Complete Steak Dinner in a Crock PotApril 5, 2013 at 5:20 pm | Posted in Crock Pot, One-Dish Meal, Potatoes, Steak, Supper, Uncategorized | 27 Comments
This most excellent and simple to make supper comes courtesy of 5 Dinners in 1 Hour.
The only problem I had with this recipe was self-made. I love baked potatoes. Really, really LOVE baked potatoes. So, when I purchase bakers, I typically buy HUGE potatoes. Problem is, they weren’t cooked all the way through when everything else was ready. I tossed the three of them into the microwave for about five minutes, though, and solved that problem!
OH, and also, I put my steaks in FROZEN and started on HIGH for 4 hours, then turned to LOW for the remaining 2 hours. You know me, I can’t follow directions perfectly, I always have to do something different!
steaks (I purchased 4)
1/2 cup A1 Steak Sauce (or Heinz 57)
baked potatoes, 1 per person (caution: not too big!)
corn on the cob (I used fresh, original recipe says you can use frozen)
canola oil spray
Place steaks on bottom of crock pot. Pour steak sauce over top.
Take a layer of foil, spray it with canola oil and set oil-side down on steaks.
Wrap potatoes in foil, set them on top of steaks.
If using frozen corn, wrap individually in foil, set along side of potatoes.
Set on LOW for 6 hours.
Now, if you were like me and used frozen steaks, here’s what I did:
Set frozen steaks on bottom of crock pot and cover with steak sauce. Cover with layer of foil (sprayed side down). Set foil-wrapped potatoes on top of steaks.
Set on HIGH for 4 hours. At the end of 4 hours, remove potatoes and slide steaks around to separate them. Top with potatoes.
Set on LOW for 2 hours. Then, if you have fresh corn, spray with butter spray and wrap individually. Set on top of steaks and potatoes. Let cook for about 20 minutes.
Let the steaks rest for 5 minutes before serving.
My potato sort of exploded when I squeezed it open to butter LOL