Very strong vinegary flavor. I had to tone it down with half-and-half. Too much Worcestershire sauce for me.
This is easy to make, we used rice have enough left to put on noodles. I thought it was really salty when I tasted it, but when it was on rice, I had to add salt. I used the beef broth as I thought it would be less salty. It was really good, hubby was pleased.
Way too much Worcestershire sauce! It was overpowering. I like meat cooked in sauce to tenderize it. This was just mixed together over the browned meat at the last minute. This was just not an enjoyable meal for us.
I didn't use the red wine vinegar or soy sauce and it was pretty good!
My family enjoyed this very much! I made some simply no yolk noodles with it and it's all gone. Will definitely make again!
My daughter (14) found this recipe because she does not like the beef tips recipe I use with mushrooms. She did an AMAZING JOB! She may have cooked it longer than the recipe called for, she didn't know it would thicken as it cooled. BUT, I think it only made it better ; ) (mom perspective).
Easy and tasty
Very salty...I uses canned beef broth instead of beef bullion hoping to cut some of the salt ...maybe less soy sauce... will make again. Would even be good with mushroom??. I uses left over beef tenderloin was very easy to make
We enjoyed this recipe! I added a bit of red wine to broth (I used beef broth instead of cubes) and cut back a bit on soy sauce and worcestershire sauce. I added garlic to onions when cooking beef. I would probably add a bit more corn starch to get a thicker sauce. I served with buttered egg noodles. My family enjoyed it!
Quick, Easy and Delish!
My family loved this! I always use lite soy sauce and did in this recipe as well. I also used Better than Bouillon beef flavor for the beef bouillon cubes. Next time I will use less or use lower sodium beef broth. It was a little salty to me, but I didn't salt the noodles so all was well. I also wonder if flank steak sliced really thin would be more tender than the stew meat.