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Steak And Potatoes Dinner (One-Pot)

Steak and Potatoes Dinner is an easy one-pot meal, which can be made using any of three methods – Loaded with meat and vegetables this is perfect comfort food

Steak and Potatoes Dinner is an easy one-pot meal, which can be made using any of three methods - Loaded with meat and vegetables this is perfect comfort food

This Steak and Potatoes one-pot dinner can be made using your slow-cooker, pressure-cooker or a normal pot simmering on the stove top.

Way past delicious and so saucy! Everything you need for a balanced meal is included here, meat, a variety of mixed vegetables and loads of potatoes.

I used my pressure-cooker, which I absolutely love.

But, if for any number of reasons, you’d like to use your slow-cooker or cook the meal in an everyday pot on the stove, that is fine as well.

Steak and Potatoes Dinner is an easy one-pot meal, which can be made using any of three methods - Loaded with meat and vegetables this is perfect comfort food

I decided against rice, which I would normally serve with a stew-like meal, as this recipe contains a lot of potatoes already, and only served some French Bread slices on the side.

You can of course use less potatoes (maybe one less) and still serve the Steak and Potatoes over rice.

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You can use any variety of vegetables your family prefers.

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Steak And Potatoes Dinner(One-Pot)

Yield: 6 Servings

Steak And Potatoes Dinner (One-Pot)

Steak and Potatoes Dinner (One-Pot)

Steak and Potatoes Dinner is an easy one-pot meal, which can be made using any of three methods - Loaded with meat and vegetables this is perfect comfort food

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 TB Olive Oil, extra-virgin
  • 1 large Onion, chopped roughly (large chunks)
  • 675 g Beef Steak, cubed/strips/chunks ( 1 1/2 pounds)
  • 2 cups Beef Stock
  • 1 can (410g) Chopped Tomatoes
  • 1 t Sugar
  • 1 t Dried Italian Herbs
  • 4 large Potatoes, with the skin and scrubbed clean, quartered
  • 500 g Mixed Frozen Vegetables, defrosted ( 16 oz ) SEE NOTES
  • Salt and Pepper (optional)

Instructions

  1. Heat the Oil in a large pressure-cooker or pot – saute the Onion until soft – add the Beef and stir-fry 2 – 3 minutes to brown all over
  2. Add the Beef Stock, Tomatoes, Sugar, Italian Herbs and Potatoes – PRESSURE COOKER: pressure cook for 15 minutes STANDARD POT: simmer for 2 hours SLOW-COOKER: cook on High for 3- 4 hours until the meat and Potatoes are soft and cooked
  3. Add the defrosted Mixed Vegetables and cook as follows: PRESSURE COOKER: 5 – 8 minutes STANDARD POT: 15 – 20 minutes SLOW-COOKER: 30 – 45 minutes on High

Notes

  • I like the Carrot/Green Beans/Broccoli/Cauliflower/Marrow combination of mixed vegetables
  • More liquid (stock) might be needed, whilst simmering, if you make this in a standard pot
  • Cooking time shown based on using a Pressure Cooker

Nutrition Information

Yield

6

Amount Per Serving Calories 447.1Total Fat 9.7gSaturated Fat 2.4gUnsaturated Fat 6.3gCarbohydrates 56.8gFiber 10.2gSugar 6.3gProtein 35g

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Season to taste with Salt and Pepper (if necessary) and serve.

LINDA

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Vicky Wichman Yernesek

Monday 5th of November 2018

Try the new electric pressure cookers. I was afraid of the stove top ones, but the electric are awesome. No scares there.

Linda Nortje

Monday 5th of November 2018

Vicky, I was actually looking at getting an electric pressure cooker, but then the Instant Pot hit the market :-) Missed the first batch which was sent to South-Africa but am now a proud owner of one ! And yes, they are amazing !

Cathy Compeau

Thursday 19th of September 2013

Hi Linda! Thank you for sharing at our TGIF Link Party at A Peek Into My Paradise. I hope you will be back to link up another awesome post this week!Cathy @ http://apeekintomyparadise.blogspot.com/

Lynn Huntley

Tuesday 17th of September 2013

Hi Linda! Thanks for stopping by Tasty Tuesdays and sharing your fantastic recipe~ Have a great week! Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

Amy Ellis

Friday 13th of September 2013

Hi Linda, stopping by from Mellywoods. As our summer is just coming to end, it was almost 90f yesterday and more like 70f today, this recipe is just what the doctor ordered. I'm a stew kind of girl and I will most certainly be making this or having the hubby do so. Great directions, pinning ~ Amy

Mel@Mellywood's Mansion

Friday 13th of September 2013

Oh I love my pressure cooker I will give this a try. Pressure cooking is my fave because I'm rarely that organised lol

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