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**Slow Cooker Beef & Broccoli

Slow Cooker Beef & Broccoli

  • Cooking Time:

    6 — 8 hours on Low or 3 — 4 hours on High
  • Servings:

    6

Ingredients

1 1/2 lbs. beef, chuck roast, sliced into thin strips
1 c. beef broth
1/2 c. oys­ter sauce (found at gro­cery store with Asian foods)
1/2 – 1 lb. broc­coli, flo­rets, fresh or frozen (I pre­fer fresh)
1/4 c. water
2 T. corn­starch
Cooked rice (option­al)
Sesame seeds (for gar­nish)


Slow Cook­er Beef & Broc­coli is a real keep­er, and the Oys­ter sauce is a key fla­vor in this recipe! Why go out to eat when you can make this deli­cious dish at home? ENJOY!

  1. Arrange beef strips in a slow cook­er and pour beef broth and oys­ter sauce over the beef. (NOTE: You can sub soy sauce if you pre­fer.)
  2. Cov­er & Crock on LOW for 6–8 hours or on HIGH for 3–4 hours or until beef is very ten­der.
  3. Microwave FRESH broc­coli in microwave safe bowl with 1/4 c. water.  The broc­coli should be ten­der in 4–5 min­utes. (NOTE: If using frozen broc­coli, fol­low direc­tions on pack­ag­ing.)
  4. Com­bine corn­starch and 2 table­spoons of the cook­ing liq­uid (liq­uid from the broth and juices of the meat in the crock) in a small bowl and stir until smooth.
  5. Slow­ly add corn­starch liq­uid mix­ture to the crock and stir in until well com­bined.
  6. Fold drained broc­coli into the slow cook­er.
  7. Leave uncov­ered. Cook on High for about 15 min­utes or until sauce is thick­ened.

Serve over your favorite cooked rice and gar­nish with sesame seeds!

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Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Laurie
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Laurie

In step 5 you ref­er­ence 2 tbs cook­ing liq­uid– what is that? the 1/4 c. water? Thanks!

Barbara
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Barbara

Hi 🙂 this sounds deli­cious. Can you pls tell me how many this recipe serves? Thank you.

tina beck
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tina beck

That looks so good im gona try it

Anna Shorts
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Anna Shorts

Love your recipes. I would like to pur­chase your Get Crocked cook­book in paper form. Where do I get it? Thank you!

Rona
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Rona

Can this be made with Lon­don broil?

Lynne
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Lynne

This looks great! Is there a sub­sti­tute you can rec­om­mend for the oys­ter sauce?
Thank you!

Maggie
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Maggie

Would soy sauce work in place of oys­ter sauce?

Karen Zavasnik
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Karen Zavasnik

Love my Hamil­ton Beach 6 quart with alu­minum insert. You can cook on stove and go right into crock hold­er. Love your recipes.

Karen Zavasnik
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Karen Zavasnik

love the receipes

Kristine
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Kristine

Do you think you could you slice the beef, add broth and oys­ter sauce and freeze until you are ready to use?

Jackie
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Jackie

This looks so good!! Do you think adding some medi­um sized cooked shrimp would change the fla­vor?

Thanks for shar­ing all your won­der­ful recipes. I am hav­ing a hard time pick­ing which one I want to start with. Yumm!

Terri Weidman
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Terri Weidman

We had this for din­ner tonight and loved it. I used chuck roast cut thin by the butch­er. It had great fla­vor. Unan­i­mous vote for it being a keep­er. Didn’t tell my fam­i­ly about the oys­ter sauce and none of them could tell. It just tast­ed great.

Hillary
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Hillary

Could you make this with chick­en and chick­en broth? Would the cook­ing time still be the same?

Sara
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Sara

In the recipe it says I can sub out Soy Sauce for Oys­ter — do you have a sug­gest­ed mea­sure­ment for how much Soy Sauce you would use instead of the Oys­ter Sauce?

Vickie
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Vickie

Does the nutri­on­al val­ue include rice???

Michel Tallarigo
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Michel Tallarigo

I have a nin­ja crock­pot that has stove top method also. Should I turn it on stove­top when lid is removed at the end for 15 min.?

Kat
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Kat

Why don’t you cook the broc­coli in the crock pot?

Jessica
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Jessica

Do you think it would taste good to use tyr­i­a­ki sauce instead if oys­ter?

Kathleen Rutsky
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Kathleen Rutsky

What brand of slow cook­er do you use? There are so many on the mar­ket — I don’t know what to buy?

Kathy Rutsky
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Kathy Rutsky

Does any­one make a small­er ver­sion of this crock pot? It’s me most of the time, but I occa­sion­al­ly have fam­i­ly over. Most of the small­er ver­sions have a low or high ver­sion — but noth­ing for all day cook­ing.

Melissa Cooper
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Melissa Cooper

Hel­lo, I was won­der­ing if you or any­one else has added oth­er veg­gies like car­rots and cau­li­flower?

Sherry DeWyer
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Jenn,
We have no microwave, so would I just “par-boil” the broc­coli?

Deb
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Deb

I was real­ly hop­ing the broc­coli went into the crock­pot at the start — so I’m won­der­ing if you think I could add the raw broc­coli at some point in the cook­ing process — like say an hour before it’s done — what do you think?

amanda
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amanda

mak­ing this for din­ner tonight i hope i turnes out good:)

Judy
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Judy

If I were to half this recipe since it’s just for me, would that change the cook­ing time? Also, what hap­pens if I don’t get home for 10–12 hours? Is the dish ruined? Thanks!

Sandie
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Sandie

I made this one. Good thing my hus­band was home because he said he smelled burn­ing after about 5 hours so he turned it to warm and saved it. I used frozen broc­coli and cooked it in the microwave for a minute less than the direc­tions said so that it would still be crisp. I added it to the final 15 minute cook­ing time along with a can of chop suey veg­eta­bles and served over rice with crispy chow mein noo­dles. It was good. Next time, I will make it when I am home so I am able to keep… Read more »

Natalie
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Natalie

I tried this last night and it tast­ed deli­cious. Only prob­lem I had was almost not sauce. Maybe I cooked it too long (just on low for 7 hours) or trimmed to much fat off the beef? It seems as though I need­ed to dou­ble the amount of broth and oys­ter sauce to get and actu­al sauce from this recipe instead of just fla­vored beef.

Val
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Val

I just made this tonight and loved it. It did taste a lit­tle salty to me tho. Do dif­fer­ent oys­ter sauces taste dif­fer­ent? All I could find in our Asian sec­tion at the gro­cery store was oys­ter fla­vored sauce so I don’t know if that’s dif­fer­ent. Mine was also a bit dry so I added a lit­tle more water and that helped.
Thank you for this awe­some recipe! I will be shar­ing it.
Val

julia Kafantaris
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julia Kafantaris

Has any­one used asian fish sauce instead of oys­ter? Are they the same thing?

susan
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susan

do u have to use oys­ter sauce can u use some­thing else

Pam
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Pam

OMG I think I just found my new fav cook­ing sum­ite!! I love my crock­pot

Caroline
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Caroline

Dou­bled the recipe and used 1/2 teriya­ki and 1/2 oys­ter sauce and 1 tsp of ground gin­ger. Also added aspara­gus with the broccoli.….delicious!

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karen
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what an amaz­ing recipe…I am so goign to make this instead of order­ing EXPENSIVE chi­nese food with it’s now small­er por­tions. Sav­ing this to my excell recipe sheet.

Sean
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Sean

This was real­ly good, I loved it actu­al­ly! Here are the changes I made, first I had left over stew meat in the freez­er, so it was more chunks then strips of beef. Sec­ond I added a clove of gar­lic, and a table­spoon of fresh fine­ly diced gin­ger. And then my biggest mis­take was putting in the raw fresh broc­coli about an hour and a half before it was ready to serve. That was way to long to cook, it got to soft. Also I should have added more broc­coli because I love broc­coli. It was still very good, it… Read more »

Misty
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Misty

This looks real­ly tasty, and I LOVE beef and broc­coli! But the nutri­tion­al infor­ma­tion (calo­ries, carbs, pro­tein) seems real­ly high for a sixth of the amount of beef, broc­coli, beef broth and oys­ter sauce used in the recipe. Could you explain how you deter­mined the nutri­tion­al info? Thanks!

Laura
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Laura

Cooked this tonight for din­ner, and I was very dis­ap­point­ed. The sauce based on the recipe was not enough and I had to add more. The beef fell apart into mush when I stirred in the (under­cooked) broc­coli. And it was com­plete­ly bland. My kids wouldn’t even eat it.

Holli
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OMG! Made this today. Added the juice and zest of 1 man­darin orange and a table­spoon of chili paste with gar­lic. Sud­den­ly, it’s the yum­mi­est Orange Beef & Broc­coli ever! Thanks for the recipe!!

Michele
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Michele

Can I sub­sti­tute frozen bone­less chick­en for the beef? And if so should I swap out the beef broth for chick­en broth or gravy?…or do you have a sim­i­lar recipe for a Chi­nese Chick­en and broc­coli crock dish?!?

Lorraine
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Lorraine

I have a 4 quart crock pot and when­ev­er I see you post recipes, you don’t state what size crock pot is need­ed for it. Can I use my 4 quart crock pot for all your recipes and, if not, how would I know how to adjust the amounts of ingre­di­ents to accom­mo­date my small­er crock­pot?

Danielle Williamson
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Danielle Williamson

Hi Jenn,
I know you said to use a sub­sti­tute sauce that my fam­i­ly will like. But when you said that soy sauce could be used as a sub­sti­tute, was that in place of the beef broth or the oys­ter sauce or both? Thank you in advance. Can’t wait to try this!

Kathy Sims
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Kathy Sims

Where does the 58 grams of carbs come from? With the ingre­di­ents list­ed it doesn’t make sense.

Sara
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Sara

This was excel­lent!! Since I didn’t have oys­ter sauce, I used stir fry sauce instead. Came out per­fect 🙂 thank you for the recipe!!

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Jenn is the founder of Get­Crocked, the #1 resource for slow cook­ing with over 1.5 mil­lion online fol­low­ers. She inno­vates recipes dai­ly with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cook­er.

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