French Onion Steak

  

August 26, 2014

French Onion Steak 5 0 5 5
  • Prep: 20 mins
  • Cook: 4 hrs
  • 20 mins

    4 hrs

    4 hrs 20 mins

  • Yields: 3-4

Ingredients

French Onion Soup (dry pkt mix)

1/2 cup beef stock

2 -3 x onions chopped in slices 1-2 cm thick

3 rump or scotch fillet (woolies heart smart steak)

Gravy

1x tomato

Salt and pepper

Worcestershire sce (few drops)

Butter

Directions

1Place sliced inion on bottom sc bowl, with a good sploosh of stock.

2Sear seasoned steak in frypan.

3Remove steak n coat liberally wit French onion soup.

4Place in sc with knob bitter either side and sliced tomato on top of steak.

51 hour High

63-4 hours Low

7Remove steak and add gravy to thickens I turn back up to high with few drops Worcestershire sauce (optional).

8Then serve with either mash potato or potato bake and veg or corn on cob.

9Pour gravy over and devour 🙂

10Most importantly enjoy 🙂

Submitted by Cheryl Barrett

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9 Reviews

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

September 16, 2019

Yes it could totally be all low 🙂 5hrs sounds plenty … and yes skip the browning for dump bag 🙂

Jessica douglas

September 16, 2019

I make this regularly we love it except I always cut the steak into small pieces. I have 2 questions if anybody could answer?
Is it necessary to have it on for an hour on high or could it be on maybe 5 hours low or something? I would love to be able to just turn it on and not have to worry about changing temp.
Also without searing the steak first do you think I cold make this in a dump bag?

Colleen Snibson

September 9, 2016

Wow. What a nice flavour. The only issue I had was I think I overcooked it. The meat turned out a bit dry but it could have been two things. One, I didn’t use the meat mentioned in the recipe, I used silverside steak. Two, I really have to learn to adjust my cooking times because my new slow cooker cooks hotter, and I am finding I am overcooking everything. LOL. I just hate deviating from a recipe. I will learn, though.
I will definitely be making this again.

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

August 16, 2016

Made this tonight – loved it!
Kids all enjoyed it too 🙂
I left out the tomato as we aren’t big tomato fans
I also didn’t do the pre browning stage but it didn’t matter at all.
Thickened up the sauce in just a couple of minutes with the gravy and a good whisking.
I might slightly reduce the soup mix to reduce the saltiness next time 🙂
Enjoyed ours with a pile of fresh veg on the side.
If you’ve been thinking of trying this one – do it 🙂

Tanya Rumley

June 24, 2016

A delicious dish enjoyed by all 3 in my household, will be putting this on the menu and it’s not often the 3 of us agree on meals

Chris Jones

June 20, 2016

@Mel – I only used one steak, but you could use as many as can fit in a single layer in your SC.

Mel

June 18, 2016

How much beef do you need for this?

Chris Jones

June 18, 2016

I cooked this for my wife tonight while anticipating cooking my T bone on the bbq. Needless to say I regretted my t bone when I had a taste of my wife’s steak!!!!!

I found the Worcestershire worked with just a couple of teaspoons of gravox. Served it on the mash as a base with steamed broccoli. Cannot recommend enough.

I didn’t have the 4-5 hours to cook so I adjusted the cook times to 1.5 hrs high then 1.5 hrs low. Seemed to work if you only have 3 hrs, but probably best to stick to the recommended times for best results.

Lois Archer

March 8, 2016

Love this

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