"No Peek" Beefy Dinner Casserole

"No Peek" Beefy Dinner Casserole

No Peek Beefy Dinner Casserole
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If you're looking for an easy dinner recipe that is sure to slap a smile on your face, try this "No Peek" Beefy Dinner Casserole. Made with super simple ingredients, this delicious beef dinner recipe is slow-cooked to perfection in just 5 hours. When you have low-fuss meals like this one, dinner becomes less about stress and more about cooking from the heart. Your family is sure to be able to taste the amount of care you took in each bite of this tender beefy dish. Complete with noodles, mushrooms and a savory sauce, this dish will be gone before you know it.

Slow Cooker Time HIGH5 hr

Cooking MethodSlow Cooker

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No peeking? Is this dish that easy to put together and leave until it is time to eat? I am so used to messing with the meat, flipping it, or stirring it at the very least. I will have to practice some patience with this recipe. It sure sounds like it will melt in your mouth.

I enjoy beef recipes like this one where you can make it in the crock pot or pressure cooker. I used to make one similar with ketchup and worcestershire sauce. I remember it being very good and I think this one might be even better with the red wine and sour cream. The sour cream part makes me thing of stroganoff. Is the five hours on high long enough for the meat to be tender?

This "No Peek" Beefy Dinner Casserole looks so delicious. Slow-cooked for 5 hours means the meat has become quite tender and easier to digest. We are beef lovers but we go slow on it because it tends to overwork the stomach and besides eating a lot of red meat takes a heavy toll on the intestinal tract. Anyway This is so yummy, we can have this dish maybe once a month to satisfy our cravings for red meat. Cheers!

This is a great hearty meal after a long day at work. It's very easy to make and I had leftovers for lunch the next day!

Very good starter recipe. I set mine for 4 hrs and it was well done before that. Next time will make it for 3-1/2 hrs. Changes used beef consomme and tomato bisque. At the last 1/2 hr of cooking will and chopped carrts and when done some peas. Will be doing it again. P.S. Season meat well before searing it.

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