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The hardest part of this recipe is having to smell it for 2 1/2 hours before it was ready. It smelled WONDERFUL. Sometimes dishes smell better than they turn out. Not this one. It tasted as wonderful as it smelled. This recipe takes a while to cook but it was worth the wait. Great weekend dish.
As a last minute diversion from my Mother's recipe, I decided to give this one a shot as it used beef broth and that was what I had in mind at the time (Mom's uses water?blah). This stew was fantastic! Easy to throw together and the house smelled heavenly. My new favorite as you can add veggies and tomatoes if you want to..would only enhance the meal.
Very nice recipe. My family really enjoyed it. Thanks for posting.
I doubled everything on the recipe added a pound of bacon, three yuengling black and tan beers, 5 dashes of franks red hot. and instead of beef im using venison
I know this was a good recipe when my husband said "that was great!". I used all the ingredients stated except I switched the green pepper for peas. I added the carrots, celery and onions after only 1 hour instead of 2. The last half hour I added the potatoes because they really don't need an hour. Peas were added in the last two minutes of cooking. I also did not do the flour/water mixture to thicken because I thought it was just perfect without it. Excellent ... will be making this again! One of the best beef stew recipes I've ever made!
Decent recipe. Two ideas; instead of oil start with a piece or two of bacon chopped fine in the bottom of the pot to add flavor and fat to brown the beef. Also, a bit of red wine added to the flour instead of water adds complexity and color.
Very nice basic stew. Thank you.
This. was. AMAZING!! I didnt have the green pepper but added all other ingredients. Added rosemary and cellery seed in a difuser ball. And when dredging meat mixed salt pepper and flour.
great recipe because it was sooo easy and tasty!!!! thank you!!!
Really good and easy. :)