Choose your favorite cut of beef and throw it in the crockpot to make one of these delicious crockpot beef recipes. There are so many different recipes to choose from just like there are so many different cuts of beef.
You can go with an easy ground beef crockpot recipe or something a little more challenging like steak crockpot recipes.
All of them make for perfect family dinner recipes that everyone can get behind, even kids.
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Making Crockpot Beef Recipes
Beef is not the fattiest meat out there, but things do get pretty greasy when you’re cooking it. That is why one of the most important things to remember is that browning may be required.
Many crockpot beef recipes require you to brown the meat first and then toss it into the crockpot. This is an extra, important step but it is also quick and easy.
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Chuck roasts are a cut of beef that become more tender after a few hours in the crockpot. The tenderness comes from the fatty tissue.
So, if you want tender meat, go for the fatty cuts of beef for crockpot beef recipes that will fall apart with a fork.
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Ground Beef Crockpot Tip
Many times, we use the crock pot to save some time. However, add one step to the recipe and you’ll be very happy you did. Brown the meat before throwing it into the crock pot.
If you brown the meat, it will caramelize the juices inside the pan. Then throw everything into the crock pot, including the juices from the pan.
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To Shred or Not to Shred
If you want to shred the meat after cooking, a rump or bottom cut will work best. Really, any chuck will work but you want it to be less fatty. The goal in shredded recipes is to dry the meat out more than normal.
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