Mince Beef Stew

This is a recipe that my Mum used to make when we were kids. Lovely in the winter or when you're feeling under the weather. Serve it with baked potatoes or mash for a real comfort dinner.

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  • With a food processor with the grater attachment, grate the carrots, swede and onions.
  • Put everything except the bay leaves and water into a large pan and heat, stirring, until the meat is browned.
  • Add a teaspoon of salt, a sprinkle of black pepper, the bay leaves and enough water to stop it sticking to the pan (depends on how much water is in the beef).
  • Simmer for 45 minutes, checking occasionally that it is not sticking, and topping up with water if necessary.
  • Taste and adjust seasoning as required.
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"This is a recipe that my Mum used to make when we were kids. Lovely in the winter or when you're feeling under the weather. Serve it with baked potatoes or mash for a real comfort dinner."
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  1. Catherine Robson
    Another good recipe! Very similar to a dish called savoury mince here in Australia. My family enjoyed this very much. I only made a 1/2 recipe & was plenty to go around. I served on top of a big bowlful of steamed veg...really good! 2nd of 3 recipes reviewed for PAC 2010
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  2. Snowbunny Andorra
    This is a recipe that my Mum used to make when we were kids. Lovely in the winter or when you're feeling under the weather. Serve it with baked potatoes or mash for a real comfort dinner.
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