Market Pantry Thin Steak Slices Make Quick Dinners



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Researchers tested 24 overweight women in a study at the University of Illinois. Eating about 10 ounces of beef a day on a roughly 1,700 calorie diet helped the women lose more weight, more fat and less muscle than a controlled group eating the same number of calories but less protein. The beef eaters also had less hunger pangs. So, go eat your steak! But make it lean braised beef chili slow cooker though.

This recipe serves four people. If you want to use beef, tenderloin is good. Alternatively, you can use a tougher cut like stewing steak and simmer the soup for a longer time. If you prefer pork, try bacon or belly pork.

Some meat dishes, especially when you are using tough cuts, will take up to ten hours to tenderize in a crock pot but fish cooks a lot quicker, which is why slow cooker braising steak for fish usually only need three or four hours. Leaving the fish in the crockpot when it has finished cooking can dry it out so this is not something to leave in there all day while you are out. You will need to serve the fish the moment it is prepared.

Steaks from larger fishes like mackerel, salmon, haddock and cod could be cooked in the crockpot. It will not be feasible to include the whole fish in the pot however, you can certainly include the steaks. If you have a whole fish to cook you can even cut into steaks or have your fishmonger do it for you. Since flatfish tends to be much smaller than these types of fishes it is possible to add the entire fish to the slow cooker. Please remember because the flesh is not muscular it'll be delicate and soft and will cook in a short time.

Since I work at home, having the kitchen stay a comfortable temperature is a must, as I spend quite a bit of time there preparing meals and snacks for my day care kids. I use my crock pot year round, and love its usefulness during the warm weather months when I can fix the beginnings of the meal in the morning when I've got other 'stuff' out on the counter anyway, put it all in the pot, and then clean up the whole mess when I'm done. The crock pot requires very little clean up itself, so there you have yet another major reason for why slow cooking is so great.

If you really want to kick the flavor up a notch, take a few extra minutes to make some "gravy" with the drippings from the crock pot. When you remove the meat, pour the excess liquid into a bowl through a strainer. Put that liquid into a pot on the stove, braising a meat gently boil it until the liquid volume has reduced by roughly half. Add a few tablespoons of flour to thicken it up, and you've got the best taco sauce possible!