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Oven Baked Pork Stew

A delicious change from the typical beef stew. Serve with crusty french bread slices. Wonderful, thick, filling meal for a cold day.

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  • Brown meat half at a time in hot oil.
  • Stir flour into drippings left in the pan.
  • Stir in undrained tomatoes, garlic, bay leaf, sugar, bouillon, thyme, oregano, hot sauce, water and salt.
  • Cook and stir until thick and bubbly.
  • Combine meat, sweet potatoes, onion, and green pepper in a 3 qt casserole dish.
  • Stir in tomato mixture.
  • Bake, covered in a 350°F oven for about 1 1/2 hours or until meat and veggies are tender, stirring occasionally.
  • Remove bay leaf.
  • Stir in peas.
  • Bake 5 to 10 minutes more.
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  1. Crazycook in PA
    Very good especially the next day. I put everything but the sweet potatoes and peas in my pressure cooker for 12 minutes. I then added the potatoes for another 3 minutes and then threw some canned peas in and heated them up. I added red bell pepper instead of green and I didn't add the beef bouillon since I didn't have any but I don't think it mattered as for as taste. This was really good with cornbread!
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  2. Crazycook in PA
    Very good especially the next day. I put everything but the sweet potatoes and peas in my pressure cooker for 12 minutes. I then added the potatoes for another 3 minutes and then threw some canned peas in and heated them up. I added red bell pepper instead of green and I didn't add the beef bouillon since I didn't have any but I don't think it mattered as for as taste. This was really good with cornbread!
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  3. KJVDT
    We have made this often over the years. To combat the over cooked sweets and have tender pork is really quite easy. Cook the stew less the sweets for a half hour or so, then stir in the sweets and cook for another hour. Tender pork and just right sweets!
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  4. Greatfull
    This stew was a very pleasant surprise. I didn't have green peppers, so left those out. I only baked the stew for 1 hour as the sweet potatoes were turning to mush. However, the pork could have used a bit more time. I think next time I'll cut the potatoes into larger chunks so they'll make it for the full 1-1/2 hour cook time. The flavors were wonderful and we all wished there had been leftovers. Next time I'll double the recipe. Thanks, Karen, for a nice change of pace!
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  5. JGY6151
    It was good, especially with the rice as others suggested. I thought the 1 1/2 hour cook time was just perfect.
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