Crock Pot Beef and Broccoli

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Kim I.: "The flavor was good, but when I added the corn st…" Read More
10Ingredients
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50Minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 pound boneless beef chuck roast (sliced into thin strips)
  • 1 cup beef consomme (consumme)
  • 1/2 cup soy sauce
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • 3 garlic cloves (minced)
  • 2 tablespoons corn starch
  • 2 Tbsp cooled sauce from the crock pot after being cooked
  • broccoli florets (fresh, as many as desired)
  • cooked rice
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Reviews(82)

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Kim I. 10 days ago
The flavor was good, but when I added the corn starch at the end, it never thickened to what I was expecting. What I got was more of a thin gravy than a thick sauce. We also felt it was missing something. Like a hint of spice or...something. It was still good and the boys ate it, so its still a winner
wayne 14 days ago
very nice. cooked meat in saucepan for 3.5 hours and used blade steak. very tender
I love it tried other recipes and this one had the perfect amount of ingredients.
Patricia 8 Aug
Love this dish! Very flavourful and tasty 😊. I did not have any sesame seed oil so I substituted it for Newman s own sesame tai dressing/ vinaigrette. Still awesome. I highly recommend this dish.
Barbara 5 Jul
I thought it was delish and Easy
Melissa B. 29 May
It was ok. Good flavor. Sauce didn't thicken and meat began to break down.
Lambert 24 May
it was fantastic! i added a bit more cornstarch to thicken. a new staple in the house.
Splendid, tasty when made to a T
Herlina M. 16 May
it was so yummy, tasty and tender. love it..
Pignata 14 May
Loved the recipe Crock pot suggestions: If you cut your meat thinish, it will be ready in 4 hrs Used unsalted beef stock and low sodium soy sauce Precooked broccoli and added just before serving Works just as well on top of stove
This was very good! We added sesame seeds after and served it with brown rice. Will make again.
Fantastic! Shredded it, added sautéed onions, and put it on nice rolls. Only downside, it was so good, none was left for snacks!
Russ 18 Apr
Very tasty, definitely would make again, all low sodium ingredients though. Very salty.
Good - a little too salty, though. Next time I cook it, low sodium soy sauce!!
Sherri G. 19 Mar
Followed recipe exactly as written. The flavors were great and over jasmine rice it just finished it off. Hubby and I loved it - this one’s a keeper!
Was so tasty! I will be making this again.
love this recipe! really good
WEST 13 Mar
i made this dish in 40min rather than the time on recipe, bye mixing all ingredients in a bowl tossing meat in flour browning in batches return all meat to wok pour in mixed ingredients throw in broccoli and wala done. just been told bye a family member it was the second best thing he has eaten
Nancy F. 23 Feb
Really Good! I did add mushrooms! Will make it again!
Sarah 14 Feb
Great and simple recipe for Asian beef and broccoli!
Clum 12 Feb
I added all the soy sauce it called for, I could taste the soy sauce, but for our taste it wasn’t overwhelming either, I added a tad bit of ginger to it as well! The cook time honestly I’d say varies depending on the size of your meat prices! We did cubes, and 3-4 hours on low was perfect, tender-but not mushy either! Looking forward to making it again!
Really good no modifications will make it again
Karen 15 Jan
Not good. The meat was really lower quality...fatty...I'll let my favorite Chinese restaurant be the expert on this one.
Debora K. 8 Jan
So yummy and easy to make. The taste is rich and delicious.
Jen N. 7 Jan
The beef shredded but flavor was great
Sandra H. 1 Jan
Turned out great!!! Very easy!!
Brad W. 25 Dec 2017
It was awesome, used brown rice. Great meal...
Teagan 21 Dec 2017
Very nice goes great with egg fried rice
Summer 14 Nov 2017
Really good!! I would make this again
Sharon L. 13 Nov 2017
Made this today. I️ added fresh ginger to the recipe and the taste was good. Cooking time is definitely too long and should be more like 4 hours. Would not add the broccoli to the crock but would keep it separate until ready to eat, gets over cooked.