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Beef Burgundy III Recipe

Beef Burgundy III

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"I made this simple (but delicious) dish for my boyfriend, and by the end of the meal, I could tell I had graduated to 'prospective mate' status. That was 26 years ago, and I'm still making it for him. This is best served over wide egg noodles."

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Original recipe makes 6 servings Change Servings
  • PREP

    20 mins
  • COOK

    2 hrs

    2 hrs 20 mins


  1. In a Dutch oven over medium-high heat, sear beef on all sides. Stir in onion, and saute until golden brown. Add mushrooms, butter, mushroom soup and wine. Reduce heat, cover, and simmer for 2 hours.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Aug 07, 2007

I made this for my in-laws last night and it was a HUGE HIT!! I made a few changes though: -I used Top Sirloin - the meat was SOOO tender -dredged the beef cubes in s&p seasoned flour -seared with garlic in pan -added fresh thyme, marjoram and rosemary -I used a Pinot Noir and added a bit more than the recipe called for, for good measure! This turned out beautifully!

Most Helpful Critical Review
Dec 03, 2011

The noodles look a little overcooked....two stars for effort...

Jul 01, 2007

I liked this recipe, unlike my husband and daughter, they didn't care for it. Which is why I gave this recipe 4 stars. I lightly coated the meat with flour and browned as suggested by other users. I sliced the onions and fresh mushrooms and put into a slow cooker along with the meat, soup (I doubled the sauce and used 1 can golden mushroom and 1 can 99% fat free cream of mushroom soup) and 1 cup of wine (I also used the wine to de-glaze the pan I browned the meat in before adding to the slow cooker. Those brown bits add alot of flavor). I also added 2 garlic cloves, pressed to the mixture (I love garlic!). I cooked everything in the slow cooker on low for about 4 hours and served over egg noodles and topped with freshly choppped parsley.

Jan 23, 2007

Made this for the second time last night and it turns out great. The only changes I made were to add in some crushed garlic while sauteeing the onions, using 20 oz. of mushrooms, using 1 cup of wine and sprinkling in some pepper at the start of simmering. Plenty of sauce and thickening with the water/cornstarch slurry is no problem. We served over egg noodles and mixed in some green peas too. The leftover beef and sauce is destined for a lovely Shepherd's Pie this weekend. Love this recipe.

Feb 07, 2012

This is a great quick stroganoff. I like to use a cheap cut of meat with this (you CAN use beef or pork stew meat and have it come out fabulously and fake it, I do it all the time) and let it simmer in the sauce for an hour. The longer it simmers, the more tender the meat gets. Right before serving, I like to add a good amount of sour cream and a teaspoon each of dried oregano and dried basil. This doubles well and the leftovers always reheat wonderfully. We like this best over buttered egg noodles. NOTE: Any Campbell's mushroom soup will work in this recipe, I like to use the "beefy mushroom" soup if I have it on hand.

Sep 04, 2006

Excellent! Made for guests -- easy for dinner party. I followed other suggestions and doubled the soup and wine. Perfect. I also added some thyme and served over egg noodles with chopped parsley as a garnish. Great flavor and easy. Would transfer easily to a slow cooker recipe. By the way, it will look very thick when you first mix it all t ogether. Do not worry, the sauce will thin as it simmers. No need to add additional liquid with 2 cans of soup and a cup of wine. Oh, I also added a tsp of minced garlic to the oil in which the meat was seared, as others suggested. This one is a defnite keeper.

Jan 04, 2011

This is delicious! Regular cream of mushroom soup works very well if you can't find golden mushroom. I used baby portabellas and they were delicious as well. I also used 1/2 bottle of Red Truck Pinot Noir, and omitted the butter. It does need to simmer for about 2 hours. When you mix everything together, the sauce looks very pink, but after simmering, it is brown. I simmered uncovered after 2 hours to thicken the sauce, and served over baked potatoes. This is one of my favorite winter recipes!

Jun 08, 2003

A delicious recipe! Don't worry if you can't find a burgundy for your dish, cabernet sauvignon or merlots work nicely and also serve nicely as your table wine for the evening. Serve on rice or pasta with some nice french bread and you are ready. MMM! Ambrosia!


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  • Calories
  • 432 kcal
  • 22%
  • Carbohydrates
  • 8.3 g
  • 3%
  • Cholesterol
  • 113 mg
  • 38%
  • Fat
  • 28.2 g
  • 43%
  • Fiber
  • 1.2 g
  • 5%
  • Protein
  • 31.8 g
  • 64%
  • Sodium
  • 472 mg
  • 19%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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