Bree’s Slow Cooked Skirt Steaks

Skirt Steak and Brody Birthday 004Skirt Steak and Brody Birthday 006I originally posted this recipe back in January of 2013 and it has gone on to be a staple in not only my house (one of Joel’s all time favs) but so many friends and family have added this wonderful and easy recipe to their menus.  It really is an easy recipe and it frees up your oven for other things you may want to cook making it a perfect addition to Holiday and Party meals.

This is how it started , my friend Karyn was raving about this simple but awesome recipe after she stayed at her Son and Daughter in Law’s house . I knew I had to make it, just sounded so good. I am always looking for new ways to use my slow cooker and Joel loves skirt steaks, so this was a win win. There are certain people in your life you just trust when it comes to food, Karyn is definitely one of them. I spoke to Bree and she said she never measures it out but was able to give me some guidelines. Now that I’ve made it for myself I get it, and it really couldn’t be easier. Sometimes the simplest recipes are the best . Again Thanks to Bree for your back and forth emails and mostly for your recipe. I love it when the young cooks turn me on to new recipes! Keep ’em coming. Joel absolutely loved it!!!!  I served with roasted cauliflower and brown rice, but you know he didn’t touch the cauliflower which was so delicious.

* I used 1.39 lbs. of meat for the 2 of us and there wasn’t a single morsel left. Increase all ingredients as you need them.


*this should be good for 3 people

2 lbs. of skirt steak

Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki

1 Orange ( app. 1/2 cup of fresh orange juice) if no fresh available use concentrate

Kosher Salt and Freshly Ground Black Pepper


I pat my meat dry with paper towels, then I salt and pepper both sides. I lightly sprinkled because of the sauce which contains salt. I sprayed my slow cooker with Pam to make clean up easier on Joel. Placed steak in slow cooker, covered with enough Soy Vay just to cover , as Bree told me it doesn’t need to swim in it just to cover. Added fresh OJ, moved steak around a bit to mix up all ingredients, turned on slow cooker for 6 hours on low! Awesome! Thanks so much to Bree for sharing this recipe.

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