Fall is the best time of year for slow cooking. If you love coming home to a house that smells like pure deliciousness than this is the recipe for you! Tender shredded beef, sweet onions, and button mushrooms join together to create a tasty and easy dinner.
There’s no arguing it, slow cookers make dinner time so much easier. Growing up I hated crock pot food, but now I can’t get enough of tender braised beefs. A meat that pulls apart with your fork on a pile of buttery mashed potatoes, it really doesn’t get much better than that! These sirloin tips with ranch mushrooms are also the perfect pair to some creamy polenta. You really can’t go wrong!
Just six ingredients and a slow cooker is all you need for this tasty braise. But, you can also make it in to the oven. For years I lived without a slow cooker (I now wonder how I functioned) and I often made this recipe in the oven. Both ways are tasty, but the slow cooker allows you to leave your house while your cooking, always a plus.
The key to making a good braise starts with good beef. I got my sirloin tips from Butcher Box which means they were 100% grass feed and hormone free. If you’ve been following me on instagram the past couple of weeks you know I’ve been loving my Butcher Box subscription. Firstly, it’s delivered right to your door in vacuum sealed packages, perfect for throwing in the freezer or enjoying right away. More importantly, they focus on grass feed beef, organic chicken, and heritage pork. With Christmas around the corner a butcher box subscription is the perfect present for all your foodie friends!
- 1 Pound Sirloin Tips
- 1 Pound Button Mushrooms
- 1 Yellow Onion
- 10 Garlic Cloves
- 1 Packet Ranch Seasoning
- 1 Cup Beef Broth
- Lightly season the beef with salt and pepper
- Transfer to slow cooker
- Add remaining ingredients and mix
- Cook on low for 6 hours, until fork tender
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