Beef Tips and Gravy

Beef Tips and Gravy created by popkutt

The BEST FLAVOR you can have for beef tips!!! The gravy is awesome! Your family will love you for this dinner. This is my mother's recipe for beef tips which she used for over 50 years.

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  • Saute beef tips in salad oil until lightly browned. Place in a dutch oven and add water, ketchup, worcestershire sauce and salt. Cook covered on simmering low heat for approximately one hour.
  • Add sliced onions and cook additional 30 to 40 minutes on low heat, being careful to not let all water boil out. (You will need at least 1 1/2 cups of water left as gravy.).
  • In a small bowl, dissolve cornstarch in water and pour into beef mixture mixture. stir well and cook an additional one minute while gravy thickens.
  • Serve over rice, noodles or mashed potatoes.
  • Enjoy!
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"The BEST FLAVOR you can have for beef tips!!! The gravy is awesome! Your family will love you for this dinner. This is my mother's recipe for beef tips which she used for over 50 years."

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  1. Licia G.
    Deeeelicious! I used a can of beef consume and filled the can with water for the liquid (20 oz total), a few tablespoons of tomato paste from a tube instead of ketchup. It was scrumptious. Many thanks for the other tweaks. It's a keeper!
  2. Suzy White Lindblom
    My husband suggested beefntips for dinner but I had never had them. I found this recipe and boy was it easy and delicious! I also reduced the water to 2 cups and substituted beef bullion for thr salt. So good and easy. A keeper!
  3. baltisraul
    This really does catch the flavor of true beef tips. I subbed in tomato paste for ketchup. Today's ketchup has NO tomato taste, just a glossy, sweet jam IMHO. After browning the tips in flour I baked in Dutch Oven for 1/ 1/2 hrs at 300 degrees, covered. Added the onion and baked for an additional 1 hour. Last 1/2 hour I added the mushrooms and cornstarch slurry. I used water as the recipe called for and next time I will give beef broth a try
  4. baltisraul
    This really does catch the flavor of true beef tips. I subbed in tomato paste for ketchup. Today's ketchup has NO tomato taste, just a glossy, sweet jam IMHO. After browning the tips in flour I baked in Dutch Oven for 1/ 1/2 hrs at 300 degrees, covered. Added the onion and baked for an additional 1 hour. Last 1/2 hour I added the mushrooms and cornstarch slurry. I used water as the recipe called for and next time I will give beef broth a try
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