Friday, January 23, 2009

Beef Stew


Today was a wet cold rainy wintery day! The perfect day for a steaming bowl of Beef Stew!
John has been asking me for a couple of weeks now to make Beef Stew for dinner, I don't know why I've been putting it off~ maybe because I'm still feeling some morning sickness and some smells and tastes are a little crazy to me! I felt like I had put it off long enough though and it did sound good to eat, so I went ahead and made it, feeling great with the end result!

Beef Stew

2 lbs beef cut into 1/2 squares
1/3 cups flour
4 Tbs bacon grease (can substitute a healthier oil)
1/2 cup finely chopped white or yellow onion
8 cups water
1 Tbs beef bouillion
1 Tbs red wine vinegar (optional)
1 Tbs A1 Steak sauce
1 cup or 1 14ounce can petite diced tomatoes with juice
1 garlic clove
2 tsp Kosher salt
1 tsp fresh ground pepper
1 tsp dried thyme
2 cups potatoes peeled and diced
1 cup frozen petite peas
1 cup carrots sliced
1 cup celery sliced

Heat stew pot to medium high heat with oil. Add chopped onions. Coat beef pieces in flour and add to oil and onions. Brown meat. Add Red wine vinegar, water, beef bouillion, A1 sauce, tomatoes, salt, pepper, thyme, and potatoes. Bring to boil then simmer for about an hour with lid on, then add peas, carrots and celery. Simmer for about another hour. Serve hot with your favorite bread.

3 comments:

SylviaBielefeldt said...

What a yummy picture! mmm......

Anderson Family said...

I find it amusing that you call a warm, sunny, 80 degree weather day cold and wintry. It is so funny to me when I think that other people in other parts of the country actually still have winter at this time of the year. I've been hungry for stew like this but haven't been able to justify it in this weather. It looks delicious!

fairychildheirlooms said...

Oooo Hanne! you make the yummiest looking food!
by the way Heidi, Hanne lives in New Mexico where 80 degree weather is a hot summer day unlike Mesa, AZ where it's considered the perfect weather.... I'm sure that it was more like 30-40 degrees when Hanne made the stew. ;)