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One of the great things about most “Southern comfort” dinner items is that you don’t have to use really expensive ingredients to make a great meal. I have always admired people from the South – it seems they can grab just a few basic ingredients, throw them together and create unbelievable, mind-blowing results! This was one of the first Southern dishes I tried and it was a great one for a beginner. The gravy really does about make itself (with the help of a little cornstarch). It’s a great midweek meal idea.
Just six ingredients, plus salt and pepper, and you can have these Beef Tips With Rice and Gravy on your dinner table. And at 10 minutes to prep and an hour to cook, it’s not back-breaking or really time-consuming to put together. This has been one of my favorite recipes ever since I tried it, and I’m pretty sure it’ll stay in my box of favorites forever!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Taste of Southern
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