Blackberry Sweet & Savoury Steak

Submitted by Alycia Park

Blackberry Sweet & Savoury Steak

5 from 1 vote
Serving: 4
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 6 hrs
Total Time 6 hrs 5 mins


  • 1-1.5kg steak (I used rump but any cut can be used)
  • 1/2 cup blackberry jam
  • 3/4 cup tomato ketchup (or tomato sauce)
  • 1 packet dry french onion soup
  • Cracked black pepper (approx 1 teaspoon)


  • Place all ingredients in the slow cooker bowl
  • Cook on low for 6 hours
  • Check sauce approximately 1 hour before serving, if too savoury added another tablespoon of jam too make it a more sweet taste 🙂

18 thoughts on “Blackberry Sweet & Savoury Steak”

  1. Dorthe. Holden

    Omg made this tonight . It was so good . Even all the kids loved it and ask for me to make it again .

  2. Very tasty recipe. I used chuck steak instead of rump steak and it was great. The sauce is a delicious flavour. Definitely going to make this again.

  3. Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

    Sooooooo good!
    We used a kg of diced beef and floured it lightly first
    Served with sweet potato mash, steamed broccolini & fresh corn cobs
    The only thing I’d do differently next time is look for seedless jam to avoid the occasional pips
    Will definitely do this meal again
    Wish I’d tried it sooner 🙂

  4. Very nice & sweet enough no need to add any extra jam.. used 1kg diced lean beef Would prefer to find a variety of blackberry jam without the pips for next time but overall easy and enjoyed by all the family including master 12 & Miss 18 who are not big meat eaters..👍

  5. Made this for dinner last night and it was awesome. Sauce was so good, full of taste. Served with veggies. Will be making again. Terrific recipe – thank you for sharing.

  6. This was so easy and delicious, I didn’t have blackberry jam, yet had plum sauce in my pantry ,this worked fine. And I used 8 chicken drumsticks. This will be a recipe to keep.

  7. It was delicious 😋 but the seeds were ghastly for me so next time I’ll get seedless lol, thickened an hour before serving with corn flour slurry 1 TBS with half a cup of the juices

  8. If you heat the jam up in the microwave, you can straight out the seeds with a strainer (make sure you don’t melt it if it’s plastic, and beware, hot jam is lava). I’ve just popped in slow cooker for first time, see how we go!

  9. Had this one cooking yesterday – swapped out the french onion soup mix with beef stock and added a good dash of worcestershire sauce – This was a winner and will be definitely cooked again

  10. Tonight I made this mouth watering dish. For something so simple ingredient and preparation wise, it packed a serious flavour punch. The jam makes a beautiful stickiness and the beef melts in your mouth. I served it with jasmine rice & broccoli in a garlic butter

  11. I don’t like blackberry jam so I made this using plum jam and tomato soup instead of the sauce and it was absolutely delicious. Thank you so much for another great recipe.

  12. This was sssoooo good!!! Loved the sauce & was super easy to throw in the sc!!! Everyone even fussy eaters ate, actually they licked them clean!! Will definitely be making this again!! I served with home made wedges & corn!!!

  13. Yummy!! I didn’t have any blackberry jam, so I used boysenberry jelly. The smell while cooking drove me nuts looked forward to dinner time. Served it with mashed potatoes, steamed cauliflower/broccoli, will add this recipe to my favourites.

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