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Slow-Cooker BBQ Beef Stew

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time
prep:
20 min
total:
7 hr 35 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 1-1/4 cups each
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posted:
1/11/2007
I would definitely make this recipe again, but I deviated a little from the original recipe based on some of the other comments. I added a can of beef stock to increase the broth and I used a little liquid smoke and some sherry to add some depth of flavor instead of the instant coffee. I also used Yukon gold potatoes instead of the red potatoes. I was very happy with the results.
posted:
1/10/2007
Have made this recipe several times. Have always had to add more BBQ sauce as we like it with more sauce, and I have used green beans and peas, today am using mixed veggies instead of just peas. Iusually just use regular potatoes and have quit browning the meat beforehand (too much extra work) and it comes out great. Super easy! Even my picky eater loves it!
posted:
1/8/2007
My 18 yr old daughter fixed this for dinner. She thought it would be hard, but found it wasn't. We put it in our electric roaster instead of a crock pot. It took about 2 hours and she did add water. Turned out so well, her little brother had 3 bowls!
posted:
1/3/2007
This sounded like a good idea, but I was pretty unimpressed with the lackluster results. The flavor was pretty one-dimensional, and unappealing to me. I had to add some fish sauce for some glutamates and some extra salt to round it out a little bit. The coffee just added an unpleasant bitterness that I wished wasn't there. You'd get better results substituting the coffee with a dry sherry and substituting the barbeque sauce with a mixture of italian dressing, worchestershire sauce, and liquid smoke, IMO. I'd also add mushrooms for some natural glutamates.
posted:
12/30/2006
My Family Loved this easy&Very good.Will make this many times again.Ruthy50
posted:
12/29/2006
I was skeptical of the end result when I saw the instant ground coffee granules. That addition & the BBQ sauce gave a smoky rich flavor. Very satisfying. This is a definite keeper.
posted:
12/25/2006
I added frozen corn along with the frozen peas and used more BBQ sauce, but this was absolutely delicious and I'll definitely be making this again.
posted:
12/23/2006
I loved this recipe. I also used liquid smoke instead of coffee and we loved it.
posted:
12/22/2006
You just need to add more liquids. All day I was wonder how in the world would barbeque sauce taste in this recipe. I was so surprised ... It was great.
posted:
12/14/2006
Really nice BBQ flavor in the middle of winter. I added a can of diced tomato, just because we like a saucier stew. Definitely will make this again.
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