connie's sirloin casserole

★★★★★ 8
a recipe by
Connie Ottman
Orlando, FL

I had 2 1/2 pounds of big chunks of top siloin with the bone in. Didn't have a clue what to do with them. So, I got onto JAP and ask my dear friends. That got the cooking juices going in my brain and Vowalla, this recipe was born. It's absolutely delicious! Picture to come next time I make it. We ate it up so fast didn't have time for the pictures:) Enjoy!

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Love the gravy that this recipe created.  To me, the Kentucky Kernel flour always makes everything so good. After the initial preparation, this is one of those recipes that takes no attention. Your guests will be very impressed!

— The Test Kitchen @kitchencrew
★★★★★ 8
serves 6
prep time 20 Min
cook time 4 Hr
method Bake

Ingredients For connie's sirloin casserole

  • 2 1/2 lb
    top sirloin roast chunks, bone in
  • 1 1/2 c
    kentucky seasoned flour- if you can't find the kentucky brand flour, just mix 1 1/2 cup all purpose flour flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon pepper and onion powder together.
  • 2 Tbsp
    garlc powder
  • 1 Tbsp
    lawry's seasoning
  • 3 Tbsp
    olive oil
  • 6
    potatoes, peeled and sliced into large hunks
  • 6
    carrots, peeled and sliced into large hunks
  • 1/2 bottle
    red wine, small, single size bottle
  • 1 pkg
    onion soup mix
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 c

How To Make connie's sirloin casserole

  • 1
    Combine flour, garlic powder and Lawry's seasoning in a zip lock bag and shake it to combine.
  • 2
    Add sirloin chunks and shake to cover them.
  • 3
    Add olive oil to your hot cast iron skillet.
  • 4
    Brown sirloin chunks in olive oil. Be sure all sides of sirloin are brown.
  • 5
    Take sirloin chunks out of the cast iron skillet and place in a large casserole that has a cover (or cover later with aluminum foil).
  • 6
    Add 2 cups of water to the hot pan and mix up the drippings.
  • 7
    Add potatoes, carrots, wine, onion mix, and drippings into the casserole dish and cover.
  • 8
    Roast at 280 degrees for 3 hours; then 1 hour at 350 degrees. You can play around with the degrees and time. This is just how I did it the first time I made it and it was amazing.
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