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Irish Beef Stew

Irish Beef Stew recipe
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Hearty vegetables and a gentle simmer add depth of flavor to this classic Irish Beef Stew. Serve over noodles and enjoy.
30 min
1 hr 30 min
8 servings
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excellant!!!! everyone loved it & so easy to make .
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!
I agree that its missing something. We just didn't like the flavor. I wouldn't make it again.
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.
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.
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.
I added a can of drained corn and a can of drained green beans.
We both LOVED it! It turned out better than anything else I have ever made! I couldn't believe it turned out soo yummy!
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! =)
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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