Beef Tips & Noodles

Beef Tips & Noodles created by vrvrvr

A versatile recipe to which I add onion and garlic. Suggest a tbsp of ketchup or a dash of V-8 juice. From the Budgeteers Cookbook.

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  • Sprinkle beef tips with salt and pepper. Coat with flour. Brown in heavy skillet over high heat in small amount of oil.
  • Reduce heat and add bouillon. Add Worcestershire sauce. Cover and simmer until beef tips are tender, about 1 hour. If necessary, add add water or broth to maintain 2 C of broth at the end of cooking period.
  • Stir 2 Tbsp flour into small amount of water and add to broth. Cook until thickened.
  • Cook noodles according to package directions; drain. Serve hot noodles covered with beef and gravy.
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"A versatile recipe to which I add onion and garlic. Suggest a tbsp of ketchup or a dash of V-8 juice. From the Budgeteers Cookbook."

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  1. Billie M.
    Reduce heat and add bouillon. Add Worcestershire sauce. Cover and simmer until beef tips are tender,  Deborha M.
  2. Deborah M.
    Recipe does not state when to add broth, but I assumed after the meat was cooked and Worcestershire and bouillon were added.
  3. Kathy F.
    It's cooking right now and smells amazing! I can't wait to see how it turns out.
  4. Kathy F.
    I used bison stew meat seasoned with salt, pepper, and montreal steak seasoning. I didn't have enough flour so used a seafood flour mix (seasoned) to flour the meat. I also added a package of demi-glace made with 1/4 cup of red wine (needed to get rid of it) to the beef broth/Worcestershire sauce and the smell is out of this world!
  5. Chef beavesgirl
    I love this and use it alll of the time
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