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Can I give this recipe 10 stars? It was that good...I doubled it because of the piece of meat I had. I am very glad I did..the only thing I changed was I added a little red wine to it and a little more tomotes...and cooked it quite long...but boy was it tasty...
This was great. My steak eating boyfriend loved it. When I saw the list of ingredients, Chicken Cacciatore came to mind. I cut the pepper and onion the same size as the beef cubes. With a long simmer time, it worked well and they didn't turn to mush. I wondered about simmering it that long with such a small amount of liquid. It turned out great, and thickened up nicely in the end.
Scaled back for two and great to make after a day when the temperature was 43 degrees celsius because it was quick and didn't involve the oven. Also deliciously flavoursome. Except for using two cloves of garlic, proportionally doubling the mushrooms (we love both!) and using fresh basil, I made this exactly to the recipe. The name is intriguing: and the dish lived up to the promise of its name. We enjoyed this immensely. Thanks for sharing. Made for PRMR.
Super, full of flavor meal! I had to make it w/o the shallots and parsley, but it seemed to lack nothing. I also used whole wheat spaghetti rather than linguine. I loved being able to pull it all together and allow it to simmer while I got other things done. Thanks for sharing, GrumpyChef!
Very good, forgot the chopped parsley but very good nonetheless. Hubby said "do again" but a bit more noodles next time. A nice change from what I might do with this steak. Made for New Kids on the Block, a tag game.