WW Beef Burgundy (8 points)

"Another good one out of a Weight Watchers cookbook."
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Ready In:
5hrs 15mins




  • Trim fat from steak and cut into 1 1/2 inch cubes.
  • Heat a large skillet on medium high heat.
  • Add steak and saute until browned (about 5 minutes).
  • Place in crockpot.
  • Put sliced onion and garlic in same unwashed skillet, and coat with cooking spray.
  • Saute 5 minutes, or until tender.
  • Sprinkle flour on them and cook another minute, stirring occasionally.
  • Add broth, wine, and tomato paste, stirring constantly.
  • Cook about 1 minute, or until thick.
  • Add whole onions, thyme, mushrooms, salt, pepper, and bay leaf.
  • Pour into crockpot over beef.
  • Cover and cook on high 1 hour.
  • Reduce to low and cook an additional4 1/2 hours.
  • Discard bay leaf and serve over egg noodles.
  • Serving size is a cup beef mixture and 1/2 cup noodles.

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  1. Kisha
    This was a recipe that was just middle of the road for us. We all liked it, just not enough to have again. My family was shocked however when I told them it was a WW recipe, they never would have guessed it.
  2. jenpalombi
    This was good. I actually just tossed the beef in the flour, then threw everything in the crockpot on low for 6 hours. Worked out great! Thanks for posting.
  3. Krittlin
    We really like this recipe. I did throw in 2 handfuls of diced carrots. My DH thought it was a really good stew...so the next night I added a can of corn and green beans and we had stew.
  4. pattikay in L.A.
    This is really good - the sauce ends up thick and rich and delicious. I didn't mention the weight watchers connection to my guys - they loved it and finished it off. They had theirs on noodles, but I had mine over a baked potato, which was really good. I also added carrots to the mix, which tasted great. Thanks for sharing!
  5. teresas
    I would give this 10 "Stars" if I could. I have been making this for years. It is so full of flavor that I would not hesitate to serve it to company. It is out of the Weight Watchers cookbook called "In good time" a slow cooker cookbook. I always make it as posted. You can not go wrong with this one. The leftovers come out great. A must make if you want something really good while watching your weight. Thanks, ChipotleChick for posting.


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