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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:
12/30/2009
excellant!!!! everyone loved it & so easy to make .
posted:
11/28/2009
Used the base of this recipe, without the noodles, and added in beef bullion, celery, canned green beans, some basil, bay leaves, and a tablespoon of coffee. It was out of this world. I've been looking to make a good Irish stew for years and I always mess it up. This way, I took the fantastic base, and the knowledge I'd gained and made something restaurant-worthy!
posted:
11/16/2009
I agree that its missing something. We just didn't like the flavor. I wouldn't make it again.
posted:
11/15/2009
This reminded me of a stew that my dad made when I was little. It took longer for me to make than the recipe stated, but it was worth it.
posted:
11/15/2009
We love this recipe! This is my first choice to make when the weather turns cooler. One thing I do is add the veggies at the beginning of the cook time to make sure they're extra tender.
posted:
10/26/2009
The recipe was delicious and easy to make. I could not find the garlic and herb seasoning packet so I used Italian. I added some extra onion powder, garlic salt, and paprika when I added the vegetables in. It was the perfect amount of cook time - all of the meat and veggies were tender.
posted:
10/5/2009
I added a can of drained corn and a can of drained green beans.
posted:
10/1/2009
We both LOVED it! It turned out better than anything else I have ever made! I couldn't believe it turned out soo yummy!
posted:
9/17/2009
Actualy I came upon this recipe by talking to another lady who was at the butcher shop. I love this recipe, it was soo easy to make. And the wonderful smell filled the whole house. I took advice from other reviews and added corn and green beans, to add more color and heartiness. This was a perfect stew for a cool rainy day. I will be makeing this recipe many times this fall/winter season! =)
posted:
8/21/2009
Superb BASE of stew. What I mean, is that its a great basic stew. After reading everyone else's reviews here, I did add between 45-60 min extra of cook time. I never thought a stew could be finished at an hour and half, but I guess that's up to your preference. I like it tender, so I didn't add the potatoes and carrots until I knew that the meat already began to become very tender. I cooked the veggies until tender, tasted, and found the base to be very bland. Nothing that a few spices couldn't change though! :) I added two cloves of garlic (grated on a cheese grater), season salt, garlic powder, italian seasoning, and to add some heat, I added a dash of chili powder, and ground crush red peppers (grounded them myself). DELICIOUS. I have never had a stew better. I do like my vegetables though, and I did find the stew to be a little too simple with the ingredients, so I added peas and corn to make it chunkier and heartier. Next time I will probably add green beans and corn instead. I'm
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