Ready in 2 hours
My family loves this stew
"I love this. I added sliced baby bella mushrooms, sliced my garlic thin and added a pinch of red pepper flakes which complemented this dish nicely. Also I used stir fry beef which after seasoning, I coated with flour. It needed only an hour simmer time to get tender. At the end, I thickened the broth with 2 tablespoons of corn starch mixed with a little water. My stomach is still smiling."- stanporter1
1. In a stock pot over medium heat, add the vegetable oil. Season the beef with salt and pepper (to your liking) . Brown the meat for about 6 to 8 minutes stirring occasionally.
2. Add the onions, celery and garlic. Continue to cook until the vegetables are wilted and golden (about 6 minutes). Season the mixture with salt and pepper.
3. Add the stock, deglaze the pan if needed. Add the potatoes and carrots. Bring the liquid to a boil and reduce heat to a simmer, coer and cook for 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until meat is very tender, stirring occasionally.
4. Remove 1 cup of stew into a blender and blend to make a thick rue. Add the rue back into the stew and let thicken. Season to taste.
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mizchele 1 month agoIt was delicious but just slightly bland.
Jackiechan042003 3 months agoVery yummy stew! I did however change it a bit. I added some rosemary and parsley, and instead of making a rue (because I felt lazy) I used one packet of Knorr brown gravy with one cup of water.
AESG 4 months agoI floured the beef, added rosemary, thyme, fresh parsley, bay leaf, & Worcestershire sauce, a few tomatoes and used half the water. I put dumplings on the top.
dawatha 11 month ago
sandybrown1956 11 month agoGood basic recipe. I dredged the meat in seasoned flour before browning, doubled the onion and garlic, used unpeeled, red potatoes and cut broth down to 4 cups. I put everything in the crockpot and let it go all day. A few minutes before serving, I stirred in a dash of worchestershire sauce, and a cup of frozen peas.
iimorgans 11 month agoSuper easy and yummy
lolahbf 12 months agoI enjoyed this immensely. I like the idea of blending some of the vegetables to make it thicker.
pintomcguinness 1 year agoVery nice. I added some red wine and some thyme into the stock for added flavour and it was a big hit.
Mdlebou 1 year agoThe flavor was ok, it didn't turn out like I thought it would. It smelled like a Chinese or stir fry dish, won't make again
Jeffsterchef 1 year ago
Missamyjxoxo 1 year agoGreat recipe! I used home made stock and added bay leaf, rosemary, and thyme. Wonderful with home made bread too :)
Christina_tw 1 year agoI have made this stew several times now. I added a little tomato paste and substituted the celery for cabbage since I have members of the family who are allergic to celery. It is very yummy! My kids love it too!
SammyJean 1 year agoGood stew, but It's missing something and I can't put my finger on it.
joaxelson 1 year ago
TamraZumba 1 year agoSince I don't own a crock pot yet (yes, I am the only one on earth I think), this was a great recipe idea for on the stove. I made a few alterations, as I don't measure my veggies so well, but it came out amazing! Thank you for sharing. This was delicious.
mikebackhouse1 1 year ago
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lmac3 1 year agoThis was a easy and very delicious recipe
keilarodriguez 1 year ago
stanporter1 2 years agoI love this. I added sliced baby bella mushrooms, sliced my garlic thin and added a pinch of red pepper flakes which complemented this dish nicely. Also I used stir fry beef which after seasoning, I coated with flour. It needed only an hour simmer time to get tender. At the end, I thickened the broth with 2 tablespoons of corn starch mixed with a little water. My stomach is still smiling.