posted on Dec, 30 2007 @ 09:42 PM
I used mine a couple days ago for sirloin tip steak rolls.
Two large steaks, I cut mine from a roast.
Half pound of smoked bacon.
Salt & Pepper.
1/4 C water.
Flatten the steaks with your fists as much as possible on a flat surface.
Salt lightly and pepper to taste.
Lay strips of bacon to cover each steak.
Sprinkle on chopped onion.
Tightly roll each steak from the narrowest end and tie with butcher twine.
Three strings around and one lengthwise works for me, but be fairly tight.
Add 1/4 cup of water in your cooker and put in the rolled steaks.
Salt and pepper on top and a sprinkle of chopped onion.
Put on the lid, set on low, and don't open it for 7 - 8 hours.
Remove from cooker when time is up and slice into rings to serve.
I like to serve this with home made hash browns and fried mushrooms because they just seem to go together well.
A French Merlot compliments the meal, but cold beer does just as well depending on your preference.
Happy cooking asala, don't let that slow cooker sit in the cupboard. :shk:
EDIT: I almost forgot, make sure you do a creamy gravy with the liquid left in the pot. If you serve wine or beer with the meal add just a splash to
the gravy to give a little continuity to the flavors that cross your palate.
[edit on 30/12/2007 by anxietydisorder]