16 Reviews

We loved this. I didn't coat the steak with flour, I just threw it in the pan. I cooked it with the onions, peppers and garlic and then drained the broth. I then followed the rest of the recipe as written. I made rice and egg noodles as hubby doesn't like rice. I loved it with rice and everyone else liked it with egg noodles. I only cooked mine for thirty minutes and it was so tender. Will be making again.

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bmcnichol November 28, 2010

Oh wow this was fantastic! I cut back a tiny bit on the soy and Lea and Perrins just for taste. I used beef stew meat so I upped the cooking time and kept adding water as the sauce was cooking down. Added some carrots to the mix and mushrooms would have gone great too. Oh we are gluten free so we didn't use any flour and just thickened with arrowroot starch. Served over cauliflower rice, delicious!

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mommyluvs2cook October 14, 2015

I loved this recipe...I wanted a little mushroom taste so I added a can of cream of mushroom in place of the 4 cups of water. It thickened it up. I only cooked 30 min. Put it over rice....delicious

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Gabrella A. March 24, 2015

I made this for my Grandchildren, but added some of my own ingred. I added a very LARGE Tablespoon + of Chile sauce and 2 heaping Tablespoons of Mayo and some A-1 sauce to taste. The boys LOVED it over rice. Of course we are from Louisiana & Mississippi; anything with rice is good. But it is a great dish to feed to a large bunch of growing kids. It has lots of flavor that stays with them for a few hours. I am not a measurer of ingredients, so I just added what I thought it needed. I don't think you could over do anything in this dish.

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haddens June 09, 2013

Made this for my husband. I used green and red peppers and added mushrooms. I left out the seasoned salt. I also added about 3 Tbs of sour cream to make a richer gravy. My husband said it was delicious; something that you'd get from a restaurant. The beef was nice and tender. I will certainly make this for him again.

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erin.kunder August 14, 2011

This was ok. I might try it again if I had stewing beef and wanted an alternative to making beef stew. This is a lot more work than beef stew though.

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Manna_from_Heaven August 28, 2010

This is by far the best beef tips and rice recipe I have ever had. It reminds me of my grandmothers beef tips and rice. I did put some fresh parsley in it and used low sodium soy sauce. It was even better the next day. Kudos to the chef!

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lisa e. February 16, 2010

Wow......so yummy! Fixed this for dinner and it was a hit! We will make this again! Thanks for the recipe! :-)

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lgcooper68 October 20, 2009

I have tried a lot of different beef tips recipes, and this is the first I've really enjoyed. I subbed half of the water for beef broth because I didn't have any seasoning salt, and didn't thicken the sauce out of personal preference, but made the same otherwise. Oh so good, definitely comfort food that I'm hanging onto! Thanks so much Kim D.

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Three Kids Make Me Crazy September 18, 2009
Beef Tips and Rice