Beef Tips in Gravy

BEEF TIPS IN GRAVY
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Serves: I get 3 servings out of a pound of beef cubes
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Ingredients

4 lb beef cubes/ stew meat
1/4 c canola oil
lawry's seasoning salt
garlic powder
black pepper
3 large sweet onions, sliced
kitchen bouquet
2 family size cans of campbell's cream of mushroom soup
orrington farms beef base (from kroger)

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Judy Martin Recipe
Well Seasoned
Byram, MS (pop. 11,489)
hillcrestchurchcook
Member Since May 2011
Judy's notes for this recipe:
I really don't have a recipe for beef tips, but I can tell you how to cook the best beef tips you have ever eaten! This is the most requested recipe among my deacons and elders at church. They just love them! And, ladies, they are just so easy!
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Directions

1
In 8qt. stock pot or heavy pot, heat the oil. Add beef cubes and saute with onions until all cubes are browning. Cubes will make their own broth.
2
Season with Lawry's seasoning salt, garlic powder, and black pepper. Cover and lower heat to simmer. Stir occasionally to keep from sticking and to insure that meat cooks evenly. Keep temp. low so the broth won't cook dry. Just in case there is not enough broth to cook meat in, add some beef stock or broth to pot. Allow to simmer about 1 hr. or until meat is very tender.
3
Add the soup to the meat/broth in pot and gently stir. Simmer until smooth. Add beef base one teaspoon at a time until you have a beefy tasting gravy. Add Kitchen Bouquet to turn gravy a rich brown color.
4
Serve over rice or mashed potatoes.

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user L D windella - Jul 5, 2011
Sounds yummy,my niece always cooks beef stew meat,I'll share this recipe with her as well.
user Judy Martin hillcrestchurchcook - Jul 5, 2011
LaWanda, I buy good 4-5 lb. packages of stew meat at Sam's and I cook as many as 6 packages...making about 16 qts. of beef tips and gravy for my big dinners at church. It really is a big hit with the men! Hope you enjoy them!(That's about 25-30 pounds of meat!)

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