Crock Pot Beef Burgundy

Crock Pot Beef Burgundy

16 reviews, 4 star(s). 75% would make again

Ready in 6 hours 30 minutes

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"I thought this was very tasty. I didn't know if I was supposed to cut the meat into bite size stew-like pieces or leave it as a whole roast, so I compromised. I cut it into six equal sized pieces. Came out like a cross between pot roast and stew. I added half a can of beef broth for the cooking and baby carrots for the last hour. "

Ingredients

2 slices Bacon; chopped
2 lb Sirloin tip or round steak
1/4 c Flour
1 ts Salt
1/2 ts Seasoned salt
1/4 ts Marjoram
1/4 ts Thyme
1/4 ts Pepper
1 Garlic; minced
1 cube Beef bouillon; crushed
1 c Burgundy wine
1/4 lb Fresh mushrooms; sliced
2 tb Cornstarch; Optional

Original recipe makes 6 Servings

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Preparation

In skillet, cook bacon several minutes. Remove and set aside. Coat beef with flour and brown on all sides in bacon mixture. Combine steak, bacon drippings, cooked bacon, seasonings, bouillon and Burgundy in pot. Cover and cook on low 6-8 hours. Turn on high. Add mushrooms; cook on high 15 minutes. To thicken sauce, add cornstarch (dissolved in 2 tablespoons cold water) with mushrooms. 6 servings. Posted to recipelu-digest Volume 01 Number 392 by James and Susan Kirkland on Dec 21, 1997

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Very tasty. So easy to make! Beef turned out tender and juicy. A little too liquid to my taste, even with Cornstach. Will add a bit of Veloutine every two hours next time to get a thicker consistency. Thank you for sharing
culinaryart 2y ago

LOVE this!!! I add a chopped up onion (and I usually double the recipe). Served over long grain white rice, this has become a family favorite!!!
lsimoni 2y ago

I haven't made this yet but I want to for dinner tomorrow. I don't understand the servings. Does it make 1 serving or 6?
hopevirtue 2y ago


We couldn't even eat this recipe; it was so salty. Way too much buillion. We literally threw out the entire batch after cooking it all day because it was making our lips pucker.
Rcsalemme 3y ago

Pretty good but needed more spice and maybe even an onion. Very tender, though. Served over noodles.
paulavaskeroeterdink 3y ago

The meat tasted good while eating it, but ended up spending the rest of the night with an upset stomach from the bacon grease. I think it would have been fine without adding the bacon grease right in the crockpot.
christinesmith1 3y ago

Amazing really easy and tasty...
lIndabuckheit 4y ago

I thought this was very tasty. I didn't know if I was supposed to cut the meat into bite size stew-like pieces or leave it as a whole roast, so I compromised. I cut it into six equal sized pieces. Came out like a cross between pot roast and stew. I added half a can of beef broth for the cooking and baby carrots for the last hour.
Jagrib0112 5y ago

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