Hearty Beef Bourguignonne
Do not let the name stop you from making this fabulous meal! I could not believe how easy and delicious this was. Made with steak, bacon, garden spaghetti sauce with added carrots and onions made this as hearty as the name says. Add wine or if you don’t care for wine in your food like me, just add beef broth instead. This can be made with noodles or rice. It is amazing!
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In a 6 quart saucepan or Dutch oven,
cook the chopped bacon over medium heat
for about 4 minutes stirring occasionally.
Add the onion and carrots and cook
5 minutes stirring occasionally.
Stir in the steak and turn burner
to medium high heat.
Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally,
and until no pink remains on the steak.
Add the pasta sauce and the
wine (or beef broth).
Stir and bring to a boil. Turn to
low and simmer, covered, for 30
minutes stirring occasionally.
Serve over noodles or rice if desired.
Hearty Beef Bourguignonne
- 4 slices bacon, chopped into small pieces
- 1 medium onion, peeled and diced
- 1 large carrot, peeled and diced small
- 2 pounds boneless sirloin steak, cut into 3/4” cubes
- 1 jar (26 to 28 oz.) Prego Garden Pasta Sauce
- 1/2 cup dry red wine or beef broth
- In a 6 quart saucepan or Dutch oven, cook the bacon over medium heat, stirring occasionally, 4 minutes or until crisp.
- Stir in the onion and carrot. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Stir in the steak and cook over medium high heat, stirring occasionally, 5 minutes or until the steak is no longer pink.
- Stir in the pasta sauce and wine (or beef broth).
- Bring to a boil then reduce to low heat and simmer for 30 minutes with a lid, stirring occasionally.
- Serve over hot rice or noodles.
Oh, I haven’t had Beef bourguignon in so long! I’ll be thinking about this recipe all day long! Yum!
I ate the leftovers for 2 days! It was as amazing leftover as the day I made it!
Oh..you’re killing me! Now I’ll be thinking about it all week! LOL!
That’s a lot of leftovers
It was for lunch so I didn’t have a huge amount….lol
That name – and the meal itself – are a mouthful! 🙂
Hahaha I know but it was a fabulous meal!
Yay! I’ve always wanted to learn how to make this. Many, many thanks☺️💜
You’re welcome it was so good!!!
Sounds delicious and I adore the simplicity – mine is far more complicated.
I couldn’t believe how good it was!
I will be giving this recipe a try. Thanks again!
I’m trying this one! Thanks
You’re welcome it’s delicious!
WOW! I think I will love this!
I know I did!
I love the simplicity of this recipe. It looks like the perfect hearty meal for these dark winter nights. 😋
It definitely was! Thanks so much Sebby!
I would love to eat this, oh boy!
It was so good Erica. Very easy to make!
That looks absolutely delicious!!!!!
Valerie it was amazing! I wish I still had some left. Thank you so much!
Yes, me too! You could send the leftovers to my home 🙂 🙂 🙂
On their way! Lol
The title itself is award-deserving – you made my mouth water just at the title!
Then I saw the photo of the finished product. You’re killing me with hunger!
Lol thank you Rue! I seriously can’t wait to make it again! It was that good.
Thank you Diane, I have saved this. I will never be able to pronounce the name of the dish though
Don’t worry I can’t either! 😂🤣😂🤣😂
Haahaha, you’re really so cute Diane
Oh no, a question mark!!
It was just an expression of happiness for the usual support. I hope I clarified
Lol you are always kind.
My wife Nell makes a stewish version of this. But adding the sauce and serving over those hearty egg noodles takes it to a different level. Like beef stroganoff meets fettuccine bolognese.
I love they way you described this! Those hearty noodles are from the Amish!
Very fancy to go with those pretty cookies you’ve been showing us.
You are so sweet!!!
And desserts as well!
More of a ragu or bolognese although I like the ides of it on pasta
The sauce really stuck to the Amish noodles. Thanks for commenting Greg!
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Thank you Javy Dreamer!
Ooo I am drooling over here, Diane! Yum!
Sweet hands of D lol is this a German dish? It looks really good, but sadly I don’t eat bacon again, so if prepping might just use veggies with beef.
I believe it is French. It will be fine without bacon just not as much flavor but the veggies will make up for that. Thanks Tammy!
Ohhh okay I knew it was an European dish. 🙂 yip definitely. Most welcome.
This looks and sounds fancy, but I like that it’s easy to make! Thanks, Diane!
Thank you, Kelleye, I usually prefer a white sauce, but this was amazing.
Sounds delicious and easy!