Weeknight Beef Bourguignon

13 Reviews / 4.2 Average
I adapted this recipe from TheKitchn.com, but made it even easier and quicker to pull together for the perfect Weeknight Beef Bourguignon. This is definitely a cool-weather comfort food recipe that your whole family will enjoy. I love to make a gravy with the liquids and then serve it over whole-grain noodles.
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This pictured dish has the “gravy” version of the sauce!

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I’m so excited to share one of my family’s favorite recipes today – Beef Bourguignon! It all started when I tried this recipe on TheKitchn.com. It was a huge hit, BUT even their slow cooker version was fairly labor intensive. So I took that recipe and both combined and cut out a few steps (my favorite thing to do with recipes!) to make it an easy weeknight meal that is now a go-to for my family. And especially as the weather is getting cooler, this is the epitome of comfort food. I’ll be making it many times this winter!

What’s your go-to weeknight meal? Try this Baked Pot Roast or these Beef Tips and Rice for another delicious recipe!

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  1. 4 stars
    Love your site and your recipes. The flavors on this are great. Maybe it’s just my slow cooker, but it took several hours longer than the recipe calls for before the meat and carrots became tender.

  2. I have been a follower for at least 3 years. I have a suggestion. You need to get a better photographer for your food. The recipes are good, but not attractive.

    1. Depending on the recipe, you can try red or white wine vinegar or possibly chicken, beef, or vegetable broth. – Nicole