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Yummy...the whole family loved it. I didn't use quite as much sun dried tomatoes...I doubled the recipe and used 2 packages of sundried tomatoes which was just over 1 cup but still yummy none the less...will repeat especially since its getting cold out. Also served with French bread to help soak up the yummy sauce.

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mommyiggy October 15, 2009

Pretty good- nice over pasta. My sirloin wasn't tender until about 6 hours on high, in my little 3 qt. crockpot.
This looks like it's going to taste like a beef stew, but it actually tastes more like something with a red tomato sauce. The large amount of sundried tomatoes adds quite a tang! Next time I will use a more moderate amount.

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J-Lynn March 05, 2013

This was really good. We omitted the beef base b/c we didn't have any. I added a little Worcestershire sauce and just a little bit of beef stock. We will make this again. Thanks!

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sbera007 May 09, 2010

We had this last night for company, and doubled the recipe. The flavor was very good, but a little too salty. I will make this again, but will cut down on the beef base, and leave out the salt.

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Cookin' 4 the boyz December 30, 2009

Made this dish yesterday and when I came in the door from work my house smelled fantastic. The only difference was that I could only find Tri-tip bottom sirloin steaks but they were so tender they just fell apart. Will definitely make again. Thank you.

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winnipeggirl58 March 05, 2009
Saucy Beef Tips With Egg Noodles (Inspired by Dream Dinners)