Crockpot Pork Steak Stew Crockpot pork steak stew is great comfort food on a cold day or any day you just want a good meal.   Add my Southern hoecakes or quick peppery cheese bread for a complete dinner your family will enjoy.  We love easy crock pot recipes and this pork stew can be reheated and will last for several days refrigerated if you have leftovers.  My family loves anything that has cabbage and potatoes and pork.  I raised my children on meat and vegetables and they still love the two today.  I don’t think you can beat just good, old-fashioned recipes like this one.

Crockpot pork steak stew is easy and delicious.

1 1/2 to 2 pounds Pork Butt Steak, trimmed of fat and bone removed (You could use pork chops or pork roast in this recipe in place of steaks)
2 to 3 tablespoons oil
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 small onion, chopped (Optional)
1/2 small head of cabbage, chopped
1 (14.5 ounce) can diced tomatoes
1 (4 ounce) can green chilis, drained
4 potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks
1 (14.5 ounce) chicken broth
3 teaspoons chili powder
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
few drops hot sauce
Sprinkle pork steak with salt, pepper and garlic powder.  Brown in oil just until brown on both sides.  Layer onion,  cabbage, tomatoes, chilis, and potatoes in crock pot. Pour broth over layers.  Sprinkle on chili powder and add Worcestershire sauce.  Add pork steak on top.  Cook for 7 hours on low or 4 to 5 hours on high. Makes a 3 quart crock pot full. Enjoy!
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  1. Lisa Howard says:

    This looks great! Do you think if I were to use carrots instead of cabbage it would be as good? I have a Pancreatic birth defect and can’t eat certain things or I would make as stated. Thanks so much for all the great Southern recipes which add to the ones I make and grew up with. I was born and raised in Southeastern Kentucky and still cook like my mom did.

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      Yes, I think that would work fine, Lisa. Thank you for your kind comment and it’s always great to meet another Kentuckian. Happy to have you on the site.

  2. The Southern Lady says:

    You can always cut the recipe in half or even less, Charlotte. You don’t have to make the entire recipe.

    1. To cut the recipe in half you still need to know the original number of servings. Your recipes do not show this. How many servings are in this recipe?

      1. The Southern Lady says:

        It says it makes a 3 quart crockpot full. If you figure a cup to a serving it would make approximately 12 servings.

      2. Thank you. Wow I had that wrong. I figured with 2 lbs of meat at 4 oz per serving for a total of 8 servings. I forgot the rest of the ingredients. I will remember this or the future since there are only three of us (all seniors) and I use my 3-qt slow cooker the most. I also have a 6-qt for when the grandkids come for a visit.

  3. Dawn Dilley says:

    Thank you for all your great recipes and I intend to try all of them. SINCERLEY DAWN DILLEY

  4. sheila campos says:

    This looks yummy!! Gonna try this!!!