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Crockpot Steak featuring Peter Luger Steak House Sauce

Crockpot Steak featuring Peter Luger Steak House Sauce

Crockpot Steak featuring Peter Luger Steak House Sauce

How to Cook Steak in the Crockpot

I love going out to a well renowned steak house for a filet mignon and an evening out. But, more times than not, grabbing a filet or strip from the butcher shop and throwing it on the grill for a night in is what I want more! There are many days when you are tired, the weather isn’t cooperating, or you’re simply just an Empress that doesn’t know how to fire up the grill! That’s when you pull out your old handy crockpot to do all the work for you! This crockpot steak featuring Peter Luger Steak House Sauce will have your tastebuds feeling like they are in New York! It will also wow your man, because you just made him steak!Peter Luger Steak Sauce bottlesNow, here’s a full disclosure, Empresses and Emperors. I know this crockpot steak with Peter Luger Sauce recipe is going to be very taboo for many of you. I see you shaking your heads right now, thinking to yourself, “crockpot steak”??? I know, it’s hard to wrap your brain around, because steak is meant to be grilled or cooked on the stovetop. Trust me, I get it, but I’m here to help my Empresses cook a meal that will have their men so happy that they got steak for dinner! Is it really possible to create a flavorful, juicy and tender steak in a crockpot that doesn’t have flame? Read on to find out!!!Porterhouse steak for Peter Luger Crockpot Steak RecipeI’m not going to lie, this is not a steak that will ever compete with a fancy established steak house like Peter Luger, but it will give a girl super bonus points with her man. I did several attempts at this crockpot steak before I got it right and it is definitely Fred approved. The longer you cook it the more well done it will become and a pink center will be hard to achieve. I recommend only cooking for an hour or so until desired temperature is reached. You can use a meat thermometer to check or simply cook for two to three hours and not think twice about even having to check! Easy enough for even those who don’t know their way around a kitchen! Peter Luger Steak Sauce bottleFred loves Peter Luger Steak House and their famous sauce, because of the distinct flavor of horseradish. I am excited to try this with other brands of steak sauce, too. That’s the beauty of this recipe. Just add in a few steaks, two bottles of your favorite steak sauce or the recipe for the best ever steak marinade ever (you can get the recipe here) into the crockpot, and you will have a special night in only a few hours! All you have to do is provide the atmosphere!What is your favorite brand of steak sauce and which one will you choose to cook crockpot steak? As always, let me know if you try it and how you like it!

Crockpot Steak

Crockpot Steak

Ingredients

  • One to three steaks of choice (strip, sirloin, filet, porterhouse, etc.)
  • Two bottles of your favorite steak sauce

Instructions

  1. Tenderize steaks using a meat tenderizer
  2. Add steaks to crockpot
  3. Pour steak sauce on top
  4. Cover and cook on low 6-8 hours or high 3-4 hours
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    Have you tried 'The Best Steak Marinade in Existence'? - Crockpot Empire
    March 31, 2017 at 3:47 pm

    […] to grill, but to also cook meat in the crockpot! And boy, was this a HUGE hit! See my blog post here on how to cook a steak in the crockpot. This marinade is so simple. Just gather the ingredients, toss them into a blender, and mix […]

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    Nick
    August 11, 2018 at 2:08 pm

    I’m trying to understand your recipe. Not sure if I missed something but you state in your write up to cook for an hour and then in your directions state slow cook on low six to eight hours. Can you please clarify.

    Kind regards,

    Nick

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      Crockpot Empire
      August 16, 2018 at 1:53 pm

      Hi Nick! Thanks for the message and I’m sorry for the confusion. I cooked mine for 3-4 hours on high, but depending on the cut that may be too long. My steaks were pretty thin, so I could have taken them out after an hour or two if I wanted a little pink. I suggest checking it after two hours to see if the middle is at least 145 degrees Fahrenheit. If not 3 hours will do the trick! Or if you want to really slow cook, on low for 4-6. I am adding this in to the post now to clarify. Enjoy! 🙂

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