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Beef Bourguignon with Parmesan Dumplings


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Bourguignon Recipe

  • 1 onion, (1 large onion/2 small onions)
  • 700 gram Rump Steak
  • 3 carrots, sliced
  • 350 grams button mushrooms, chopped in half
  • 2 tablespoon TM vegetable stock concentrate
  • 150 grams red wine
  • 1 can Tinned tomatoes
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 3 sprigs Thyme
  • 80 grams tomato paste
  • 100 gram water

Parmesan Dumplings

  • 40 gram Parmesan cheese
  • 2 tablespoon Continental Parsley
  • 300 gram Self Raising Flour
  • 20 gram butter (soft)
  • 170 gram Milk
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Recipe's preparation

    Dumpling Mix
  1. Place parmesan cheese in bowl and grate; 7- 10 seconds speed 9.


    Add parsley and chop 3 seconds speed 7.


    Add self raising flour; butter and milk, and salt and pepper to taste and dough mode for 25-30 seconds until combined.


    Roll into balls appromiately 2 cm in diameter and place on varoma tray (approximately 2cm apart), and in varoma dish if tray is full.


    Set aside.


     

  2. Beef Bourguignon
  3. Add onion and garlic to clean TM bowl and chop 3 secs, speed 7. Scrape down side of bowl. 


    Add olive oil and cook varoma temp, 2mins, speed 1. Scrape down side of bowl.


    Add chopped beef and cook on varoma tempcounter-clockwise operation, speed 2, 3 mins.


    Add all remaining ingredients and cook on 100 degrees, counter-clockwise operation, speed 1 for 10 minutes. (you may need to place steaming basket on lid to prevent splattering).


    Add salt and pepper to taste; scrap down side of bowl.  If more liquid required, add to bowl at this point.


    Place the varoma tray and dish (with the dumplings) on top of the bowl and cook for 15 minutes, varoma, counter-clockwise operation speed 1.


    Check if dumplings are well cooked; if required repeart previous step by 5minutes! 


    Once finished, serve in a bowl with the beef bourguignon served over the dumplings!  Enjoy!

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Tip

Once cooked, don't place the dumplings with the hot sauce as they will continue to expand.  Keep seperate until ready to serve.  If you have leftovers, keep the dumplings stored in a seperate container to the sauce!

Enjoy this family favourite!










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  • Really loved this dish. The wife and I nearly...

    Submitted by daniel.wade on 27. May 2019 - 20:47.

    Really loved this dish. The wife and I nearly licked the plates cleaned. Saved some to take to work for lunch.

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  • So tasty and perfect winter comfort food I loved...

    Submitted by Fiona69 on 13. June 2017 - 16:28.

    So tasty and perfect winter comfort food. I loved it!

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  • ISO easy and taste great

    Submitted by rule_99 on 16. July 2016 - 16:51.

    ISO easy and taste great

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  • Made for the first time today

    Submitted by Kofuji on 11. May 2016 - 21:04.

    Made for the first time today and will make again!

     

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  • delicious and hearty.the

    Submitted by HieFamily on 12. December 2015 - 15:17.

    delicious and hearty.the aroma of the wine while it was cooking was devine!I will try the recipe again, but cook the beef for longer to make if more tender

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  • Thank you for a fab recipe. 

    Submitted by Linafid on 3. October 2015 - 17:18.

    Thank you for a fab recipe.  I used chuck steak (that's what I had) and cooked for 55 minutes (omitted dumplings). My 5 year old son and I loved it.

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  • Beef and sauce were nice. The

    Submitted by shoeberry on 27. July 2015 - 21:49.

    Beef and sauce were nice. The instructions say to add garlic, and oil, but these are not mentioned in the ingredients list, so I took a guess with 1 clove of garlic, and enough oil to saute, and it seemed to work. Amount seemed ok in the TM5. Dumplings were ok, but a bit dense for us. Will try serving with mash next time. 

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  • I didnt make the dumplings as

    Submitted by ShortysShorty on 14. July 2015 - 16:51.

    I didnt make the dumplings as we like this with mash tmrc_emoticons.;) but the rest of the meal was delicious! Thank you tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • Had this last night. Thought

    Submitted by Shooz on 11. January 2015 - 11:47.

    Had this last night. Thought the bourgignon was really tasty. I simmered it on a lower heat for an extra 15 mins just to get the veg and meat a bit softer. Dumplings were ok but I felt a bit lacking in flavour even though I put a bit more Parmesan in than the recipe required but with the sauce over them it didn't matter as it more than made up in flavour. Will definitely make this again! 

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  • I made this today for the

    Submitted by Mammabear on 24. October 2014 - 23:06.

    I made this today for the crew at work, they absolutely loved it. Took a bottle of red wine to work only to realise we don't have a corkscrew!! Added more water in place of wine and it was delicious, I often make beef bourguignon at home, usually a couple of hours chained to the stove, this was a great recipe and I will definitely use this version from now on. Oh, and this was only the second time I had cooked with my thermomix!!

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  • I made this last night for my

    Submitted by Tania157 on 27. August 2014 - 10:35.

    I made this last night for my family and loved it. I did make a few changes, I replaced the wine with 2tsp balsamic vinegar, I replaced the tinned tomatoes with fresh peeled tomatoes, I reduced the beef to 500g and added more mushrooms and to the dumplings i doubled the butter. We served it with extra veggies and saffron rice. Reading a few of the other comments i didnt find the sauce too thin, but i guess i didnt add the water so that probably made the difference.

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  • Beef was good but the

    Submitted by wakey356 on 29. July 2014 - 21:51.

    Beef was good but the dumplings were doughy and not my cup of tea.

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  • Amazing! So tasty and perfect

    Submitted by Rhiarne on 29. July 2014 - 19:22.

    Amazing! So tasty and perfect winter comfort food. I loved it!!

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  • Have a beef and mushroom stew

    Submitted by frausin on 24. July 2014 - 16:30.

    Have a beef and mushroom stew already in the slow cooker but while looking for a dumpling recipe these looked too good to pass up. hubby and I had never had dumplings before but we will be having them again.

    thank you very much for the recipe

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  • Great and easy to follow.

    Submitted by Bee_83 on 22. July 2014 - 07:14.

    Great and easy to follow. Enjoyed by the whole family 

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  • Fantastic meal, will cook

    Submitted by kattynatty72 on 10. July 2014 - 20:20.

    Fantastic meal, will cook this again sauce was perfect 

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  • Loved this dish! My 3yr old

    Submitted by Chelee on 8. July 2014 - 17:37.

    Loved this dish! My 3yr old even ate it! Definite winner!

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  • I had a play with this recipe

    Submitted by The Satisfied Mixer on 13. May 2014 - 14:50.

    I had a play with this recipe again, and have adjusted the quantities of liquid as for some reason it was more liquidy than the first time I made it!  I hope you try it again and enjoy! Bec

    Rebecca


    The Satisfied Mixer


     

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  • Just made the beef. As per

    Submitted by alimay on 5. May 2014 - 19:21.

    Just made the beef. As per the comment by naomi, the bowl was very full. The flavour was ok - could have been stronger - and the sauce was rather runny. I think I would add cornflour nextt ime to thicken it into more of a gravy.

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  • I did not make the dumplings

    Submitted by naomiannet@yahoo.com.au on 28. April 2014 - 23:27.

    I did not make the dumplings just the Beef. The quantities were too big for the bowl capacity.

    I served with mash instead. I felt it needed something else for a stronger taste.

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  • Great dinner!! the sauce was

    Submitted by sianbradbury on 18. April 2014 - 09:01.

    Great dinner!! the sauce was very runny by the end and the dumplings didn't spread well almost like they needed a bit more liquid in the dough but it tasted FANTASTIC! thank you will cook again tmrc_emoticons.)

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