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This is just packed with vegetables. It's very tasty. I replaced the water with beef broth to make it even richer. We had it for lunch 2 days in a row. I think it was even better the second day. You can't beat this if you're looking for a good low calorie meal.
nummie, made it in crock pot and added some parboiled chopped cabbage. Thanks for sharing.
this was pretty good stew. next time i'll add more seasonings to kick the flavor up some.
I made this soup last night and while it was good I thought it was a little bland. I only had a 46 oz bottle of V8 so i added another cup of water and i ended up adding about 5 teaspoons of beef base. Instead of the frozen veg I used a small can of green beans and added some chopped celery and green pepper. I also added some garlic powder and worcestershire sauce. After the changes we all really liked it. Thanks for posting!
Good and easy to make. I followed the recipe other then I used canned diced potatoes, and a can of carrots, green beans and two cans of corn. I also used beef broth instead of water. We all enjoyed this.
Very good and easy. I used dehydrated chopped onion, 1 can carrot slices, and 1 can sliced potatoes. I used the canned veggie liquid as part of my 2 cups of water. I also added a beef boullion cube. Thanks.
My grandmother used to make stew simmilar to this but she never measured or wrote anything down. She now is suffering from dimentia and I cant get the recipe from her. I am so glad that you posted this.
This was just what I was looking for. I already knew I wanted ground beef, mixed veggies with tomato, and beef broth. By adding the soup mix and the three dried herbs as suggested along with 2 C. beef broth instead of water, the soup came out with a very nice flavor. Thank you, chickpea!
Very good and healthy stew. I'm following Weight Watchers and this is 5 points a serving as written. I also substituted V8 juice and added some pepper. Thank you for posting!
Made this for dinner last night and it was a nice change. I did make some changes though to suit our personal tastes. I doubled the potatoes, doubled the meat (hubby said it was too meat poor for his tastes) and instead of tomato juice, I used V8. I also added a bay leaf and a teaspoon of thyme to it. Looks like we'll be having it again for din-din tonight. Looking forward to it already. Next time I make it, I will cut everything in half though - it does make alot, especially for just a couple.