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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:
3/10/2011
So amazing!!!! Such good flavors!
posted:
2/11/2011
I make this for my family ALL THE TIME!! Everyone likes it and it is really easy to make.
posted:
2/8/2011
Wow! I loved this stew! It was my first time making my own stew and the recipe was very easy to follow, and cooking it was very simple as well! I didn't even mind chopping up all the ingredients. It made my house smell soo good. I ate every bit of my leftovers too.
posted:
12/16/2010
My family LOVES this stew. It's a bit time consuming to cut everything up, but I do it the night before and it's easy street to throw it all together. I've made this recipe at least 6 times now and never once has it ever turned out anything less then excellent! It's the only thing I've ever found that my entire family can agree on - even my grandparents!
posted:
10/4/2010
This is a great recipe I have been making for a couple years now and its a hit everytime. I make it a lot thicker, more stew like, then the picture shows and do not serve it over noodles. I usually just pair with bread and butter and like i said its a lot thicker of a stew. I follow the recipe pretty much to a T. I prefer to use red onion but that is just preference. I also ADD a bottle of beer and a little extra flour if needed to thicken at the end. I have made it with guiness, sam adams oktoberfest, magic hat #9 and Killians, on different occasions, depending on the season determines which beer I use. :) All in all great recipe and very flavorful. Oh I also add a lil salt n cracked peppercorn to taste. Makes a lot and is even better the next day!!!!
posted:
3/26/2010
Made this recipe at home for my family. Everyone thought is was delicious. Cornbread and coleslaw went well with it
posted:
3/23/2010
I absolutely love this dish. I did season the meat with a little s & p, but it really didn't need it. It was truly delicious. The liquid was a bit too runny for me so I thickened it up with a bit of cornstarch, I also left out the noodles because then it's not Irish. I didn't think my kids would like it but they loved it. This is how I'm going to make my beef stew from now on.
posted:
3/17/2010
Everyone was pleased with this dish! I added celery and cabbage which gave it a true Irish flavor...also bay leaf, thyme and a tat of garlic. YUM!!
posted:
2/22/2010
Very easy recipe to make. I used Venison in place of beef. The flavor was very good.
posted:
1/10/2010
This is also very wonderful with deer round steak. I added mushrooms as well when I heated the onion in the dutch oven.
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