By bmcnichol on October 16, 2007
Photo by I'mPat
Photo by I'mPat
"I have been making this for years. Something quick, easy and good to cook up in the crockpot."
Serving Size: 1 (362 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I used red bell peppers cause that's what I got. I used seasoning salt. Instead of crushed tomatoes, I used a leftover of tomato sauce. I used fresh mushrooms in quarters. This is so tasty. And after 8 hours, the meat was tender and ready. Thanks Bonnette :) Made for Zaar Star Game."
"We really liked this, a nice comfort food. I used green beans instead of peppers and served with choice of egg noodles and mashed potatoes. Will definately be making again, thank-you!"
"This is so easy and so good! I didn't have any beef stock so used one can of vegetable broth and my can of tomatoes and mushrooms were slightly larger than the ones called for in the directions. I also added 2 carrots to the stew. This makes a lot, so we'll be having this stew for lunches too - I think it will freeze wonderfully! Thanks for sharing this keeper!"
"I used about 1.5K lean gravy beef and had to omit the onion and pepper due to intolerance reasons but used 2 x 190 grams cans of champignons but kept all the other ingredients the same and used the cornflour to thicken the stew towards the end. The meat was beautiful and tender but the taste was just not quite there though will make again but do things a little differently, maybe adding more of other vegies to make a one pot meal. Thank you bmcnichol, made for Name that Ingredient tag game."
"This made a good easy dinner after a very busy day. Made for PRMR."
"This smelled so good when I walked into the house after a hard day at work...I cooked some pasta al dente then added to the crock pot with this recipe....let it cook for about 30 minutes longer and it made the greatest dinner.....leftovers the next day for lunch was even better....thanks for the great recipe."
"I hate to be the damper on this recipe, so many people seemed to love it! It smelled so good while it was cooking, but when I served it for dinner, the taste was "off." I can't put my finger on what it was. I don't know if it was the barbecue sauce I used (Jack Daniels Honey Smokehouse) or something else. My kids ate it without complaint, but my husband gave me a severely grossed out look. I'd love to give this another shot, but I don't think my husband is going to let me go for it. Sorry bmcnichol!"
"Delicious and SO easy. My husband loved it over egg noodles and asked me to fix it again soon!"
"This is one my husband asked me to make many times....thanks for posting"
"Very good - we all enjoyed it. I didn't add mushrooms because I didn't have any. The BBQ sauce added a nice flavor. I used leftovers to make soup."
"Great recipe! I followed the directions exactly and it was delicious. I served it over buttered noodles, but I'm thinking it would be good served over rice as well. This one is going into my favorites. Thanks for posting!"
"We enjoyed this so much! I made exactly as directed, omitting the green pepper as I did not have any on hand. The beef was nice and tender and full of flavor! I served over buttered egg noodles and a side of steamed spinach for a complete and satisfying meal. Thank you, bmcnichol!"
"There's nothing better on a cold evening than a warm stew with meat so tender it just melts. The barbecue sauce added some zip. Loved it!"
"Easy easy easy...and oh so tasty! It's great coming home from work having dinner almost done. I skipped the mushrooms (didn't have any on hand)but otherwise made as directed. Next time I make this, and there will be a next time I'll reduce the beef stock slightly as we prefer a little less gravy. The BBQ sauce adds a subtle sweet flavour to the stew. Served with mashed spuds and green beans it made for a lovely dinner. Reviewed for the 123 wonders game :)"