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Sirloin Dijon and Brussel Sprouts

This dish reminded me of beef stroganoff, but better!!  I did use some heavy whipping cream so if you want to stay away from the dairy component in this dish, I would substitute with chicken broth and add more mustard to make it a bit tangier rather then creamy.

Sirloin Dijon

1 1/2 lbs thinly sliced sirloin (I used the pre-sliced sirloin from TJ’s)

1 red onion diced

3 tbsp olive oil

Sea salt and pepper to taste – sprinkle meat in pan while cooking

2/3 cup heavy cream

3 crushed garlic cloves

1 tsp dried tarragon

1 ½ tbsp Dijon mustard

Saute diced onion in olive oil until tender, add sirloin and brown.  While sirloin is browning, sprinkle with sea salt and pepper.  In a separate bowl, mix together heavy whipping cream, garlic, tarragon and mustard.  Pour mixture over the sirloin and bring to a simmer.  Serve immediately.

Brussel Sprouts

Approx 1/2 lb brussel sprouts

1 tbsp dried dill

2 tbsp olive oil

sea salt and pepper to taste

Quarter brussel sprouts and steam for 3-5 minutes.  Saute the steamed sprouts in olive oil until a little crispy and add remaining ingredients, stir and serve.  Yummy!!

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  1. Nicole says:

    We just bought a half of a cow and our freezer is full of meat that I have no idea how to cook. I made this dish last weekend but I didn’t eat very much I knew the way I had cooked it it wasn’t so healthy. And I get an update that you made a stroganoff-ish dish! I have tons more of the sirloin in the freezer. I’m going to try this one out this weekend, thanks!

  2. Dude, don’t stop blogging, this stuff is legit!

    1. Ok, I won’t stop, I promise!! ; )

  3. JasonTC says:

    Made just the mustard sauce and dipped some strip in it…awesome!!

  4. Meghan says:

    Made this with ground turkey instead–it was awesome! Every recipe posted here is great–thank you so much:)

  5. Cyndi says:

    I made this with onion and lots of mushrooms and seasoned the meat with salt pepper, garlic powder and onion powder and a little tarrogon and dijon mustard , but I used almod flour to thicken … probable 1/ 2 cup .. a can of low sodium beef broth and a can of coconut milk and it was creamy and delish … just a thought instead of cream 🙂

  6. Laura says:

    I made the brussel sprouts today which I haven’t particularly enjoyed in the past, but these rocked!!! Thanks for the great recipe Sarah!

    1. Sarah says:

      Awesome Laura, so glad you liked them!!

  7. This was delish.. Instead of the cream, just added like 2 splashes of chicken broth.
    It was SO yum. Also added a few pieces of kale.

  8. Noelle says:

    YUMMY is all I have to say. Hubby, 2 year old, and I gobbled this up!

  9. Tricia says:

    How many servings does this make?

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