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Slow Cooker London Broil: A Hearty and Comforting Main Dish

If you’re searching for a classic and comforting main dish, look no further than my slow cooker London broil. With tender roast beef, potatoes, carrots, and a flavorful broth, this recipe is a must-try for any food lover!

ready to serve london broil with potatoes and carrots

Sure, my air fryer is fabulous for quick and easy cooking, but sometimes I prefer to embrace the slow cooker. It’s perfect for those busy days when spending hours in the kitchen isn’t an option.

Now, you may already be familiar with some of my crockpot creations, such as crockpot ham and cabbage soup, tri-tip in the crockpot, sausage and green bean casserole, stuffing and chicken in the crockpot, and of course, my famous crockpot mac and cheese recipe. These dishes are all delicious main course options, just like today’s slow cooker London broil with vegetables.

Made with tender London broil roast, two types of veggies, and cooked in a flavorful beef stock broth, this dish is both hearty and comforting. As it simmers, your kitchen will fill with mouthwatering aromas, making it even harder to resist coming home to a fully cooked meal. And the best part? You can enjoy it with or without buttery noodles.

Here’s what I’m going to teach you in this post:

  • The ingredients and equipment you’ll need to make this London broil crockpot recipe.
  • How to make slow cooker London broil with potatoes and carrots at home.
  • Answers to commonly asked questions that may come up when you prepare my crockpot London broil with vegetables.

So, go ahead and plug in your crockpot, gather your ingredients, and join me as I guide you through the process of making my mouthwatering slow cooker London broil. It’s a dish that my family can’t get enough of!

How to Make Slow Cooker London Broil

STEP ONE: Heat a bit of olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Season the beef with salt and pepper, and sear it for 1-2 minutes on each side. This step is optional, but it helps bring out the natural flavors of the meat.

STEP TWO: Pour the broth, water, and onion soup mix into a 6-quart crockpot, and give it a good stir. Add the bay leaf, baby potatoes, and carrots, and season them with a pinch of salt and pepper.

STEP THREE: Place the seared beef on top of the vegetables, cover the crockpot, and set it to cook on Low for 8-10 hours or on High for 4-5 hours.

STEP FOUR: When the beef is done cooking, transfer it to a cutting board and let it rest. Then, arrange the vegetables on a serving tray, while leaving the broth inside the crockpot for now.

STEP FIVE: Whisk the cornstarch and water together until well-combined. Add the mixture to the broth in the crockpot and gently stir. Set your crockpot to High and let the gravy cook for 15-20 minutes to thicken.

STEP SIX: Carve the beef to your desired thickness and serve it with the homemade gravy, vegetables, and, if you wish, a side of noodles or rice. It’s time to savor the deliciousness!

Should London Broil Be Cooked Fast or Slow?

When it comes to cooking London broil, I’m all about low and slow. Slow cooking ensures tender and juicy results every time. If you cook it at too high of a temperature, you risk ending up with dry, tough, and chewy meat. That’s why this slow cooker London broil recipe is a winner!

Do You Need to Put Liquid in a Slow Cooker With Beef?

Indeed, a bit of liquid is necessary for your crockpot London broil with vegetables. However, there’s no need to completely submerge it. I typically add 1 cup of beef broth and 1 cup of water to mine. As the beef and vegetables cook, they will release their own liquids and create a wonderful broth. Adding more liquid might turn it into a beef stew, which is delicious but different from our goal.

What’s the Best Way to Tenderize a London Broil?

In this slow cooker London broil with potatoes and carrots recipe, you won’t have to worry about tenderizing the beef before cooking. The low and slow method takes care of that for you! However, if you choose to roast it in the oven, marinating the beef beforehand can help tenderize it.

More London Broil Recipes to Explore

If you can’t get enough of London broil, you’ll enjoy these other beefy recipes:

  • London Broil Marinade
  • Air Fryer London Broil
  • Instant Pot London Broil

Now that you’ve got the knowledge and the inspiration, it’s time to put your slow cooker to work and make your own delectable slow cooker London broil. Don’t forget to invite your loved ones to share in this comforting feast!

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