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Stew Warms the Soul

May 27, 2019

Cold temperatures cause the need for a belly-filling warm meal for lunch or dinner. Our family loves to throw a few ingredients together into a pot and let it simmer and have a delicious, filling meal. With Oak Barn Beef Stew Meat, which is pre-cut so all you have to do is throw it into the pot, it makes it 10x easier. Here’s how we make it: (via Mom’s advice)

INGREDIENTS:

1-lb Oak Barn Beef Stew Meat

1 can of 28-oz of diced tomatoes

1 can of corn

1 can of green beans

1 can of peas

1/2 cup Chopped Carrots

1/2 medium onion (chopped)

Salt & Pepper

2-3 Shakes Worcester Sauce (As I said, mom’s descriptions :) )

1/3 Cup Red Wine

Crock Pot (You can also use a pot on the stove- we prefer a crock pot!)

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Add stew meat first, salt & pepper A LOT.

  2. Combine vegetables, Worcester Sauce and Red Wine. Salt & Pepper again.

  3. Leave on medium heat for 5-6 hours (The crock pot setting we use is “8”)

That’s it. Dinner is done, and you have one heck of a delicious dish for dinner and maybe leftovers for tomorrow. Comment your thoughts on this recipe-




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