Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Slow Cooker Indian Beef from Perry's Plate

Boneless chuck flavored with freshly ground spices, browned, and cooked in the slow cooker.  (Photo from Perry's Plate.)

There are a few steps to preparing this Slow Cooker Indian Beef from Perry's Plate, but when you read through the recipe you can tell the preparation method is going to make the flavors shine.  First cubes of boneless beef are marinated in spices for an hour, then the beef is browned, and then the meat goes in the slow cooker with chiles, spices and beef stock and cooks until it's tender.  The addition of yogurt at the end adds a bit of creaminess and the dish is served over rice.  Natalie uses arrowroot for browning the beef to keep the recipe gluten-free, but you can use flour if that's not an issue for you.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Indian Beef from Perry's Plate.

More Ideas with Beef in the Slow Cooker:
Beef Short Ribs for BBQ Sliders from Sass and Veracity
Beef with Tomatoes, Pearl Onions, and Portobello Mushrooms from Color Me Pink
Shredded Beef Tacos with Spicy Slaw and Avocado from Kalyn's Kitchen
Wild Mushroom Beef Stew from Chick in the Kitchen
Spicy Barbacoa Soft Tacos from Bev Cooks 

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2 comments:

  1. I've been cooking Indian food more often now that I've started using a slow cooker. I'm adding this recipe to my list to try soon.

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  2. Lydia, I thought of you when I saw this!

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