Braised Beef Tips over Rice

"This is my mothers recipe. They are delicious."
Braised Beef Tips over Rice created by PSU Lioness
Ready In:
6hrs 15mins




  • Brown beef tips in olive oil until brown.
  • In a slow cooker, add browned beef tips. Stir in Consume, cranberry juice, soy sauce, garlic, onion, & brown sugar.
  • Cook until beef tips are tender (about 6 hours on medium heat).
  • Mix corn starch with water, add to slow cooker. Cook until gravy becomes desired thickness.
  • Serve over rice.

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  1. marthascash
    Please READ: I followed these directions to a tee. I had questioned myself on the lack of liquid in the pressure cooker (only one can of beef broth), because adding that to the floured, browned meat, it immediately created a gravy. I proceeded anyway, and started to worry when my pressure cooker was not coming up to pressure. It was close to an hour, then I started smelling burnt meat. Took it off, and sure enough, the meat was burnt and stuck to the bottom. This was due to lack of liquid, I am sure. Will know better next time to add an additional can, or, not to flour before, and perhaps creating a slurry of flour and water at the end to make the gravy. $9 down the garbage disposal...
  2. Julie Childers
    I made this tonight for supper and my family loved it and has already asked when we can have it again. The only difference was I followed the advice of PSU Lioness and added about a teaspoon of garlic salt and I added a half cup of mushrooms because we love them. This is awesome and definitely a keeper.
  3. codergrlli
    This was really good. I used sirloin tips so it was very tender. I sauteed about 3/4 cup of the onions with the beef. I also added more garlic. I forgot to add the cornstarch BUT it was great without it!!
  4. PSU Lioness
    Braised Beef Tips over Rice Created by PSU Lioness
  5. PSU Lioness
    This was pretty good. I followed the recipe exactly like it was written and the only reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is because it lacked salt. I don't usually cook with salt but I definitely noticed that it was missing here. After we added some when it was served, it was DELICIOUS! The gravy had a very distinct flavor that was wonderful and the beef was SO tender that it was hard to get it out of the crock pot without it falling apart. I will absolutely make this again and I would really like to try it with potatoes and carrots in the mix.



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