Beef Stew

Ready in 9 hours
120 review(s) averaging 4.3. 86% would make again

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Great stew.

"I loved it! I added Lawry's Season salt (liberally) and having read the comments about salt and pepper I liberally applied them, too.

The other thing I did was really work the flower and spices into the meat before adding the vegetables. I used russet potatoes (big ones) and I ended up adding an extra cup-and-a-half of beef base because my vegetables were so big.

I cooked on high for 4.5 hours and low for 30 minutes.

Yummy! I'm eating it right now.

Oh yah and I added the Kitchen Bouquet, too."

- necede

Ingredients

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1 1/2 pounds Stew meat
1/4 cup Flour
Salt and pepper
1 1/2 cups Beef broth
1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
1 clove Garlic
1 Bay leaf
1/2 teaspoon Paprika
3 Carrots
3 Potatoes
1 Onion
1 stalk Celery
2 teaspoons Kitchen Bouquet

Original recipe makes 1 Serving

Serving  

Preparation

Place meat in crockpot. Mix flour, salt and pepper and pour over meat; stir to coat. Add remaining ingredients and stir to mix.

Cover and cook on low 8-10 hours. (High: 4-5 hours). Stir stew thorougly before serving.

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I prefer the mash potatoes on a side and cucumber salad :) photo by olivera1975 olivera1975

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"I recommend pairing it (i.e., SIMULTANEOUSLY) with this recipe  I did it a little bit different as I'm scared of slow cooker bland taste and came out amazing...." olivera1975 olivera1975

"A variation on this recipe  " Firebyrd Firebyrd

"A variation on this recipe  Brunswick stew is a traditional dish from the southeastern United States. The origin of the dish is uncertain, and there are two competing claims as to the place in the South where it originated, in addition to some claim to a German origin. In some parts of the South (particularly North Carolina and Georgia), it is also known as "hash"." Firebyrd Firebyrd

"A variation on this recipe  Give savory beef stew a Tuscan twist with Italian seasoning, cannellini beans and crushed tomatoes." Firebyrd Firebyrd

"A variation on this recipe  This stew is hearty and has a nice kick to it; real comfort food. Serve with crusty bread for mopping up all the good stew juices. Bagged salad greens make a tasty side." Firebyrd Firebyrd

"I recommend pairing it (i.e., SIMULTANEOUSLY) with this recipe  I did it a little bit different as I'm scared of slow cooker bland taste and came out amazing...." olivera1975 olivera1975

"Personally, I prefer making it this way  The Brazilian feijoada is traditionally prepared over low fire in a thick clay pot. The final dish has the beans and meat pieces barely covered by a dark purplish-brown broth. The taste is strong, moderately salty but not spicy, dominated by the flavors of black bean and meat stew." Firebyrd Firebyrd

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Delicious and healthy dinner!
mandringa 1 month ago
A wonderful beef stew. I put dumplings on top. So good!
Crieb 4 months ago
This recipe for beef stew was very good. I did add corn starch instead of flour....used 3Tblspoons and about 1 1/2 cups more of beef broth....only because I add a few more vegtables (corn and peas). This was a 4 star recipe according to my family's taste buds!!!!
sun2keep 7 months ago
Absolutely scrumptious! I omitted the kitchen bouquet, added a half cup of extra beef broth with a little corn starch and it turned out great! I plan to make this my 'go-to Beef Stew'... Thanks to the one who posted it!
HeatherLynn614 7 months ago
Easy to follow instructions.
ealonzo71 8 months ago
Easy to follow instructions.
ealonzo71 8 months ago
It's good- easy enough and pretty tasty.
Sugarbows 8 months ago
Mmm, very good!
ericanicoleclark 10 months ago
Very good! I used deer meat instead of beef and it was great!
leby66 10 months ago
Great dinner! Everyone liked this a lot. Thanks for a great recipe.
dgmacintyre 11 month ago
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