I love this recipe, I used chicken and chicken broth instead of beef and it was delicious!
I found this a bit sweet and my husband that eats anything didnt eat the sauce. I did everything by the book and only added 1/4 tsp sugar .He thought I put ketchup in it.I am sorry I wish I could give it a 5 I made this for ZWT5 for the Cooks with Dirty faces.
It's edible is about the most positive thing I can say about this stew. I know a lot of people on this site really liked it but neither I nor anyone in my family really cared for the flavor. I won't be make this recipe again. :-(
I found this recipe very versatile as I did not have a few of the ingredients on hand and substituted veggies and added other spices to it. I used 2.5 lb of london broil and followed the cooking times to a T- came out perfect!!! Thankyou ever so much for a keeper!! (This was my first time. making beef stew.)
Here is a great hearty stew with lots of great flavors, and one that my family and I really enjoyed. We sopped up the gravy with Shirley's Homemade Biscuits, that we had on the side. We will make this often this winter when the weather is cold and we want something to warm our tummies! Great stew Wildflour!
my family and i enjoyed this. next time we'll omit the corn..just our preference. thanks for sharing a great stew recipe!
This was great! It was very easy to make. Everybody liked it. Thanks for posting! :-)
I cannot use this recipe!Far too much sodium!
I wanted to make a good stew for my grandmother who's sick with the cold right now. This turned out very very good! The meat was really tender and my grandmother loved it! If I could phisically eat the entire pot I would, still have plenty of leftovers for tomorrow YUM! I didn't have the stewed tomatoes so used fresh ones and added an extra 2 cups water. I substutited the Crisco for olive oil and 2 garlic cloves for the garlic powder. Didn't have pepper flakes so added black pepper and extra pinch of chili powder to compensate. I added a small can of peas, 3/4 cup celery, 1 small can of green beans, and only used one large onion. This is really really good and easy will be making it over and over again. Thank you Wildflour!!
I made this last night wanting something warm as the colder weather is here in NY. Your picture sold me!! I did cut back on the red pepper flakes using 1/8 tsp. because I have one here who doesn't do spicy. I omitted the corn, again due to one not able to eat corn. Next time I will increase the red pepper flakes. We all agreed it needed more spicing up. I will also add the corn to bowls for use who can eat it. Otherwise this is now in the keeper file! Thank you for sharing your recipe! I`ll be making another batch to freeze so I have it on hand and ready to re-heat.