How to Quickly Make Slow Cooker Flank Steak & Potatoes that your family will love and rave about for days! I promise, you will want to keep this recipe as a family staple and favorite!

How to Quickly Make Slow Cooker Flank Steak & Potatoes

This recipe is so super easy I’m almost embarrassed to share it. Best part? It’s easy and delicious! So delicious, I actually impressed myself! The ingredients are super simple, but still pack a punch. And it cooks all day with very little effort on your part!

So here it goes…..

How to Quickly Make Slow Cooker Flank Steak & PotatoesSlow Cooker Flank Steak & Potatoes


Instructions:How to Quickly Make Slow Cooker Flank Steak & Potatoes

  • Cover the bottom of the slow cooker with olive oil.
  • Toss in the red potatoes.
  • Lay the flank steak on top of the potatoes.
  • Pour the balsamic vinegar on top.
  • Sprinkle with Pink Himalayan Salt.
  • Cook on low for 3-4 hours.
  • Walk away and that’s it!

Pair this with a green salad or quinoa and voila you are ready to impress your family or friends! Easy peasy!

My family loves it, it is delicious and best of all, it is EASY! I love slow cooker recipes like this! Fix it and forget it! It makes dinner planning a lot less painful!


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