Old-fashioned beef stew (modified)




Old-fashioned beef stew (modified)
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Last updated 10/4/2011 7:46:45 PM. Recipe ID 4952. Report a problem with this recipe.


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      Title: Old-fashioned beef stew (modified)
 Categories: Economical, Low-fat, Main dish	
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
      1 lb Stew beef
      2 tb Flour
      2 ts Oil
      3 c  Yellow onions; sliced
      3 c  Mushrooms; sliced
      2    Cloves garlic; minced
    1/8 c  Tomato paste
      2 c  Beef broth
      1 ds Desired spices
      3 c  Sliced carrots
      3 c  Russet potatoes; sliced
      1 c  Green beans; 1-inch pieces
      1 tb Cornstarch
      1 tb Cold water
 
  1.  In small bowl, toss beef with flour to coat.  In large pot over
  med, saute beef in oil 6 mins until browned.  Remove and set aside.
  
  2.  Add onions and mushrooms to pot and saute for 6 mins.  Add garlic
  and saute for 1 min.  Return beef to pot.  Add tomato paste, then
  broth, and enough water just to cover.  Season with spices as
  desired. Bring to boil, reduce heat, and simmer 1 hr until beef is
  tender.
  
  3.  Add vegetables.  Cover partially and simmer 45 mins until
  vegetables are tender.
  
  4.  In small bowl, mix cornstarch and water and stir into stew.
  Increase heat and boil uncovered for 1 min.
  
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  Per serving:
      247    calories, 5g fat (18% CFF)
       89 mg sodium, 45mg cholest.
       20 g  protein
  
  For us - lasted 6 main servings and 1 lunch serving.
  
  Contributor:  "Healthy Meals in Minutes" cards Preparation Time: 02:15
 




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Recipe ID 4952 (Apr 03, 2005)


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