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    Beef Tips with Roasted Tomatoes, Peppers, and Onions

    SarasotaCook
    Sun Jun 30, 2013 10:05 pm
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    A very simple dish. Planned for the crock pot ... but it died. I am so sad. It is my oldest, and my baby - but probably 25 yrs old, it did well RIP. I will miss you CP. (it really did kick the bucket)

    So, transferred to the stove. Just as good. Beef Tips over Rice; radish, cucumber, and Feta salad over romaine.

    First the salad; a simple Greek dressing (red wine, lemon, greek seasoning, garlic, shallot, olive oil) Something like that

    Beef Tips or stewing meat, 1 medium sweet onion, and a mix of beef and chicken stock. I had 1/2 can of each open, so that it was was used. Badia complete seasoning; and, 1 pkg of my roasted tomatoes and peppers I put up last Fall. The tomatoes and peppers were a mix of yellow, red, cherry, plum tomatoes; jalapeno, cubanelle, and datil peppers, lots of garlic, and fresh basil, thyme, and rosemary. Roasted for 40 minutes.

    So that was the dish. I didn't sear the meat, just threw it all in the crock pot; then realized, NO light - so in a pan it went.

    The peppers and tomatoes gave it a nice spicy kick without it being over powering.

    I have enough for 2 smaller meals. But, I may add some mushrooms and serve this over a baked potato for another night this week. It would be nice to have one meal in the freezer I could grab too.





    AskCy
    Mon Jul 01, 2013 6:50 am
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    lovely, looks a great dish icon_smile.gif

    Steve
    Zurie
    Mon Jul 01, 2013 7:03 am
    Forum Host
    Oh, great photos! They have depth and lovely colour. Sorry about your faithful crockpot, but the stove did well, and so did your camera!!
    Debbwl
    Mon Jul 01, 2013 8:20 pm
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    Oh SC can so sympathize when my crockpot died it was awful.
    Looks like you did ok without it.
    Yes I know not as good and more work but think how fun it will be to shop for a new crockpot. Some of the new ones have timers and warming units icon_wink.gif
    SarasotaCook
    Mon Jul 01, 2013 10:15 pm
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    Actually, I revived it. It was a bad plug. Cut the old one off, and attached a new one. My friend electrician said that may be the problem. Did a couple of tests, and put the new one on. I love home repairs

    Solved and working.

    Yes, the new ones. I hate timers, hate warmers, hate all the extras. I like, LOW, MED, and HIGH. Simpler the better for me. Extras just mean more problems.

    I am such a happy camper. My baby is good for another 10 years I hope.
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