This recipe is a go to for me! I make it in a million different variations and do it from memory and without fail it's a hit. Warms a tummy on a cold snowy (or in our case rainy) night! I've written the instructions for slow cooker times, but this stew can easily be done on the stove top and cooked for approximately 4 hours on low/med heat.
This recipe is from the Company's Coming Salads Cookbook. It's excellent, and a main stay in our house. I can't eat onions or peppers so this salad is "plain" to many, but I love it. If I'm serving it to company I put the peppers and onions on the side in seperate bowls allowing the guests to add their own. I find this eliminates any problems and it also stops the salad from being drenched in the pepper and onion flavours.
I created this recipe from one I got from a Company's Coming Cookbook. It's been altered and is now perfect. It's quick and simple, make sure to follow the measurements exactly and you're sure to enjoy!
There are recipes everywhere for buns but these take the cake. Anyone can do it, takes a little elbow grease to knead but they are amazing. My Mom shared this recipe with me and it's been in high demand ever since. I use All Purpose flour because it's what's usually on hand but Whole Wheat flour can easily be substituted.
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