Crock Pot Beef Teriyaki

"This recipe is so simple & delicious."
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Ready In:
4hrs 40mins




  • Add the pineapple with juice, water, soy sauce, sugar, & spices to a crock-pot.
  • Stir to melt the sugar then add in the beef cubes. Cover with a lid then cook on high for 4 hours.
  • Mix the cornstarch with 2 tbsp of cool water then stir into the sauce. Recover & cook for another 20-30 minutes, until the sauce thickens.
  • Serve over rice.

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  1. I already reviewed this but it's not showing, so I'm trying again. We really liked this recipe. I've prepared it twice now and the only thing I did differently is that I pureed the pineapple because my husband doesn't like its texture. One comment on the directions though: where it says to "melt" the sugar, it should say "dissolve." No heat is being applied and the sugar is simply dissolving into the liquid, not melting.
  2. This recipe was great. I had been making another asian-style beef stew in the crock pot and it just was lacking something. After trying this recipe, I knew this is what I had been looking for! My husband loved it too, it was delicious. The cornstarch at the end gave it a nice, rich texture and really tied it all together. It was a little salty despite using low sodium soy sauce. I used a chuck roast as that was all I had, so I cooked it on low for about 6 hours as it's a tougher cut of meat. It probably came out a lot more like a beef stew-type dish than it would have if I had followed this recipe to a tee, but that was ok with me. Also, I was running low on the soy sauce so I added some teriyaki sauce (basically the same ingredients as the ones in this recipe) to make sure it didn't get dried out. Will definitely make it again!
  3. I know this is BEEF but can boneless, skinless chicken breasts cut into large pieces but used instead?
  4. OMG!!!!! Awesome.
  5. searched for teriyaki and sad to see there is NO teriyaki sauce in this recipe. only soy sauce which has a very high salty taste. you should rename this recipe. i will continue my search else where.


  1. i would use actual teriyaki sauce for starters


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