Angi's Slow Cooked Beef

A great piece of meat, for sharing and packed with flavour.

We realised that what makes christmas so great, is family.  So what better way to bring in the seventh day than with my lovely mother ( Angi) and her delicious recipe for slow cooked beef. The pull apart beef is one of my absolute favourites and she usually cooks it in a large pressure cooker, but you can cook it in a large pot ( just for longer!). As I scribed down the recipe, and learnt her little tricks I realised how much of my love for cooking comes from my mother's great culinary skills.

Her cooking is homely, and familiar it is full of flavour and love. I hope to one day pass on all her delicious recipes to a family of my own. So I'm glad I now know how to make this favourite dish of mine, and am so excited to be sharing it with you all.

The divine beef dish calls for a cut of round steak, a lean piece of meat that is often slow cooked and can dry out if roasted or grilled.

So the below is really the perfect way to prepare the gorgeous piece of beef.

My mother likes to have everything chopped and ready to go before placing the beef in the pot, so that it's super quick and easy.

Christmas Slow Cooked Beef

Prep time: 20 mins Cook time: 1 hour Serves: 12




  • 1.5kg of round steak
  • 2 onions finely diced
  • 1 capsicum finely diced
  • 1 garlic clove crushed
  • 3 carrots grated
  • handful of parsley
  • handful of salt
  • olive oil
  • 2 cups of dry white wine
  • 4 cups of water


  1. Grate & dice all the ingredients
  2. Place olive oil in pressure and let heat
  3. Place the meat in pot and sear all sides to lock in the flavours
  4. Add salt and generously season the meat
  5. Add all the vegetables, 2 cups of wine, 2 cups of water and close the pressure cooker.
  6. Let cook in the pressure cooker for 1 hr or in a normal pot for 3 hrs until the meat is tender and the vegetables have turned into a sauce

Served with green beans on the side. This here, is my beloved Noah. Helping out with the taste testing. What a sweet heart.

Green Beans


Prep time: 2 mins Cook time: 5 mins Serves: 12



  • 50 green beans
  • Pot of water
  • Salt


  1. Fill a pot of water
  2. Place green beans in pot & boil with salt for 5-7 mins

Once the meat is out, let rest and cut up into slices, serve with green beans on the side and enjoy! 


We hope you enjoy! This pairs perfectly with a glass of dry-white wine which Angi, will attest to.

From The Table Top x