By Bev on February 17, 2007
Photo by PaulaG
Photo by PaulaG
"This is a easy to prepare, flavorful and very tender pepper steak. Serve over rice or egg noodles. If you like your green pepper crisp, add to crock pot the last couple hours of cooking time. This is an adapted recipe from Allrecipes."
Serving Size: 1 (323 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Oh Bev, I was surprised how delicious this was ~ DD even had 2nds, and she is picky-picky. But she (and we) loved the tender flavorful beef, and the seasoning level was just right and served it over wild and brown rice. Thanks for a new recipe for the keeper cookbook. Made for Potluck Tag, Jan 2009."
"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."
"I have made this many times and is always a favorite! Easy crock pot meal."
"Very happy with the results of this slow cooker meal. I browned the beef with sliced garlic and added it into the pot, otherwise made exactly as written; the beef was very tender and the sauce delicious!"
"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"
"Great recipe, I used only 1 1/4 pounds steak with 3 good sized peppers. No stewed tomato's but the can of diced tomato I added worked great. Cooked for 6 hours on low and the beef was fall apart tender. Think next time I might add a bit more red pepper as we like things a bit spicy, but family loved it. A great, slightly different recipe for the slow cooker, going to be a keeper for me for sure."
"The taste was incredible, particularly the steak! I began cooking and thought, oh, dear, what was I thinking. I have not ever had pepper steak before. I had seen it on buffets, but always passed for fear of not knowing exactly what kind of meat would be in the dish. But, I really liked this! Looking forward to having leftovers, if I beat my husband to it. Will be making again."
"used a pound of cube steak and browned with coconut oil instead of veggie oil. left out sugar. served with couscous. Also added another buillion cube, 1/4 cup water, and tbsp of corn starch to make it more like a stew. very good!"
"This reminded me of the pepper steak that my mom used to make. I served it over rice and there was plenty of sauce! I used low sodium soy sauce and omitted the salt entirely, and I was glad I did as it was still a bit salty. I also omitted the chili flakes as we don't like things spicy. I will make this recipe again, we enjoyed it. Thanks!"
"This was great ans pretty easy. There are so few ingredients that I thought it wouldn't have much flavor but it did! I did add a can of beef broth because I wanted to make extra sauce and it worked out great. I did have to thicken it with about 2 1/2 Tbsps. of cornstarch to thicken the gravy up! This was great and will make again. Thank you for such a wonderful and easy recipe."