How to make slow cooker steak dinner

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Finding a work-life balance is tough. But, that doesn't mean you can't find time to treat yourself to a nice steak dinner. Lucky for you, we've got the perfect recipe that requires no grill and therefore no anxiety about cooking that perfect steak after a long day.
Once again the crockpot has come to the rescue with a low and slow solution. All you're going to need is a thick, juicy steak, sweet potatoes, corn and some tin foil. With the help of beef broth and go-to AI sauce, your steak will marinate all day so you come home to the smell of a heavenly steakhouse. Sounds dreamy, right?
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Get started by checking out the quick video tutorial here below, and be sure to share and save the easy instructions and ingredients list we've gathered for you below.
Slow cooker steak dinner
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 6-8 hours
Serves: 6
Ingredients
4lbs steak
1/2 cup A-1 steak sauce
1/2 cup beef broth
6 sweet potatoes
6 frozen corn on the cob
Directions
1. Put your steak in the bottom of the slow cooker and pour the beef broth and A1 sauce right on top.
2. Cover your steak with tin foil
3. Wrap your sweet potatoes and corn in tin foil and place them right on top
4. Cook on low for 6 - 8 hours.
5. Serve your fully cooked dinner with butter on the side to smother those delicious sides
Pro tip: Make sure you use a nice, thick steak for the recipe. Because you cook this meal low and slow all day, you need a slab of meat that is going to soak up all those juices and handle the heat. When it's all said and done, this steak is well done. But, it sure is juicy and tender!
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