How To Cook Stew Meat For Beef And Noodles

Beef and Noodles Ingredients

To prepare homemade beef and noodles, you will need the following ingredients, which are briefly mentioned below:

  • Roast beef: I suggest using sirloin or chuck roast, as they are both extra-tender when slow-cooked and marbled with fat. Cut the beef into 2-inch chunks, then toss it with flour, season it heavily with salt and pepper, and quickly brown it in olive oil until the edges caramelize.
  • Egg noodles: My grandmother used to make her own homemade egg noodles for this recipe, but if you’re looking for a quick fix, I suggest buying store-bought wide egg noodles.
  • Garlic and onion: These recipe’s fundamental aromatics, fresh onion and garlic, improve the flavor of the beef stock.
  • Beef stock: For this recipe, I suggest purchasing a high-quality beef stock, also known as beef bone broth, as it will serve as the foundation for the sauce that cooks the beef and noodles.
  • Bay leaf and fresh thyme: Lastly, we’ll use a bay leaf and fresh thyme as the dish’s basic seasonings.

Beef and Noodles Recipe:

Because of how busy we are, simple dinner ideas like this recipe for beef and noodles are very helpful. Given that it only takes 20 minutes to prepare, it is ideal for hectic weeknight dinners.

The best thing about this recipe is that it can be prepared on the stove, in an instant pot, or in a slow cooker. It is easy to make with easy ingredients.

Serve stew meat or beef tips over egg noodles in a creamy gravy for a delicious dinner option. It is a crowd-pleaser and the best comfort food served on a hectic weeknight.

Easy Skillet Beef and Noodle Recipe:

We love how easy this recipe is. Although the ingredient list may seem lengthy, you most likely already have most of the ingredients in your pantry.

After a hard day, my family enjoys a good meal that is warm and cozy. This recipe is delicious and just warms your soul. It reminds of my grandma’s beef and noodle recipe.

The best part is that it can be prepared in the crock pot for the ideal Sunday night meal or in the iron skillet on a hectic weeknight.

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