June 28, 2017


A hearty beef and vegetable casserole with a subtle hint of red wine - great for all day cooking!

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 8 hrs
  • 15 mins

    8 hrs

    8 hrs 15 mins

  • Yields: 6+


¼ cup plain flour

1/2 tsp of salt

1/2 tsp cracked black pepper

1kg casserole style steak cut into cubes

1 onion, sliced

4 cloves minced garlic

½ cup tomato paste

2 tbsp beef stock powder

½ cup red wine

1 tbsp dried oregano

400g tin diced tomatoes

2 cups sliced mushrooms

3 small diced, washed new potatoes

Handful of quartered green beans


1Mix flour with salt and pepper in a freezer bag or bowl

2Add beef to seasoned flour and toss to coat

3This floured beef can be browned if you choose to but I add mine to the slow cooker raw

4Add all other ingredients to slow cooker & stir gently to combine

5Cook on low for 8hrs


Submitted by Paulene Christie


15 Reviews


March 13, 2022

Pretty happy with this! I added carrots instead of potatoes and beans, this is a lot like the mccormicks lamb shank mix. Will definitely make this now instead of buying a ready made mix and will add a little more salt and pepper to the recipe

Susan Williams

January 9, 2022

Very nice & tasty, with plenty left over to freeze. Instead of the potato I added sliced carrots, served it with mashed potato, green beans & buttered cabbage. I used oyster blade steak.

Julie Jones

August 21, 2021

I cooked this on Thursday night and I must say I used a really good Shiraz and we ate it Friday night for dinner. OMG it was sensational. Definitely use a good wine and have it the next day! I have so much left over, plus I’m eating it again tonight….yes I am salivating just thinking about it 😆

Faith Bennett

June 16, 2021

Absolutely yummy. Definitely keeping this recipe, on the menu lists😁

Just stock powder.


June 1, 2021

Question: is is straight stock powder to the mix, or do I make a wet mix of stock powder and water

Vanessa Robinson

October 21, 2018

Very tasty meal! I added sweet potato as needed to use up one I had. Omitted the onion, garlic, pepper and beans and used GF plain flour instead.
I served it with pasta and put a handful of grated cheese on top.
Definitely will be making this again!

Vanessa Robinson

October 21, 2018

I tried this recipe for the first time today. This is so tasty! I added sweet potato and served with pasta with sprinkle of grated cheese on top.

You can definitely reduce the wine down if you do it again too – no problems to overall recipes doing so 🙂


July 13, 2018

I found the wine taste a bit overwhelming, but I do just really dislike red wine in general and it may have also been because the wine I used possibly sucked (I know nothing about red wines, I received a bottle of shiraz for free so figured I may as well cook with it since I was never going to drink it). A bit of extra tomato paste & stock powder fixed that right up though and it tasted great in the end.


June 16, 2018

This is a delicious, hearty meal for winter! I swapped the potato for carrot and served with mashed potato!

Natalie Edser

May 31, 2018

Even better the next day! Served as an alternative to spag Bol meat/sauce and it was amazing!!

Natalie Edser

May 30, 2018

A new favourite for the family. Kids ate it all and hubby went for seconds. We still have leftovers for tomorrow and the freezer and it was so easy to prep. Will make again.

Tiffany Buckingham

April 16, 2018

Families absolute favourite!!

Tiffany Buckingham

April 16, 2018

My absolute favourite!!

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