Crock Pot Steak Soup
This "Crock Pot Steak Soup," recipe is perfect for busy weeknights when you want to eat a great dinner, but are busy with work all day. If you can afford a little bit of time in the morning to put the ingredients together, it will be well worth your effort come dinnertime!
This crock pot steak soup recipe is something the whole family will love, especially great for this time of year when the weather starts to cool down. The nice thing about crock pot cooking, is that when you walk in the door after a long day, the house will be filled with the lovely aroma of dinner cooking, all ready to eat! Some of the ingredients you will need for this crock pot steak soup recipe include beef sirloin tip roast cut into one inch cubes, all purpose flour, salt, pepper, canola oil, onion soup mix, beef broth and tomato paste. To start mix together the flour, salt and pepper in a large plastic zipping bag. Add your beef cubes, seal the bag and toss the beef in the flour mixture until well coated. In a large, deep skillet, heat your oil over medium high heat and add your coated beef. Saute your beef cubes in your skillet until they are brown, approximately six minutes. Place your browned beef in your crock pot. Sprinkle your soup mix evenly over your beef.
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Beef steaks are often grilled, broiled or sometimes fried. Grilled beef steaks can be cooked at different temperatures, or for different lengths of time, which results in cooked steak from blue (very rare) to overdone (well done). The most common characteristics of a rare steak is a soft, cold, red center. The outside is seared for flavor, while the inside is cooked to suit the person's preference. Steaks cooked well done are most often cooked throughout the entire cut of meat. An example is a beefsteak that is cooked well done, will not have any pinkness in the middle when sliced. Uncooked beef steak can be served raw, such as in steak tartare.
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