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Crock Pot London Broil On Potato Wedges

London Broil isn’t something I usually associate with “good quality” when it comes to cuts of beef. It can be tough and dry depending on how it’s prepared. But it’s also a really affordable cut when it comes to feeding the family. So whats a sure-fire way to get a London Broil cooked well? Why a Crock Pot of course!

Some nights, we like our veggies, while others we just need straight meat and potatoes. This recipes is exactly that – Meat and Potatoes. This is a recipe that uses EVERYTHING in the crock pot, by turning the juices into a savory gravy that smothers the meat and potatoes and turns every bite into a mouthful of flavor and really keeps the London Broil nice and moist.

The seasonings I used for the Crock Pot London Broil give it a hearty “steak” flavor with a nice hint of pepper, and it makes the house smell amazing! It’s not a typical “beef stew flavor, it’s got some character to it that will makes you want to make this a new cold weather go-to meal. Especially if you’re looking for a change from chicken and dumplings.

I cooked the potatoes separately from the crock pot, because I wanted to add some crunch to the plate, rather than putting soggy beef stew style potatoes on the dish, I wanted to give them a different seasoning almost like a seasoned fry, so that the little ones will be more enticed to eat!

And if you’re looking for a Day 2 leftover idea turning these into smothered chili fries topped with the London broil isn’t such a bad idea!

Prep and Cook Tips

The “Juice”

I added a cube of vegetable bullion rather than using a beef broth/stock. After 6-8 hours in the crock pot, it’s going to turn into a beef broth anyways so I felt adding vegetable bullion will give it a different flavor, but feel free to interchange this with beef or chicken broth if you like.

Equipment Used

Here’s the equipment I used and recommend for making this spicy crock pot chili recipe!

On To The Recipe

Crock Pot London Broil On Potato Wedges
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Servings Prep Time
4 People 15 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
4 People 15 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Hours
Crock Pot London Broil On Potato Wedges
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Votes: 27
Rating: 3.26
You:
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Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
4 People 15 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
4 People 15 Minutes
Cook Time
6 Hours
Ingredients
Crock Pot London Broil
Seasoned Potato Wedges
Gravy
Servings: Units:
People
Instructions
  1. On low heat setting, add London broil, chopped red onions, chopped garlic, salt, pepper, ground mustard, bay leaves, apple cider, Worcestershire sauce, vegetable bullion and water (about 4-6 cups) until it covers the London broil plus 2 inches. Cook for 6-7 hours.
  2. about 1 hour from the london broil being finished, preheat your oven to 400F, and cut potatoes into wedges and soak them until your oven is done preheating.
  3. Strain your potatoes, then place in a 13 x 9 baking dish and season with chili powder, garlic powder, ground cumin, salt, and cayenne pepper if you want some heat ; Drizzle with olive oil. Cook for about 45 minutes or until you can stick a fork all the way through a wedge.
  4. When your potatoes are about 10 minutes from being done, take about 2 cups of the juice from the crock pot and place in a pot and bring to a boil.
  5. in a cup add 4 tbsp water to 1 tbsp corn start and mix, then add it into the boiling juice. cook down until the pototoes are done to make a gravy.
  6. When everything is ready, plate the potato wedges, shred about 8 oz of the London broil and place on top of the wedges; smother with gravy and enjoy!
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Derek Campanile
Derek Campanile

I’m an IT professional by day. Home cook for the family by night. Follow my blog for easy to make recipes, how-to’s and ideas to gather the family at the dinner table!

  • Manila Spoon

    What a great idea to use the crock pot – I can just imagine how flavorful and tender the meat is after that long slow cooking! Pinning to try later. Thanks for sharing!

  • Rebekah (The Kitchen Gidget}

    Wow I can’t believe how tender and juicy that london broil looks! Going into my crockpot recipe arsenal 🙂

  • Yocheved

    Searching all morning for a recipe and this is the winner. Putting this in the crockpot right now. Can’t wait to taste it. It looks delicious!!

  • Gail B

    I made this today, based on the good reviews. It reminded me of poutine, which is an augmented potato wedge/fry dish often served in Montreal/Quebec Simply delicious! My husband could not wait for the gravy so used bibimbap sauce instead. I liked mine better, with the gravy as per the recipe. I cannot wait to have the leftovers.

  • Shannon Grebner Toney

    Hi. Just checking this is apple cider not apple cider vinegar you are using?

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