Dutch-Style Beef and Cabbage (Crock Pot)

Dutch-Style Beef and Cabbage (Crock Pot) created by Parsley

This is a long time favorite of mine. From a very old (1976) BH&G Crock pot Cookbook. You can also cook this in the oven in a covered casserole.

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8hrs 20mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Slice round steak into thin strips.
  • Combine flour, salt, and pepper; coat meat with flour mixture.
  • Heat oil in skillet and brown meat on all sides; transfer meat to crockery cooker.
  • Add onions.
  • In same skillet, add water, vinegar, and bouillon granules.
  • Stir together, scraping browned bits from skillet; pour over meat and onions in crockery cooker.
  • Cover and cook on LOW for 8 hours.
  • About 15 minutes before serving, cut cabbage into 4 or 5 wedges.
  • Cook in a 3 quart saucepan in a large amount of salted water until tender, 10 to 12 minutes; Drain well.
  • Serve beef mixture over cabbage wedges.
  • NOTE: I just add the cabbage to the crock pot over the beef and onions.
  • I think it's more flavorful that way.
  • You can bake this in the oven.
  • Place in a covered casserole dish and bake@ 300 for 2 hours You should double water, vinegar, bouillon mixture if you choose to bake it.
  • Check liquid during baking and add more if too dry.
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"This is a long time favorite of mine. From a very old (1976) BH&G Crock pot Cookbook. You can also cook this in the oven in a covered casserole."
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  1. Lyle T.
    How do I view complete recipe?
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  2. Roger O.
    Loved it! Loving it...still eating. I did change it a little. I used a casserole dish. And I added my chopped cabbage immediately and cooked it together. Regardless the flavor is fantastic and the cabbage I feel is cooked perfect. Thank you.
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  3. birdnerd
    Good stuff! I had to make some changes: I deleted the salt, pepper and bouillon. I cut the cabbage in slices, not wedges. I used white vinegar instead of cider vinegar. I used bison instead of beef. It worked out well, but the bison was a bit dry, so next time, I'll reduce the cooking time.
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  4. Teri230
    Oh MY! This was soo delicious. I took the advice of a Zaar forum discussion on venison and used this recipe for the venison cube steak I had. I am not that big of a fan of venison in general, but this recipe made it AMAZING! A couple of things I did a little different other than using venison instead of beef: I fried the venison in bacon grease instead of vegetable oil; I added the cabbage to my crockpot about an hour before it was done and I wish I would have done it earlier. The cabbage wasn't as done as I would have liked it to be. It was really, really good, though! Thanks so much for posting!!
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  5. Teri230
    Oh MY! This was soo delicious. I took the advice of a Zaar forum discussion on venison and used this recipe for the venison cube steak I had. I am not that big of a fan of venison in general, but this recipe made it AMAZING! A couple of things I did a little different other than using venison instead of beef: I fried the venison in bacon grease instead of vegetable oil; I added the cabbage to my crockpot about an hour before it was done and I wish I would have done it earlier. The cabbage wasn't as done as I would have liked it to be. It was really, really good, though! Thanks so much for posting!!
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