Nice tender beef, but too tomato-y a gravy for my taste. I will make it again, but I think I will use beef broth and/or wine, and just add a tablespoon or so of tomato paste. Thanks for the recipe!
Amazing!!!! Super easy and quick to prepare too!! Picky DH loved them. Even better reheated for lunch :) ShanChef thanks for a favorite pressure cooker recipe!!
Great recipe. I made it exactly as written - it was wonderful! I'm not a big fan of egg noodles; but this is really good. It also reheats very well. I will make it again - next time think I will add some sliced mushrooms - I think it will be even better! Very Good - thanks for sharing.
This was simple and really good. I forgot the worcestershire sauce but I added about 1/3 cup of red wine and a can of stewed tomatoes because I didn't have any tomato sauce.
Great Recipe! I live alone, so ate one serving and packed the rest in freezer bags and popped into the freezer for super-fast suppers. It's good with rice, baked or mashed potatoes, noodles, or on toasted burger buns, like a "Sloppy Joe."
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I hate to be the person to leave a bad comment but, This was a complete waste of my time. The beef tips combined with tomato sauce and flour in the pressure cooker literally turned the ingredients into some sort of thick orange looking slop. There are several different settings on a pressure cooker. None of these were disclosed. I am very upset. This recipe cost me $5.00 in beef.
It was great, even my DH loved it.Â I add about 1/2 cup frozen peas at the end when I was adding the wine(burgandy) and flour. Yummmmo.
Fast and easy to make and the whole family enjoyed it. A good recipe for weeknights after work.