Crock Pot Beef Stew

Crock Pot Stew

Things you will need:

  • 4 Quart ( Feeds 3-4)  or 8 Quart ( Feeds 5+plus) Crock Pot with a “Low” setting
  • 6 hours away from Crock Pot
  • Hand Blender or a Hand Wisk
  • (1) 4-5 Quart Mixing bowl


2 lbs( Feeds 3-4)  or 3.5 lbs ( Feeds 4-6) of Boneless Beef Chuck Roast

(1)   32 oz. Package of Assorted Vegetables

(1)   14oz. Can of Beef Broth

(2)   10.5 oz. cans of Campbell’s French Onion Soup


½ Cup McCormick Montreal Steak Seasoning

1 Tablespoon of Oregano Leaves

½ cup of A-1 Steak Sauce

½ Cup of Worcestershire Sauce

¼ Cup of Minced Garlic

2 Tablespoons of Corn Starch

1 Table spoon of Olive oil

1 Cup of fresh Chopped Red Onion


CookLikeADad  Cooking Steps:

Step 1: Prep the Meat

Take steak seasoning and rub all sides of the meat. Make sure you have equal proportions of th seasoning on the meat for best results.  Sprinkle and distribute the oregano leaves as well, equal distribution of oregano on the meat. Grease bottom and sides of crock pot with Olive Oil. Make sure the bottom has a “film” of the Oil for best results. Place Chopped  Red onion on the bottom of the Crock Pot.  Place Meat on top of onion and into crock pot

Step 2: Prep the Stew Sauce

Take French Onion Soup, Beef Broth, Steak Sauce, Worcestershire Sauce and place in Mixing bowl.  Slowly, Add Corn starch into mixture and mix with either a wisk or a hand blender on a slow setting.  Allow starch to blend into bowl. Pour Mixture into Crock pot

Step 3: Option on Vegetables

Place the pre-packaged vegetables into the Crock Pot.

If you have a Crock pot with a “timer”, Set the Crock Pot on a “LOW” Setting for 6 hours. You can’t over cook the stew, so don’t worry about getting home on time or overnight cooking.

If you do NOT have timer, Set Crock Pot on LOW setting and you will need a minimum of 6 hours of cooking time. If you are planning to ADD potatoes, make sure you add them at the original time so they have at least 6 hours to cook with the meat.

OPTION on Vegetables:

If you are planning on being around 3 hours BEFORE Dinner, you can place the packaged Vegetables into the crock pot 3-4 hours before serving. Some people like their vegetables more fresh than soft.


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