Steakhouse Beef Tips with Noodles, Flank Steak Thinly Sliced and Smothered In A Delicious Steak Sauce Gravy, Caramelized Onions, and Noodles!
Boring beef tips just got set up a notch!
Steakhouse Beef Tips with Noodles is a recipe that is restaurant worthy but easy enough to make in your own kitchen! This post was sponsored by No Yolks as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Who doesn’t love a good steakhouse? There is something special about going.
Steakhouses can be both casual and fancy. I love an old-school experience.
Salad bar, yummy sides like garlic roasted mashed potatoes or roasted mushrooms! But, let’s be honest, they can get expensive pretty quick!
But, now with this recipe for Steakhouse Beef Tips, you can get that same experience at home. I paired mine with No Yolks broad noodles, just like my Mom always did.
This recipe is reminiscent of my childhood. My Mom used to make this for me (and still does!), loaded with caramelized onions and a rich gravy, I can’t get enough!
This is one of those classic dishes you pair with No Yolks Noodles.
It’s super easy to make as well.
Steakhouse Beef Tips and Noodles Directions:
- Caramelize your onions with butter, a pinch of sugar and salt and finish them off with some red wine.
- Sear your flank steak. The flank steak is cut thin so it won’t be tough searing at a high heat. The perfect cut for beef tips!
- Make the sauce! Okay, this is the best part, garlic and herbs sauté in butter, flour is added to thicken and in goes more red wine to deglaze the pan (and get off all those yummy browned bits) along with beef stock and your choice of steak sauce.
- Add your meat back to the pan and coat everything in that amazing gravy. You can now add your No Yolks noodles if you like to mix everything, or serve them on the side, your call!
You can either serve the steakhouse beef tips over the noodles or serve No Yolks on the side, whichever you prefer.
We like to mix everything together in our house, yum! I served it with some roasted mushrooms. But, it’s really a meal all on its own!
I love serving lots of dishes with No Yolks, they aren’t just for casseroles anymore! They are really versatile and I love to use them with dishes like this one here, in soups, and even in stir fry!
No Yolks are a healthier alternative to regular noodles because they made from egg whites and have no cholesterol. Plus, they are low in fat and sodium as well!
With their large variety of noodle sizes, including broad, extra broad, dumplings, fine, kluski and stir-fry, there is a size everyone will love! They are high quality and cook up smooth, firm and fluffy each time and they will stay just like that, too!
Just like these noodles, this beef tip recipe is versatile too!!
Alternatives and Additional Mix-ins:
- Add mushrooms right into the mix! While the onions are cooking, throw in your favorite sliced mushrooms.
- For a creamy texture, add a dollop of sour cream right before serving.
- Make it stir-fry style by adding steamed veggies such as broccoli, zucchini, and carrots!
I don’t have time to throw everything together after work, can I meal prep ahead of time?
Yes, you can! I tend to do this on the weekends. You can make your caramelized onions ahead of time, cut your beef, and mix up the sauce ahead of time. This will cut down on at least 20 minutes of prep!
Do I have to use flank steak or can I use another cut of beef?
I really recommend flank for this recipe but sometimes it might not be on sale at the store. You can use any kind of beef that you can cook quickly such as sirloin, rib eye, or even pre-cut stir-fry beef. If in doubt, ask your butcher!
Feel free to ask me any additional questions in the comments below!
I really hope you enjoy this yummy Steakhouse Beef Tips with Noodles!!
Even More Yummy Steakhouse Style Recipes:
- Roasted Mushrooms with Garlic Butter Sauce
- Bacon Ranch Twice Baked Potatoes
- Creamed Spinach with Bacon
- Garlic Pull Apart Bread
Steakhouse Beef Tips with Noodles
- 1 medium sweet onion thinly sliced
- 3 1/2 tablespoons unsalted butter divided
- pinch of kosher salt
- pinch of granulated sugar
- 1/4 cup red wine divided
- 1 pound flank steak fat trimmed and cut into thin 1 inch pieces against the grain
- kosher salt and pepper to taste
- 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 1/2 teaspoon fresh rosemary minced
- 1/2 teaspoon fresh thyme minced
- 1/4 cup steak sauce
- 1 1/2 cup beef stock
- No Yolks Broad Noodles prepared
- 1 tablespoon parsley chopped fine for garnish (optional)
- Place onion and 1 1/2 tablespoons of the butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the salt and sugar and stir constantly for about 25 minutes until browned. Add a splash of the red wine to the pan to deglaze, scrapping off any browned bits from the bottom. Spoon onto a plate and set aside. Wipe out the pan.
- While the onions are cooking, season the beef with the salt and the pepper. Toss in the flour. Add the vegetable oil to the pan after the onions are done cooking over medium-high heat. Add the meat and press down. Allow to brown and flip, about 4 minutes. Continue to cook until about 3/4 of the way done. Transfer to a plate and set aside.
- Add to the pan the remaining butter, the garlic and the fresh herbs. Cook for 2-3 minutes until fragrant over medium heat. Add the onions back into the pan. Sprinkle in the remaining flour and cook for 2 minutes, whisking the ingredients together.
- While the onions and the flour cooks, mix together the steak sauce and beef stock in a small bowl.
- Add the remaining wine to the pan and deglaze, scrapping any browned bits off the bottom. Whisk in the sauce mixture slowly until combined. Bring to a simmer and simmer for 5 minutes until thickened.
- Add the beef back into the pan for another 5 minutes to cook through. Serve over No Yolks Broad Noodles or mix the cooked noodles into the pot and coat with the sauce.
Don’t forget to check out No Yolks Broad Noodles and their other varieties at a grocery store near you! Here are some more yummy recipe ideas: