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Seriously Simple Beef Stew

Seriously Simple Beef Stew recipe
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Consider it the best of both worlds. Hearty, one-pot beef stew that's just right for a cool night but can also fit into your smart eating plan.
15 min
2 hr 25 min
8 servings, 1 cup each
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little more water when simmering for last hour.
Didn't like at all. If I wasn't expecting it to taste like a traditional beef stew maybe it wouldn't have been so bad but it didn't taste anything like it and the texture wasn't thicker like a stew it seemed more like watery soup
My mother used to make the best beef stew and I didn't know until older that she used a can of cream of tomato soup in it. Now that I've made this, I like the BBQ sauce a lot. Will definitely make this again.
So easy and delicious. I forgot to add the A1 and didn't miss it. I added it to the left overs and I liked it better without. A definite make again.
tasty, i think the A-1 may not be needed! but very good! will make again L:)
If you like traditional beef stew this recipe is not for you. I followed some of the other recommendations by adding the onion soup mix and flour. I only added half the A1 which was still too much. I cooked the veggies for almost 2 hours and they still did not cook all the way. I did not care for the flavor and I would not make this again.
This was very east to make, that was not the problem. I am sure if you like bar-b-que beef stew you will love it. It was not inedible, but I am throwing the copy I make in the trash! Eck!!!!
Thanks for everyone who posted previous reviews. I used several different ideas and I think it turned out great. My husband loved it - he would give it 5 stars. I added 4 Tbsp of flour (I didn't level it off), 1/2 package of onion mix (I had a 1/2 left over from something else - probably would be good with an entire package), and I cut the A1 to 1/8 of a cup. I tasted the A1 but it wasn't overpowering.
This was an easy recipe to fix and tasted good, but I like the old fashioned beef stew better.
if I made this again I would add a package of onion soup mix instead of the A1.
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