Kimmi's StoryEver tried cooking a T-bone steak in a slow cooker? If not, you're missing out. This slow cooker recipe for T-bone steak is simply awesome. Cooking it in a slow cooker adds an extra juiciness to the steak.
T-Bone Steak is usually best when it is grilled medium rare & very juicy. I tried cooking it in the Crockpot & found that the steak was very flavorful & tasty even though the same grilled taste is not there. Still I rotate on how I cook my T-Bone Steak, either by grilling or slow cooking because this recipe is actually very good & the meat is very juicy.
salt & pepper
olive oil, extra virgin
mushrooms, fresh, sliced
potato, sliced thin
1In a skillet, mix the olive oil, garlic, salt & pepper. Now add the T-Bone steak & brown both sides.
2Place the potato into the crock pot & the steak over it. In the skillet, saute the sliced mushrooms, sprinkle with flour to slightly thicken & the pour over steak. Cook on low for 8 hours & the steak should be very tasty.
The bigger the crock pot & the smaller the steaks...you may be able to fit two steaks in as long as they are not doubled over each other & lay flat on potatoes. If you can fit two steaks, don't forget to double the recipe.
CROCK POT T-BONE STEAK REVISION:
For those who would prefer not to have the bone, cut the meat around the bone & use the same cooking method. This way 2 - 3 T-Bone Steaks can be used.
About this Recipe
Bea L. BeachChic - Mar 7, 2012
Kimmi, can I use a baking potato and do I slice it into? Also, what do I do with the 2 tbsp of flour? I have a large ribeye steak in the freezer and would like to try something different. This sounds really good.
Kimmi Knippel (Sweet_Memories) KimmiK - Mar 8, 2012
I fixed it....
Vanessa "Nikita" Milare Kitkat777 - Mar 8, 2012
Bea L. BeachChic - Mar 9, 2012
Oh, cool. Thanks, Kimi. I'm going to make this with a huge ribeye.
Kimmi Knippel (Sweet_Memories) KimmiK - Mar 10, 2012
Let me know.....