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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.
30 min
1 hr 30 min
8 servings
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This beef stew is wonderful. The Good Seasons dressing mix ( I used the Italian ) made all the difference.
Loved it,has great flavor & color
Possibly the best beef stew I have ever had. Great taste with lots of flavor and very easy to make.
Very, very good, Great stew!
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
It was a very bland dish. Not one of us cared for it. The leftovers got tossed out.
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.
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.
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!
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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