This is a wonderful meal for a weeknight or anytime. I cooked it overnight, refrigerated and then reheated. It was served for a small gathering of friends and everyone really enjoyed. The bouillon added enough sodium for my taste so I omitted the additional salt. There was no need to add additional cornstarch as the broth was thick and rich. This will be a repeat.
This was surprisingly tasty! With such few ingredients I was amazed at the outcome. Steak was nice and tender and actually reminded me of something my mom through together as a kid. OMG, brought back wonderful memories. I think Mom called it “Swiss Bliss”… It is delish. Thanks for sharing a great crockpot recipe. I will definitely make this again. Was wonderful. ~V
16 oz of beef stew meat.
2 of each bell peppers.
1 vegetable oil.
3 tbsp. Of worcestershire sauce.
1 tsp of minced garlic.
1 can of beef broth.
1 can of stewed tomatoes.
1 season salt.
1 all-purpose flour
In a large bowl, mix together the flour and season salt then coat the meat in the mixture.
In a skillet, heat the oil, add in the meat, minced garlic, bell peppers (cut into strips) and cook until the meat starts to brown.
Remove the meat and peppers from the skillet to a lined slow cooker leaving the grease behind.
In the skillet where we cooked the meat, add the stewed tomatoes with juice, and 1 can of beef broth to the oil.
Add the flour gradually while stirring until you make a gravy then pour it over the meat in the slow cooker.
Cook cover on low for 8 hours.