Braised Steak and Onions

Braised Steak and Onions


October 31, 2014

  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 8 hrs
  • Yields: 4


750gm steak

3 tbs seasoned flour

2 onions sliced

2 beef stock cubes or 2 tsp beef stock powder

1 tsp Vegemite

1 cup water

1 tbs tomato paste

1 tbs Worcestershire sauce


1Put steak into plastic bag with seasoned flour and shake.

2Place in slow cooker with sliced onion.

3Mix all other ingredients in a jug then pour into slow cooker and mix with steak and onions.

4Cook on low for 8you hours, stirring occasionally if possible.

Submitted by Tina Broadbent


19 Reviews

Alyssa Dahiya

August 6, 2022

I made this today for the first time but halved the recipe to fit in my 1.5 litre sc. I didn’t flour the meat first, instead I thickened it with a slurry of plain flour and water at the end of cooking. The flavours were amazing and this will be a regular in our house from now on. Thanks for such a quick easy recipe.

Usually flour with salt and pepper added to it 🙂

Brigeen Grant

March 20, 2021

What is seasoned flour please

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

December 21, 2020

No need to brown. The flour will all stick to the meat so I don’t think you’ll have any to tip in cooker 🙂


December 21, 2020

Do u need to brown the steak first?
After shaking.. do you throw it all (including seasoned flour) into slow cooker?
Cheers n ty

Emma Worrell

July 28, 2020

Love this recipe and have made it many times! Sometimes I add mushrooms in and is delicious as well. Requested the most by my dad when he comes for dinner

Paulene @ Slow Cooker Central

February 13, 2020

Seasoned flour is just to add salt and pepper to it first Rick 🙂 Gravy beef would be nice with this one


February 12, 2020

Firstly loved the look of the recipe so going to try it out over the weekend but have a couple of questions before I do? What is seasoned flour obviously has some sort of seasoning added to the flour but what and how much? Question 2 is gravy beef ok to use as I make all my Indian curries with this?


April 6, 2019

I made this last night and everyone loved it. So easy and I’m a really basic cook that doesn’t experiment. Will be making this again for our family of 5.

Leanne Featherstone

June 16, 2018

Has this for tea was awesome. With the left overs I made pies.


June 14, 2018

Smashing, this is the first time I have made this, I used diced beef and added sliced mushrooms about 2hrs before it was ready absolutely lovely. With 3 teenage boys this is perfect for leftovers in the fridge especially when the eldest son and partner do shift work easy to come hpme and heat up on toast or with fresh bread. YUMM!!


April 6, 2018

I thought it was such a simple recipe that it wasn’t going to be very good, but I tried it anyway. I was pleasantly surprised. I would definetly have this again.

Carla Mullenberg

July 24, 2017

Loved it will be on the monthly roster for sure.


March 12, 2017

Had this last week it was yummy even hubbies liked it

This one is cooked in whole steaks
You could use any you like but cheaper cuts with a little fat on them will be most tender 🙂

Ann Noonan

March 11, 2017

Hi ladies question….can it be any steak and is it sliced in thin strips looks delicious thank you


March 8, 2017

Had this for dinner tonight, it was AMAZING!!! I doubled all ingredients bar the steak and onion as I wasnt going to be home to give it a little stir. Was on from 8.30am until roughly 6pm. Meat just fell apart! Sauce was a little runny due to me doubling the recipe, so I just stirred some corn flour and took the lid off for awhile.


August 11, 2016

I did this with sausages once it’s amazing 😀 trying with chuck steak strips today and a cup of blitzed mushrooms


July 25, 2016

Beautiful flavours we doubled the recipe and for left overs where going to put in a pie

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