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boeuf bourguignon in slow time

Desciption

french hearty dish; you will bring france to your home.this is a recipe from my sister in law rachel that i tweaked a bit and converted to the slow cooker. serve with mashed potatoes. i don't kow what julia would say about this version' but i know it is good.

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Steps

  1. Heat oil in large saucepan and brown beef a small quantity at a time
  2. Spoon into slow cooker
  3. Brown pearl onions
  4. Set aside
  5. Sprinkle flour in hot fat to make a roux
  6. Season with pepper
  7. Add garlic
  8. Bay leaves
  9. Thyme
  10. Herbes de provence
  11. Add 1 / 2 cup wine to roux
  12. Simmer to thicken
  13. Pour in slow cooker
  14. Add the remaining wine and just enough bouillon to barely cover the meat
  15. Cover and cook in slow cooker on low for 6 hours
  16. Add carrots and pearl onions
  17. Continue cooking another hour and 1 / 2
  18. Melt butter in saucepan and saut mushroom caps
  19. Set aside
  20. Just before serving
  21. Remove bay leaves
  22. Add sauted mushroom caps and sprinkle with chopped parsley

Step 18

Total Time in Minute 465

Ingredients Count 15

cooking boeuf bourguignon in slow time

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Ingredients

Round steaks

Vegetable oil

White pearl onions

Flour

Pepper

Garlic cloves

Bay leaves

Thyme

Herbes de provence

Red wine

Beef bouillon

Baby carrots

Mushroom caps

Butter

Parsley

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