t a fan of the sweet so I just put them in mine :)

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Comments

  1. Rebecca says

    The picture you have does not look like the “cube steak” I see in the stores. What I see called “cube steak” is small cuts of beef, about the size of a hamburger patty, that have been run through a machine which tenderizes them.. You can get more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cube_steak.

    What I see in your picture looks more like a product I see sold as “stewing beef” or “stew meat”. Just noting that this may be confusing for some.

  2. Stacy says

    I wish this “recipe” was a little more clear. A can of sauce, cornstarch and “some” water? Not very good directions.

  3. pam says

    Stacy it looks like tomato sauce to me and if you take about a half a cup of water and add like a tablespoon of corn starch in it an whisk it smooth then pour it in that should work! If it doesnt thicken it enough fix a little more of that and add it in!

  4. says

    I like your crickpot recipe ! I found you over on Recipe Sharing Mondays and I thought I would check you out since Hubby and I recently made a cubesteak in the crockpot that was just OK, but not great. I think we might try something similar to yours next time! Thanks for sharing! HUGS
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  5. aprila says

    I love crock pot recipes this look so good, Thanks for linking up at Tell Me About It Tuesday. We hope you hop over and share with us again next week.

  6. Cathy says

    Your newest follower on Twitter and G+. Thanks for sharing at Tasty Tuesdays! Pinning to the party board and can’t wait to see what posts you share next week! Have a terrific week!
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  7. aprila says

    thanks for this great recipe, Thanks for linking up at Tell Me About It Tuesday. We hope you hop over and share with us again next week.

  8. Lisa says

    This sounds yummy, but I was wondering about the 1 can of sauce. How much and what kind? I was assuming tomato sauce, but was totally unsure of the amount. Also, can you give some more specific information on the corn starch and water amounts please? Thanks!

  9. Linda says

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