Beef Bourguignonne with Egg Noodles

  • mezwiz Posted: 03/03/11
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    I have never made a dish like this, but it came out tasting AMAZING! I couldn't find frozen pearl onions, so I omitted those. Otherwise I followed the recipe to a T. Better than it tasting great, my super-picky 5 & 3 year old daughters loved it...now THAT'S what I call a great dish! :-)

  • hwinte87 Posted: 02/17/10
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    This recipe is really delicious! I am sure I will make this again, my husband loved it as well, although my two-year-old wouldn't touch it! This dish wasn't difficult to make, but did take a while to cook. I loved the sauce and everything came out perfectly tender. I wasn't a huge fan of the pearl onions, I might cut back on those next time. I made a simple side salad to go with this dish.

  • Joycewriter Posted: 03/29/09
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    This is one of my family's favorite recipes. I double the amount of carrots it calls for, but otherwise cook it exactly as it is. Some advice -use a very big pot / dutch oven to begin the process - the mushrooms take up a ton of space before they cook down! It's a winner!

  • AmandaW Posted: 01/24/09
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    This is one of the best things i've ever made. I cannot wait to make it again. I omitted the pearl onions, because my husband isn't fond of them and doubled the carrots. It was fabulous! I think this would be a perfect meal to make for someone who was sick or just had a baby. It keeps well in the fridge and really does taste better and better each day.

  • Diane1955 Posted: 08/29/09
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    This recipe was very tasty and defintely will make it again. Even though I forgot to buy the bacon and the pearl onions. Tasted good without them, Hubby said make it with the bacon next time. I know he will like it with or without the bacon.

  • NguyenNgocYen Posted: 06/09/10
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    Thaks for your egg noodle recipe. Love it. Seem so hard to make it. Egg noodles is popular in many dishes in Asian. One of my favorite noodle is rice noodle. I found this awesome new Pho-making kit called Happy Pho by this woman who used her grandparents' recipe to make them. They come in a box with a spice packet and a pack of pho noodles for 2 people. I was skeptical at first, but they have a simple recipe at the back that takes 15 mins. All I need to get is some chicken or beef broth and fresh ingredients, and the Pho that came out is absolutely delicious! It's also all natural and organic and made with brown rice. Check out their products here http://staranisefoods.com/our-products.aspx. I got them from Whole Foods in SoMa. But you can also get them from Amazon.com I think. I've also joined their facebook page http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Star-Anise-Foods/111447418877428 -- i bet you will LOVE it

  • aneresRN Posted: 07/20/11
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    My husband and I loved this recipe. I forgot to add the pearl onions, and as other people have said it still tasted delicious. I also doubled the amount of sauce (tomato paste, wine and beef broth). I think next time I will use mashed potatoes, as that will absorb the sauce (which is delicious!) better then the egg noodles.

  • KCahouet Posted: 10/23/11
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    A winner! Made it exactly as recipe called for. The whole family loved it!

  • MarkSz Posted: 11/05/11
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    This was outstanding. I followed the lead of other reviewer and made Yukon Gold mash potatoes but I also had egg noodles in the pantry so I made some of those also. I preferred the potatoes because they absorbed the liquid and weren't slippery like the noodles. I increased the liquid by half. I also used Crimini (baby Portobella, Italian brown) mushrooms and thought this is too much, but they cook down and add great texture. It was cold and rainy and this was perfect and the hardest part was cooking the meat so its a thumbs up from me

  • NKK882 Posted: 11/02/11
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    This dish was amazing!! So easy to make too. This will definatley be made on a regular basis and for family and friends! I didn't use the egg noodles but subsituted red potatoes instead. I cut them into large pieces and threw them in the pot to cook, they turned out perfect. I think next time I may make a little more sauce to soak up with bread.

  • LamDaly Posted: 02/08/12
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    First time making this dish and we all liked it. Good flavor and not too labor intensive to put together. The meat came out a little tough, but I will make this again. Nice dish to make on a cold night.

  • lalala59 Posted: 01/28/12
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    Very good flavor! I made with the egg noodles; will definitely make with mashed potatoes next time as the sauce just slipped off the noodles. No need to add in the pearl onions, especially if you're not an onion lover.

  • SissysCookin Posted: 07/14/14
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    This was very good. I added some dry shitake mushrooms and frozen pearl onions from Trader Joe's.. Because the sauce was too thin I made a roux in a separate pan and added the sauce to thicken it a bit. Will definitely make again.

  • Katieusc Posted: 01/05/14
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    Very good and easy. Took me about two hours though from start (I cut my own mets from a roast) to simmer. So, it would be about 4 Horus total. I didn't think waiting to the next day made a lot of difference in the taste but it was good from the start. I couldn't believe how tender the meat got. I have a slow cooker that has a removable insert that can be used on the stove. I used that insert for browning the meats and veg then moved the insert back to my slow cooker for the simmer part. Turn crock pot on high without lid for the last hour. The first time I made this I didn't add pearl onions but I did add them the second time (a 12 oz bag) and it was nice to have them. May be nice with peas added at the end for color. I also think the dish is more runny than I like, served first time with egg noodles and second time with mashed potatoes. I liked it with the potatoes better.

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