Slow Cooker Cube Steak

This Slow Cooker Cube Steak is the perfect comfort food dinner made with just five ingredients. A savory gravy is made from brown gravy mix, beef broth, golden mushroom soup, and a flavorful onion mix. The cube steak cooks to fork tender in just a matter of hours. Add this easy recipe to your next meal plan!

Recipe Ingredients

Cube Steak: This meat is naturally tougher because it’s typically cut from a cow’s shoulder or hind end. It’s also put through a tenderizer before packaging; hence, why it has the indentions.
Brown Gravy Mix: In order to jumpstart the beef gravy mix for the cubed steaks, you’ll want to use two premade gravy packs like this.
Beef Broth: Whereas water would be mixed with the gravy packet, using the broth will give it more of a beef flavor.
Golden Mushroom Soup: This soup is less thick in texture than regular cream of mushroom soup and also tomato puree in addition to mushrooms and beef stock.
Lipton Onion Soup Mix: A combination of dry onion flakes, onion powder, black pepper, celery seed, paprika, parsley, and beef bullion granules for the perfect seasoning mixture.

Step-by-Step Directions

Step One – Place cube steaks into the slow cooker.

Step Two – Sprinkle on the lipton onion soup mix.

Step Three – Pour over the remaining wet ingredients and brown gravy packets.

Step Four – Cover and cook cube steak on HIGH for 4 hours or LOW for 6-7 hours. Serve with a few suggestions below and enjoy!

How to serve
The cubed steaks taste wonderful over a bed of egg noodles. Be sure to spoon over some extra gravy on top.
In addition to egg noodles, you may enjoy this steak with a side of Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, or Jalapeno Mac and Cheese. You can actually put the crock pot cubed steak on a bed of mashed potatoes or steamed white rice.
This is also delicious, served with extra sauteed mushrooms and onions over top.
And don’t forget the dinner rolls or cornbread
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