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Irish Beef Stew

Irish Beef Stew recipe
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Hearty ingredients and a slow simmer add depth of flavor to this classic stew. Our version is not only satisfying but can help keep your healthy eating plan on track.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr 30 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
3/17/2004
I made this for St Patrick's Day last year and everyone loved it. When I seen the holiday approaching on the calendar this year I knew I had to make it again. It's now our St Patty's Day tradition!
posted:
3/15/2004
This recipe was delicious. My husband kept saying over and over how good it was. He even showed me how clean his bowl was when he finished. I added garlic powder to the flour before I coated the meat, and added more when I added the broth and tomatoes for more zip. We preferred it served with bread instead of noodles.
posted:
3/14/2004
This was absolutely fabulous! I can't wait to make it again. My fiance and I loved it, it tasted just like the stew my grandmother used to make, and its so simple!
posted:
3/12/2004
This one was great. My 8 month old granddaughter loved the broth. The rest of us finished it off in record time. This will be the only beef stew recipe in my recipe box. The others went in the garbage.
posted:
3/6/2004
Very easy and tasty
posted:
3/4/2004
having visited Ireland I like the recipe which was made in Dublins rest Flanagans it was made with chicken broth was not as heavy as this one, or a light broth which I asume was chicken it was tasty and not so filling as this one thank You
posted:
3/4/2004
It didn't make me feel any more Irish than I already am, but it was simply delicious. My wife gave me high compliments and darn, I forgot to tell her it was from Kraft Kitchens. Yeah right!! I left out the noodles, not too Irish to me, and served it on Garlic buttered Irish toast. Thank you very much.
posted:
3/4/2004
Scandalised that youwould serve noodles - not very Irish! Leave out the tomatoes, use fresh herbs and serve with floury potatoes or ....frshly made flour & herb dumplings - devine.
posted:
3/3/2004
I serve with buttered bread not noodles.
posted:
3/3/2004
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