Recipe by CHOTOWETZ
"This recipe is one of our family favorites!! Beef strips are simmered in a Burgundy wine sauce, then served hot over noodles."
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beef round steak, cut into thin strips
all-purpose flour for dusting
1 (12 ounce) package
wide egg noodles
Wow dude! This thing was delicious! I've looked at the other people's reviews, and I am thinking, how can they not have enjoyed this?! It was GREAT! This recipe ROCKED!!!!!!!!
I used a mixture of butter and EVOO to brown the meat in and I used beef stew meat instead of round steak only because it was cheaper. Because I used stew meat, I simmered this longer than the recipe asked for......over an hour. I didn't really time it, I just simmered it until the liquid in the pan reduced by half. I also added 8 ounces of sliced fresh mushrooms to stretch the meal a little. This would have been really good BUT I think there was too much wine and I think it needs more spices. The meat was perfectly tender, the sauce was thickened and looked beautiful and it turned out like it should.........I'd like to try this again but cut the wine in half and maybe add more spices. Maybe basil and oregano? Maybe a bay leaf too?
Was hesitant about trying a recipe that wasn't rated but decided to make it anyway. No one in my family liked it. The beef was too tough, maybe with a different type of beef it would be better.
The meat was tough and the sauce wasn't quite what I was expecting. Keep looking.
Don't use cheap meat - period! You can't use stew meat. Use good round or even sirloin cut THIN. Try it without the thyme and burgundy, adding lots of portabella mushrooms for a different taste treat. I add more beef stock than the recipe calls for and instead of flour I prefer thickening at the end of cooking with a little corn starch mixed in water, before stirring in the sour cream.
Great recipe! I used sirloin, cabernet and light sour creambecause that is what I had on hand. Plus the ever present "better than boullion" beef base that I always have on hand. I added about a half cup of water and covered the pan for the 45 minute simmer just to make sure it didn't dry out. Added a bit of kosher salt at the end. End result was velvety smooth and rich!
Shockingly enough my two kids (age 11 and 8) also loved it and I did not have to pull out the emergency chicken nuggets for them! :)
I love this recipe. Of course, I had to modify it. I used a Cabernet and not burgundy. I also used pre-cut beef stew meat. And instead of beef broth, I used bouillon cubes. I basically eye-balled this one and didn't follow the measurements exactly. Super-tasty. Just like my Mom's.
Tastes much better than it looks!! It was pretty good. I added mushrooms as well thankfully gave it a little extra flavor, it was kind of on the bland side in my opinion which I tackled with some salt. Felt like it was missing something though... Anyway I'd make it again! Definitely go with the better cut of meat too, it wasn't tough at all.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 191
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