Burgundy Beef Tagliatelle

When you have comfort food on your mind, look no further than this hearty meal of sirloin tips, gently braised in a wine and mushroom sauce with gluten free noodles.

Years ago, I had something like this in a restaurant and never got it out of my mind.  It was easy to recreate at home, and I used Jovial gluten free tagliatelle noodles because they have the look and texture of egg noodles that you would traditionally see in a dish like this.  It came out amazing.  A hearty dinner that will satisfy big appetites!

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4 Servings


  • 1 lb. sirloin tips
  • 1 tbsp. white rice flour
  • 3 tbsp. olive oil, divided
  • 1/2 of a large, sweet onion, diced
  • 1 tsp. Montreal steak seasoning, divided
  • 3/4 cup red wine (I used Barefoot Merlot)
  • 1 package white or baby bella mushrooms, cut into 1/4″ thick slices
  • 2 tbsp. butter, divided
  • 6 oz. gluten free egg tagliatelle pasta
  • 1/2 cup gluten free broth (beef, chicken or vegetable)
  • 1 tsp. arrowroot *See notes
  • fresh parsley for garnish


Cut the sirloin tips into 2″ chunks, trimming any excess fat.

Heat 2 tbsp. olive oil in a heavy skillet or Sauteuse with cover or Dutch oven.  Toss the beef with the white rice flour, and brown in a single layer over medium low heat.

Season with 1/2 tsp. Montreal steak seasoning.

In a few minutes you should have good color on the beef and be able to see some caramelization.

Now add the onions and let them cook down for 3 minutes.

Add the wine and stir gently.  Bring to a simmer, then cover the pan and place in a 225º oven for 3 hours.

In the last 1/2 hour of cooking, heat 1 tbsp. olive oil and 1 tbsp. butter in a stainless-steel skillet (not nonstick).  Cook the mushrooms over low heat, just until they release their liquid and season with 1/2 tsp. Montreal Steak Seasoning.  Whisk the broth and arrowroot together and stir into the mushrooms, simmering to thicken.

Return the beef to the stovetop and stir in the mushroom mixture.

Keep the heat on low and continue simmering the beef on the stovetop with the lid off.  Allow the liquid to reduce and thicken while you cook the pasta.

Cook the tagliatelle noodles to 2 minutes less than package directions.  When the noodles are ready, drain and add to the pan with a pat or 2 of butter.

Toss well to combine and cook for a minute longer.  Garnish with parsley and serve right from the pan!

This meal is so good, the pictures don’t do it justice!

Notes ♪♫ Arrowroot flour, also known as arrowroot starch or arrowroot powder is a staple in my gluten free pantry.  Whether I just need a teaspoon for thickening, or more for bread baking, arrowroot is a nice alternative to the usual corn, tapioca or potato starch.  It is superb for making a roux, no lumps ever!

Original post Oct 8, 2021                Rephotographed Jun 28, 2024

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Gluten Free Pappardelle Pasta

Making pasta from scratch is a labor of love, and something I haven’t done in a very long time.  In fact, since my Celiac diagnosis in 2017, I have primarily used box pasta in my recipes.  Not that that’s a bad thing, as we have so many great options today.  But fresh pasta is such a treat!

So, this past weekend, it felt really good to get out the KitchenAid and make these beautiful Pappardelle noodles.  If you are gluten free and missing fresh pasta, this recipe is one you must have in your collection!

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Although you can make pasta entirely by hand, there are some helpful tools you can buy to make the job easier.  Here are a few that I used in this recipe.

It takes minutes to make dough in a stand mixer, and I used the pasta roller attachment to create sheets of pasta.

As KitchenAid has yet to make a cutter attachment for Pappardelle, I used a pastry cutter.  It can be adjusted to cut pasta sheets into perfectly even strips, especially helpful if you want to make a wider noodle like Pappardelle.

I used a pasta drying rack to hang my noodles.  This rack has been in my kitchen for many years BC (before Celiac).  So, I covered the wooden arms with plastic wrap to prevent any gluten contamination.  Looks like I will be ordering a new rack, or two!

I made a small batch of just 2 servings for this post.  Dinner was so delicious, next time I will make more!  The recipe can be scaled, to make a dinner for two or a family size platter.  I give you the measurements below for 2, 4, 6 and 8 servings.


  • gluten free flour blend (I used, and recommend Better Batter)
  • olive oil
  • salt
  • eggs
  • egg yolks


INGREDIENTS: 2 Servings 4 Servings 6 Servings 8 Servings
Better Batter Flour 70 G 140 G 210 G 280 G
Olive oil 3/4 tsp. 1-1/2 tsp. 2-1/4 tsp. 3 tsp.
Salt 1/8 tsp. 1/4 tsp. 3/8 tsp. 1/2 tsp.
Egg 1 large 2 large 3 large 4 large
Egg Yolk 1 2 3 4


Egg yolks give the pasta a silky rich texture and beautiful color.  Begin by separating the eggs.  Reserve the whites for another use.

Combine all of the dough ingredients in the bowl of a stand mixer with the paddle attachment.  Weigh the flour, accuracy is important!  I used (and recommend) Better Batter Original Gluten Free Flour to make the pasta dough.  Results may differ if you use another brand, or you may need to adjust the measurements.

Pat the dough into a ball and sprinkle with flour.  Wrap in plastic wrap and let it rest for 15 minutes.

Divide the dough into sections.  For this 2 serving batch, I divided the dough into 4 pieces (adjust if you are making more).  Then take one section at a time and press into a disc.

Use a rolling pin or a pasta roller to roll each disc into a long thin sheet.  If using a pasta roller, remember that gluten free dough is more delicate and prone to tearing than wheat dough, so you will not be able to roll it as thin.  Sprinkle the dough with extra flour as you pass it through the roller to help avoid sticking and breakage.  I was able to roll mine out to the 3rd setting.

Lay the pasta sheets on lightly floured wax paper.  Use a knife or pizza wheel to cut the sheets into 3/4″ ribbons.  I used a pastry cutter to create perfectly even strips.

Separate the noodles and hang to dry for up to one hour.  They are best enjoyed immediately, but you can refrigerate if you are not ready to cook.

IMPORTANT:  Always follow food safety guidelines.  Egg pasta should be refrigerated within one hour and frozen if you need to store it for more than one day.

I always make my sauce first, so it’s ready when I finish making the pasta.

When it’s GO time, fill a large pot with water, salt generously and bring to a rolling boil.  Add the pappardelle with just a drop of olive oil, stir well and cover so that the water returns quickly to a full boil.  Cook for about 3 minutes, pasta will float to the top when it’s done.  Remember fresh pasta cooks quickly, be careful not to overcook!

Use a spider strainer to gently remove and drain the pappardelle and arrange on a serving dish.

Toss with sauce, and grated cheese.

Notes ♪♫ Pappardelle pairs perfectly with rich, meaty sauces like Bolognese.  Learn how to make a Traditional Bolognese Sauce in this post!

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