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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:
2/29/2008
This beef stew is wonderful. The Good Seasons dressing mix ( I used the Italian ) made all the difference.
posted:
2/28/2008
Loved it,has great flavor & color
posted:
2/21/2008
Possibly the best beef stew I have ever had. Great taste with lots of flavor and very easy to make.
posted:
2/10/2008
Very, very good, Great stew!
posted:
2/8/2008
This is an amazing cold night stew! My fiance isn't big on stews but he actually requested this one tonight! I can't wait to make it again
posted:
1/30/2008
It was a very bland dish. Not one of us cared for it. The leftovers got tossed out.
posted:
1/30/2008
I liked it, but my husband don't like it at all. He asked me not to make it again, so I wont make it again.
posted:
1/24/2008
I couldn't beleive the wonderful flavor. If you count the carbs just alternate the potatoes and noodles. This is also great for make ahead company.
posted:
1/15/2008
Can you say Yum!? I added spices to the flour and 5 minutes before serving, added the bow-tie noodles I made to the entire pot. I also used baby carrots and more potatoes. I have 2 teen boys and a husband, and everyone was stuffed! I served it with garlic toast. This will definitely be a staple recipe in our house!
posted:
1/13/2008
I was a little nervous about this, but holy cow were we surprised! After reading every one of the comments, I made a couple changes, a little more meat and potatoes than called for, celery, bay leaf, a little fresh garlic, Italian seasoned tomatoes, I also seasoned the flour with season salt and garlic pepper (grinder). It seems like a lot of adjustments, but its not. The cook time was a little longer for the potatoes, but it was worth the wait. I didn't serve with noodles, but made cheddar drop biscuits and salad instead. This is will be a winter add in for our meal plans. Our company couldn't believe the meat wasn't cooked in a slow cooker, very tender. No leftovers were left! :)
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