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Slow Cooker Beef Bourguignon

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  • 5 slices bacon (finely chopped)
  • 3 pounds boneless beef chuck (cut to 1 inch cubes)
  • 1 cup cooking wine
  • 2 cups chicken broth
  • 1/2 cup tomato sauce
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup flour
  • 3 garlic cloves (finely chopped)
  • 2 tablespoons thyme (finely chopped)
  • 5 medium carrots (sliced)
  • 1 pound baby potatoes (I used tri color)
  • 8 ounces fresh mushrooms (sliced)
  • chopped parsley (fresh, for garnish, optional)
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    Calories820Calories from Fat480
    Total Fat53g82%
    Saturated Fat20g100%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat480
    Total Carbohydrate30g10%
    Dietary Fiber5g20%
    Vitamin A180%
    Vitamin C40%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Greg Heck 5 days ago
    Simple and delicious!
    Absolutely delicious!
    Lelin Chao 2 months ago
    Amazing depth of flavor
    Arnold 3 months ago
    This is a go-to Sunday evening meal for our family. Rich tasty sauce really brings all the flavors together.
    Yasaswi Kadaru 5 months ago
    This came out so amazing!! Don’t be weirded out when all the ingredients go in the crockpot - the liquid won’t be enough to submerge everything, but over the 8 hour cook period, a lot more liquid will come out from the beef and the potatoes. Absolutely delicious. Made some orzo to have with it, and some fresh bread from our local Cobs with butter.
    Mary Kemper 6 months ago
    Delicious! i had to modify it for the pressure cooker a bit and i didn't have chopped thyme, so i used herbs de Provence instead. Cut the wine by 1/2 a cup and thickened it at the end with some corn starch. added a sprig of rosemary, one bay leaf and 1/2 tsp of MSG. OMG sooo good!
    Anna Clarke 9 months ago
    This recipe is easy and delicious. My hubby and I loved it. Will make this a regular!
    Janna a year ago
    Absolutely Delicious!!!!
    It didn’t thicken as much so I added more flour.
    Denise I a year ago
    My favorite winter cozy recipe from Yummly. I make this recipe every winter at least once. It’s absolutely delicious, everybody loves it!
    Jack Wallace a year ago
    Absolutely delicious! the flavour was all there and the texture was perfect. ths only issue i had is that it was too salty, not considering the bacon, soya sauce and the bouillion, i over salted the meat before browning it. Making it too much. other then that, wonderful recipe, one to impress a date!
    Irene a year ago
    This is a fav of mine and the family. I always use a Pinot noir and always add extra bacon (I mean there can never be enough bacon) I put mine on low over night and I also add some olive oil when searing the meat (a greek thing olive oil on everything) this is just so tasty it a weekly meal for us
    Cheryl Bushore 2 years ago
    Turned out great! I cooked on high for 6 hours and the meat (I used tri-tip) was very tender. I also substituted a few things: 1 tsp dried thyme instead of fresh, 1/2 can of tomato paste instead of tomato sauce, cornstarch instead of flour, tamari instead of soy sauce and I added 2 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce. The onions were mentioned in the notes before the recipe but not listed as an ingredient. I used 1 large onion chopped into chunks that I cooked in the leftover bacon grease after the meat was seared.
    Ellie 2 years ago
    Absolutely amazing! I can’t wait to make it again!
    Alicia S. 2 years ago
    I made this today and as a beginner to cooking I found it wasn’t too hard to make and tasted great when it was ready. The meat just fell apart, so it was perfect. I added extra bacon and a little less thyme than was required but still turned out good. And we have enough left over for tomorrow.
    Karen Low 2 years ago
    This is a family favorite! Even my "picky eater" loves it. Very quick and easy!
    Jade Hartman 2 years ago
    my family loves this recipe. The only thing I change is I dont salt the beef, as the bacon gives enough salt.
    Ehrlich 2 years ago
    Family approved. Maybe it's my crockpot, but it could have cooked a little less. Meat almost over cooked. Flavor was delicious
    Bailey 2 years ago
    Very good. I made this the night before, and then threw it in the multi cooker in the morning. I didn’t have mushrooms, and no grocery run during the lockdown so... I added a sweet potato and I put some frozen peas and corn in a half hour before finish.
    Corissa Almli 2 years ago
    Ok, to be honest I’m a little frustrated after reading the comments on the recipes page. It did not say to drain anything, so not only did I leave the bacon grease in but I also left the liquid from browning the meat. Second, nowhere does it say to use Worcestershire sauce. It says Soy so that’s what I used, only to find out from the chef in the comments that they use Worcestershire. I’m pretty certain I ruined it but it’s cooking now, and after over an hour of prep, I definitely hope I didn’t. I kindly suggest updating the recipe.
    Jordan 2 years ago
    I love this recipe! Hubby approved!
    Donna 2 years ago
    It turned out amazing!!! Everyone in the family loved it. So delicious!
    Brian Temp 2 years ago
    Cooking right now. I did some modifications. Instead of soy sauce I used coconut aminos, and instead of flour I did use gluten free flour to make the recipe gluten free. Gluten free flour clumps up pretty bad so I took the sauce and slowly poured it together then I took it into the blender and slowly added the flour. I did this fairly quickly so it didn’t lose to much heat and then I threw it back into the pan till it simmered while wisking. I also cooked the chuck in the bacon fat. Big win. I also added a bit of stock and wine in when it was all done. Didn’t measure veggies just tossed them in as I saw fit. This will be a member of the clean plate club. Might put over chick pea macaroni
    Rachel 2 years ago
    This was a huge hit for our family of four. The only change I made was I didn’t add the tricolour potatoes. I decided to put this stew on top of mashed potatoes instead. This was such a wonderful and delicious comfort meal.
    Misty Parise 2 years ago
    Awesome recipe! No modifications! Great taste!
    Karyn Todd 2 years ago
    I added a few extra seasonings (paprika, garlic powder, and black pepper) while cooking the meat, and they went a long way. The was a little involved for a slow cooker recipe, but I did like the result. Won’t rush to make it again, but I’ll revisit.
    Svetlana Markova 2 years ago
    Added pork instead of beef and it was amazingly delicious
    Kyla Chandler 2 years ago
    It was simple but very delicious! My dad was practically frantic for seconds (he typically doesn’t do seconds)
    Husted 2 years ago
    Great recipe! Whole house loved it! I've never cooked with wine befor! There was no left overs! Can't wait to eat it again!
    Alistair Macleod 2 years ago
    Great recipe. Made it according to the instructions and everyone loved it. Thickened the sauce a little at the end with a tablespoon of cornstarch.