Crock Pot Beef and Broccoli

David B.: "Great every time! I add mushrooms too." Read More


  • 1 pound boneless beef chuck roast (sliced into thin strips)
  • 1 cup beef consomme (consumme)
  • 1/2 cup soy sauce
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • 3 garlic cloves (minced)
  • 2 tablespoons corn starch
  • 2 Tbsp cooled sauce from the crock pot after being cooked
  • broccoli florets (fresh, as many as desired)
  • cooked rice
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    Hank Hill 24 days ago
    Not bad flavor, but the 6 hour cook time was too long. Meat was falling apart and stringy.
    David B. a month ago
    Great every time! I add mushrooms too.
    Dizzle 3 months ago
    I added onions and green peppers with roasted sesame seeds on top. Everyone loved it.
    Dee 3 months ago
    Good but should have read reviews first! Next time will use either a bit less or low sodium soy sauce and will add some onions, ginger, and sambal or red pepper flakes.
    MasterLineCook 4 months ago
    Meat was tender and flavorful. Probably need to double recipe next time as not quite enough for four people.
    Trish 4 months ago
    This was really tasty. Next time I would double the liquid portion and the meat-just for more leftovers!
    Katie 4 months ago
    This turned out ok. However, the cook time was way too long. The meat was not in strips anymore, it was shredded and the meal turned into a stew. The flavor was ok though.
    Jesica Olson 4 months ago
    Great! Had a hard time thickening sauce but it was still really good
    Tiffany N. 8 months ago
    I believe the cuts of steak I used were too thin, they completely disintegrated in the crock pot and turned into a thick salty mess. Most likely my fault- I would try this again in a pan on the stove and perhaps it would work out.
    Misty Blackburn 8 months ago
    tastes great but the sauce didnt thicken in the crockpot or the stove
    Ericka Austin 8 months ago
    It’s delicious! But VERY salty! Use low sodium everything
    meredith s. 9 months ago
    It was really good for my first try. The flavor was excellent and I didn't have Sesame Oil, so it was left out. My only complaint was the broccoli was too soft. Next time I know to adjust the time it cooks. Will definitely make again!
    MG 9 months ago
    Very easy to put together and was yummy. Could have used a bit more flavor.
    Christine Ferguson 9 months ago
    delicious! easy to make and turned out good.
    Solomon Scott 9 months ago
    It turned out tender and hella flavorful
    Larry G. 9 months ago
    Good meal - used stew meat which broke down over the 9 hours of slow cooking. Sauce had cooked down so thickness wasn’t an issue. Next time will use low sodium soy sauce to help with the saltiness.
    Lareina J. 10 months ago
    Great every time! My kids love it
    Chaya Taylor 10 months ago
    It was pretty good, the family loved it.
    Linda 10 months ago
    Delicious! Followed exact instructions, but I added sliced carrots with the broccoli. This is a keeper!!
    Cross 10 months ago
    My whole family loved it! Broccoli was surprisingly crunchy & tender. We will be making this again!
    Delicious!! My family loves it!!
    Angie Carson a year ago
    This was very delicious. Put the sauce on the stovetop to thicken the sauce. My 3 year old even went back for seconds.
    Megan G. a year ago
    This is my third time to make it. Works great for venison too!
    Jes Lehninger a year ago
    Super average 😒 couldn’t get the sauce to the right consistency, cooked 3 hours on high & meat was tough... won’t try again.
    El Conquistador a year ago
    Yep, just flat out yummy!
    Luke A. a year ago
    Flavor is really great, however I would recommend-toning down the cook time. The suggested time I’m sure works well with modern slow cookers, but for our super old cooker it’s a bit long. If you’re using an older model I would recommend 3 hrs on low. Everything else about this recipe is great!
    Kim I. a year ago
    The flavor was good, but when I added the corn starch at the end, it never thickened to what I was expecting. What I got was more of a thin gravy than a thick sauce. We also felt it was missing something. Like a hint of spice or...something. It was still good and the boys ate it, so its still a winner
    wayne a year ago
    very nice. cooked meat in saucepan for 3.5 hours and used blade steak. very tender
    Roxanne Raymer a year ago
    I love it tried other recipes and this one had the perfect amount of ingredients.
    Patricia a year ago
    Love this dish! Very flavourful and tasty 😊. I did not have any sesame seed oil so I substituted it for Newman s own sesame tai dressing/ vinaigrette. Still awesome. I highly recommend this dish.