Slow Cooker Beef Vegetable Stew
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 6-1/2 hours
Makes8 servings (3 quarts)
This was easy to make an delicious.
Very Good! I didn't use the browning sauce because I didn't have any. My roast was a little over 2 pounds but I used it all anyway, I couldn't find a smaller one. I had shredded carrots that I wanted to use up so I replace them with baby carrots. I prepared it in the crock pot the night before and turned it on before I left in the morning. An easy and delicious dinner!
This is my family's favorite beef stew recipe. It is easy to make, and delicious!
This stew is delicious!! I do recommend seasoning the beef and searing it hot oil on the stove. I also season the potato before putting in the stew. I used garlic, montreal seasoning, parsley, and a little paprika.
This tastes great. I didn't have any beef bouillon granules so I used Caldo de Res (Knorr product) and eliminated the salt. My guests gobbled it up!
Made this yesterday! Tasted as good as it smelled. I did coat meat with flour
Mixed in extra plain flour and let thicken for 10 more minutes as the cornflour mix didn't really make it much thicker, but definitely cooking again, everyone loved it
perfect taste. Wish it was a little thicker. May increase the corn starch next time.
I made the recipe as written except I did not thicken it because I wanted it to be more soup like than stew like. It was very good, and my man friend gave me some serious compliments. Next time, and there will definitely be a next time, I will try thickening for a different dinner. I am sure it will be good that way, too. Thanks for the recipe!
This was really good. I did not have granules, so I dissolved 2 beef cubes in 2 cups very hot water (eliminating ONE cup of water). I purchased already cut beef (it was in small strips, it was actually cheaper than buying it whole - saved me some work). Also did not use the browning sauce (not sure what this was). Probably added more carrots and celery than it asked for (just threw it in, did not measure). Cooked on low for 1.5 hour, cooked on high for 3 hours, then placed on keep warm setting for 1.5 hours (thickened up wonderfully on its own by just sitting there), added the cornstarch mixed with cold water and peas (continued on warm setting for 30 minutes) until hubby got home (still so hot had to put in bowls and allow to sit before we could eat). Great flavor, items were not too mushy , everything held its shape. Its a keeper, WILL MAKE AGAIN.