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Crock Pot Ground Beef Stew

This is a simple and tasty crock pot recipe that as a wife & mother who works outside the home, I have used frequently to the delight of my family.

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8hrs 10mins
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  • Brown and drain beef.
  • Peel and slice vegetables.
  • Place layers of vegetables in crock pot in order given.
  • Season each layer with salt and pepper.
  • Then place cooked beef in pot.
  • Mix soup with water and pour over all.
  • Cover and cook on low 6-8 hours (cook high 2-4 hours stirring occasionally).
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"This is a simple and tasty crock pot recipe that as a wife & mother who works outside the home, I have used frequently to the delight of my family."
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  1. vosmom2
    I made this according to the recipe except for subbing corn for peas because corn is more popular at our house. I scooped it into insulated mugs and sent it out to my harvesting farmers with some crackers (even though it isn't very liquidy). They loved it and gave it 5 stars. Thanks for sharing it!
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  2. wecipagrad06
    very nice!
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  3. Margie99
    We really liked this but I tweaked it a bit first. I added some beef base and a little extra water. I also added garlic powder and salt and pepper. I didn't use peas, don't like the texture after they have cooked for a while. I added a corn starch slurry at the end to thicken it a bit and we all liked it.
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  4. ARTIST658
    Good stuff! I added some garlic and minced onion to the ground beef - and served it all on rice - hubby approved! Although it was nice, I think I'll tweek a bit next time ... I plan to add a can of diced tomatoes, maybe some corn and/or carrots. Good idea to try to keep the ground beef in substantial sized 'chunks' - as it does break down as it cooks.
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  5. Suzanne Valerie
    I loved this recipe! I had to substitute the tomato soup with crushed tomatoes. This was very easy to make and my boys had seconds. I put a little pecorino romano cheese on it cause I love it! I will definitely make this again..Thanks for a great simple recipe! :)
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