Cooking Time:8 hours
Ingredients2 lb. beef, stew meat, lean
6 T. flour, all-purpose (about 1 3/4 ounces)
2 c. carrots, slices carrot (1 inch thick)
16 oz. onions, pearl, frozen, thawed
8 oz. mushrooms, packaged, stems removed
2 garlic cloves, minced
3/4 c. beef broth, fat-free, lower-sodium
1/2 c. red wine, dry
1/4 c. tomato paste
1 1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. rosemary, dried
1/4 tsp. thyme, dried
1/2 tsp. black pepper, freshly ground
8 oz. egg noodles, uncooked (or noodles of your choice)
1/4 c. thyme, chopped fresh
Slow Cooker Beef Burgundy with Egg Noodles is soooo yummy and perfect for dinner on a cool evening. I also find it even better the next day, so I always make enough for leftovers!
- Place beef in a large bowl; sprinkle with flour, tossing well to coat.
- Place beef mixture, carrot, onions, mushrooms, and garlic in a slow cooker.
- Combine beef broth, wine, tomato paste, salt, rosemary, thyme (optional), and black pepper. Stir into beef mixture.
- Cover and cook on LOW for 8 hours.
- Cook noodles according to package directions. Serve beef burgundy over noodles; sprinkle with thyme (optional).
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Hi! Could you use an equivalent amount of extra beef broth if you don’t wish to add red wine? Or would a different ingredient work better. Thank you. Going to try this recipe soon!
Hi Kathy, using the beef broth will replace the liquid the wine would add, and will work fine, it will change the taste a little, but if you like it that way, you will definitely still enjoy!
Just finished my 8 hrs in low for the Beef Burg dish & it seems alittle watery …looks & smells delish-was just wondering
If this was right? Do something wrong?
made this last night… it’s fabulous!
Hi – How long would I cook this if I did it on high?
Hi Kathy, I would check it at 3 1/2 hours on High to be sure, but it may take a little longer? Happy Crocking!
Do you think you could prepare this and freeze to make later? Not sure how the flour would work out on the Beef.
Could you omit the flour on the beef? I am gluten free. This sounds wonderful with everything else.
Lynne, you can substitute with rice flour, millet flour, corn flour or any flour that works for you. Hope this helps, and Happy Crocking!