Recipe: Slow Cooked Flank Steak

As many of you already know, I love to use my slow cooker. I love when I can find a recipe that is easy, quick and well, cheaper than most steaks. Flank steak is a relatively inexpensive cut of meat for the quality. If you cook it right, it can be amazingly tender and juicy.

This recipe adds some kicked up flavor buy using green chilies or you can even use jalapeños to give it a nice zesty flavor.

I hope you are enjoying the recipe series!

You can check out the directions for the delicious Flank Steak here.

Comments

  1. Debbie Rice via Facebook

    Oooo sounds yummy and I have all the ingredients on hand except for the steak. LOVE my slow cooker. It is the only way I get a home cooked meal anymore.

  2. Dona Babbitt via Facebook

    Thanks Shannon!

  3. Dona Babbitt via Facebook

    Thanks Shannon!

  4. Zuzu

    I don’t know where you live but flank steak is NOT a relatively inexpensive cut of meat.

    • Shannon

      It is a relatively inexpensive cut of steak. Now, relatively inexpensive means relative to the price of other steaks – i.e Flank Steak is $6.99-$7.99 lb on an average, and NY Strip steak is $9.99 – $13.99 on average, so relative it is. Now if you want really cheap, than you may look at a roast.

      • Jennifer Young

        I pay 5.99/lb at Costco. I used to cringe slightly too but then I really thought about it. There is no fat or bone so you are not paying for any waste. It really tastes awesome. This looks yummy. I will have to try it. Thanks!

  5. and Dona Babbitt – I should type post up again and make it make sense LOL

  6. Dona Babbitt – the green chiles are more mild. I used jalapenos to kick it up a bit – but the green chilies are fantastic too.

  7. Dona Babbitt via Facebook

    Shannon, the recipe says “green chiles” but you said you used jalapeno’s. Did you replace the chiles with the jalapeno’s? How many did you use? I love the taste of jalapeno’s, but not sure about the green chiles?

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