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Filet mignon or ribeye in Crock Pot? #5452889 06/13/20 12:53 PM
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Anyone ever try this? I'm wanting to do something different. Make a "pot roast" in the Crock Pot using filet mignon or ribeye instead of beef chuck roast.


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Re: Filet mignon or ribeye in Crock Pot? [Re: aquariuscsm] #5452901 06/13/20 01:21 PM
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Just no.


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Re: Filet mignon or ribeye in Crock Pot? [Re: aquariuscsm] #5452909 06/13/20 01:38 PM
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There's a really good reason that it's hard to find a "filet mignon in the crockpot" or "ribeye in the crockpot" recipes.

It would be a terrible waste of a good cut if meat.

Re: Filet mignon or ribeye in Crock Pot? [Re: aquariuscsm] #5452914 06/13/20 01:46 PM
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With the price of beef at the moment I can't think of a cut I'd subject to a crockpot. I don't like any meat cooked in a crockpot. A wet stringy mess IMO.


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Re: Filet mignon or ribeye in Crock Pot? [Re: aquariuscsm] #5452938 06/13/20 02:35 PM
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HEB actually puts meats on sale here really cheap. Trying to come up with some new ideas. I work really long days M-F, so coming home late every night,Crock Pot meals are just easy and convenient. I sometimes make filets in the oven for tacos (I'm not a big ground meat fan).


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That would be just crazy

Re: Filet mignon or ribeye in Crock Pot? [Re: aquariuscsm] #5452977 06/13/20 03:36 PM
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Originally Posted by aquariuscsm
Anyone ever try this? I'm wanting to do something different. Make a "pot roast" in the Crock Pot using filet mignon or ribeye instead of beef chuck roast.

If you don't want to use chuck, then why not one of these other cuts mentioned here?

https://steakschool.com/slow/the-best-cuts-of-beef-for-slow-cooking/


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Re: Filet mignon or ribeye in Crock Pot? [Re: hatt] #5452992 06/13/20 04:02 PM
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Just no.

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I've had filet mignon all sorts of ways. In sous vide it was incredible but kind of a waste because it just makes a really tender cut melt in my mouth. Funny thing about sous vide, cooking a choice or select tri-tip makes it taste like a prime tri-tip. Cooking a prime tri-tip in sous vide makes it taste like a prime tri-tip.


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Re: Filet mignon or ribeye in Crock Pot? [Re: aquariuscsm] #5453015 06/13/20 04:40 PM
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low and slow is perfect for crock pot cooking, since it takes time to break down the muscle fibers. That's why chuck is popular for crock pot stews.

Filet and ribeye, is for fast, higher heat cooking since you don't need time for tenderize.


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No!
But I have ground a Ribeye for burgers.

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Something different use Ox tails.

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Originally Posted by dave123
But I have ground a Ribeye for burgers.


I bet that was good! When we're going hard core with burgers,I'll get the guy in the market to grind up a sirloin steak for us.


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Well,the only chuck steaks the store had were HUGE and I'll never eat all of that. My girlfriend doesn't eat beef,so I just need to basically feed myself. I got a thick huge ribeye for almost nothing (HEB always has good meat sales),so I bought it with some carrots and potatoes,and will give it a go!


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Generally you use leaner meats in the crockpot. Don't waste good steak in one.

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