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We had this for dinner tonight, it's a crockpot beef stir fry that I adapted from a Better Homes and Gardens slow cooker cookbook.
In a crockpot, put
4-6 carrots, peeled and sliced on a bias
1/2-1 bunch green onions, also bias sliced
2-4 cloves garlic, chopped fine
1-2lb round steak, cut into cubes (the recipie calls for round steak, and I think a pound, but I tend to make this dinner big because the leftovers are great. I've used several different cuts of meat in it and they're all good).
Pour over it sauce:
1-1/2 c beef bone broth
2t-2T grated fresh ginger (I think this recipie is better with TONS of fresh ginger, but the original recipie only calls for 2t)
1/4 t crushed red pepper
(optional: salt to taste if you haven't salted your broth already)
Cook on low 8-9 hours (I usually wind up doing this a little less and it's fine)
A half hour before serving time increase heat to high. Add
1 red bell pepper, sliced
1 bag frozen sugar snap peas (I usually use fresh instead and also have substituted fresh snow peas and it is also very good)
Also add 3T cold water + 3T corn starch and stir
Serve over hot cooked rice (I cook it in beef bone broth).