Sirloin Tips

Yum. John got more excited about this than any meal I’ve made recently, so I’d call it a hit. I just sort of improvised this – the last time I had sirloin tips was probably like, at Ponderosa when I was 10. But I bought the mixed pack of mushrooms from our farmer’s market and it seemed like a good way to put them to use.


1-1.5 pounds sirloin, cubed

2 cups wild mushrooms, chopped

1 onion, sliced

splash of sweet vermouth

splash of Worcestershire sauce

splash of soy sauce

splash or two of beef broth

2-3 tbsp olive oil

1-2 tbsp butter

Toss cubes of meat with a little but of sweet vermouth, Worcestershire sauce and soy sauce. Marinate in fridge until ready to cook.

Heat a bit of oil and butter in pan. Sautee onions for about a half hour to caramelize (feel free to walk away from them). I added a pinch of baking soda to them at the end to bring out their color. Add a little more oil and butter to the pan. Add mushrooms and sautee until soft (about five minutes). Remove onions and mushrooms from pan.

Add another tablespoon of oil to pan and heat until high. Add beef cubes (season with salt). Leave alone for five minutes to sear. Toss around until seared completely. Return onions and mushrooms to pan – add a splash or two of beef broth. Serve (these would be good over butter noodles, too).


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