Loved this stew recipe! Perfect for the below 0 temps we were having. Tasted even better then next day if you can believe it. The broth is aromatic and rich. Used the onions, green peppers, zucchini, 2 potatoes, garlic, green beans, and a bit of summer corn (leftover). Loved it all. Will make this often. Served with Zurie's Garlic-Butter Bread for Soups or Barbecues Made In Memory of Zurie's husband, Gideon. God Bless.
Utterly yummy!! Really easy to make, and true comfort food on a rainy gray day. I used sweet potatoes, onions and a mix of romanesco, green beans and yellow and orange carrots. The measurements are just absolutely perfect, I didn't change a thing (except using gluten free flour). Thanks for sharing!<br/>Made for the Cook-a-thon in Memory of Gideon.
Wonderful!!! So much like the stew I grew up eating and yet so different, one of the many but very tasty differences was the use of sweet potatoes instead of white potato. The use of red wine is something my mother always did when making stew and I think is a major must when making full bodied stew. Think I am going to try this with beef also. Thanks for the tasty post.
Great recipe! My husband nearly expired with happiness, he liked it so much. I seasoned with rosemary and Italian parsley which was perfect. Only added a little salt, the Worcester sauce adds a lot of salt by itself.
A terrific recipe - this is a template that you can adapt to make use of whatever you have around. I had about 2 1/4 lbs of bone-in lamb, potatoes, carrots, onions. Used tomatoes from my garden instead of tinned. Added thyme, a bay leaf, only about 1 tsp of salt. Had fresh baked pide to sop up the yummy gravy. I am almost looking forward to going to work tomorrow to make everyone jealous about my lunch!