I followed your recipe but "Cleaned the frige"with the veggies. So instead of peas I used sugar snap peas. Added potatoes, parsnip, carrot & turnip. Love the Worchestershire sauce in it. Perfect for a dreary Winter evening meal. Cooked on high for 1 1/2 hrs then low for 4 hrs. Veggies were just right still had a bit of crunch
Oh this stew was excellent. And soooo easy. I used one of my moms old tricks and for extra seasoning added a packet of Au-jus gravy mix to the broth. It gives it just a little different flavors. My roommates and I devoured this with some fresh french bread for an entire weekend.
YUMMY ! I made this stew this afternoon while taking my daughter to a hockey game. We arrived at home to a wonderful aroma ! I skipped the peas and the cottage cheese (UGH!), and added onion and turnip. We cooked it on high for 4Â½ hours. My husband said it tasted just like his mom's stew ! During the last half hour, I made Biscuits for biscuits, which were also awesome !!!
Easy, with enough veggies. I didn't put onions but next time I will.
good stew but to much celery taste for me.
This was very good. I coated the beef in the 1/4 cup flour and the salt and pepper, and then I browned it. I also did not add the peas (personal preference) or the cottage cheese. I cooked it on high for 4 hours then low for 2 1/2 and it was perfect! The meat and the veggies were tender and moist and the flavor was wonderful. Next time I think I will add some diced tomatoes. Overall it was very simple and very yummy!
Very good stew. I added 1 1/2 cups tomato juice because i was worried that there wasn't enough liquid and I also skipped the peas and cottage cheese. Thanks for sharing.