Beef Tips with Egg Noodles

Juicy beef tips

Juicy beef tips

I love beef (or steak) tips. This is another item which, if it’s on a restaurant menu, I’ll order it before ordering anything else. I found this recipe in The Crockin’ Girls Slow Cookin’ Companion, by Nicole Sparks. This is the second recipe I have tried from their book. How did it turn out?, you ask.

It was pretty good. The recipe was very easy to follow: steak, French onion soup, sliced onion, minced garlic, simmer for 6 to 8 hours. I sliced the steak into smaller pieces at the end of the suggested time, and then let things simmer a little longer (while I cooked the egg noodles). This was a very tasty recipe, although I would have liked more of a gravy-type consistency to the broth. Other than that, it was a very good meal, and I plan to make it again.

Next up ….Shredded chicken tacos!


  1. Missy Rogers says:

    YUM. Looks good. I’ll have to check out that book. It’s yielding some yummy results. :grin:

    • RunningYooper says:

      I’ll be honest…I’m hung on the book. Some of the recipes look amazing, but others (specifically the breakfast ones)? I’m like, “This recipe takes 8 EGGS?! WHAT?! Not gonna happen.” And this is the second recipe from her book I’ve tried. The other (cheesy potatoes) was…nibbled on, and is probably feeding crows in the local landfill by now. I was not impressed. So, I’m giving the book one more try. If the next recipe isn’t most-excellent, I still have the receipt for the book, and back it’ll go.

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