Thursday, August 17, 2017

Best-Ever Beef Tips

Today's tried and true is a recipe that's been a family favorite for over a decade - Best-Ever Beef Tips!




Tender beef cooked in a deliciously rich gravy, served over rice, mashed potatoes or egg noodles - a satisfying, filling meal the whole family will love. Simple to make comfort food that's easy to adapt to your taste! 



This recipe was found on food.com and has been a go-to comfort food on cold, rainy and snowy days. What's so great, it's a cinch to adapt to your taste.  


If I have red wine in the house, I will replace water with 1/4 to 1/3 cup, and pour the rest in a glass. 😀 Fresh garlic is best, but garlic powder works well too. Mushrooms are also a wonderful addition. Serve the beef tips over rice, mashed potatoes or eggs noodles. Add a side salad and your favorite veggie and you have yourself a satisfying meal the whole family will enjoy.  



NOTE:  When I share a tried & true recipe, I always credit the source and often will send you to the site for the directions. All you need to do is click on "Print Recipe" below and it will take you to the full recipe. One extra step for an awesome recipe, that's it! It's important to me to share the love and send you to the original source.

Best-Ever Beef Tips

Recipe from Food.com 

Ingredients
  • 2 lbs cubed beef stew meat
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 package brown gravy mix
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce 
  • 2 cups water
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil (or canola)
  • 1 teaspoon garlic (I use fresh)
  • 1 teaspoon salt 
  • 1 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
  • 1 cup water

Directions
Please head to food.com for the directions and to print this wonderful recipeWhile you are there, be sure to read the rave, five star reviews!

TIPS:  For lower sodium, leave out the teaspoon of salt and use reduced sodium soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce and brown gravy mix. 

Thanks for stopping by!
Cheers!



12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could you put the rib tips in a crockpot, if so how long?

Anonymous said...

Could you put the rib tips in a crockpot, if so how long?

Unknown said...

How could this be made in an instant pot?

Gloria bran dt said...

I cook thi, serve over noodless in the crock pot sooo tender, besides adding the chopped onion I add a pkg of onion soup mix & cut up carrots, servwe over noodles or whatever

Cindy said...

I was looking for times in the instant pot too.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone heard if you could make this in the crockpot?

Anonymous said...

Can this be made in crockpot

Heather said...

I imagine. I'd do it 5-6 hours on high.

Heather said...

I would imagine. I am going to do 5-6 hours on high.

Anonymous said...

Hi, this looks amazing, I love your suggestion to substitute wine for the water, I pinned it and really only felt I wanted to comment as this sounds like such a great recipe if followed as is, i.e.; not in crockpot;) thanx, gail

Mary N said...

This can easily be made in the slow cooker - just be sure to brown the beef first for the added layer of flavor.

Here are some slow cooker beef tips recipes to check out too:

https://www.thecountrycook.net/slow-cooker-beef-tips-with-gravy/

https://www.familyfreshmeals.com/2015/05/easy-crockpot-beef-tips-with-gravy.html

https://www.fromvalerieskitchen.com/slow-cooker-beef-tips-with-gravy/

http://carlsbadcravings.com/slow-cooker-beef-tips-and-gravy-no-cream-soup/

Anonymous said...

Yes you can make it in a insta pot. I would saute the beef tips in the pot take out nd saute the onions, then I would use the liquid to get everything off the inside bottom of the pot. Add the meat and other ingredients pressure cook for 15 - 20 mins. If you need to thicken do it on saute after you let the meat cook.