Quick Dinner Fixins: Slow Cooked Steak Sandwiches

I love my slow cooker. Its ridiculous but I pine for it all summer long and use it far too often in the winter, because for some mystical reason the crock pot is off limits during the warmer months. Its perfect for getting out the door and having supper on the table and ready when you walk through the door (not to mention that awesome smell of delicious that fills your home).

That is until your sitting at work for four hours not sure if you actually turned the crock-pot on or not. Go me.

I know, the suspence is killing you right? It was for me. Luckily I had indeed remembered to actually turn it on and we didn’t have to order out for supper tonight.

Handsome started school again tonight. He has late evening classes three nights a week, so I have to get back into the swing of late night meals.

Whats great about this crock-pot dish (much like those granola bars) is the versitility. Change a few spices and you have great fajita meat waiting for you. Substitute the beef for poultry. Use soy sauce instead of steak seasonings, add some garlic and serce over rice for a quick Asian inspired dish. Can’t go wrong. :)

 

 


Comments

  1. says

    Look at that yummy steak – cooked to a perfection!
    I use my slow cooker about 3-4 times a year…I don’t use it as often as I should. I actually am about to do a post on a delicious Coq Au Vin that I did in the slow cooker – it was so freakin’ goooood! :)

  2. says

    This looks great! Tummy rumbling now. I love my slow cooker too, don’t know how I could’ve lived without it before. It’s my best friend next to my food processor :D

  3. bertaiam says

    I use my slow cooker even in the summer — I plug it in out in the garage so it doesn’t heat up the house. Come home to a cool house and a cooked dinner!

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