Mom's Beef Stew is a wonderful dinner, full of simple ingredients to give a burst of flavor. Easy to make, and suitable for stovetop or slow cooker. This recipe has incredible flavor and is full of goodness.
It's got some wonderful ingredients and herbs & spices and is a very easy stew to make.
Thom has shared this recipe and it's a huge family hit! Of course, you can also choose to swap some of the ingredients for your own family favorites, and still enjoy! It's an old fashioned family recipe that's for sure!
The beauty about making Mom's beef Stew is that you can make up a big batch and freeze in portions, or if you are feeding a family, then serve this with some lovely Aloha Bread Rolls, or perhaps some Creamy Cheesy Mashed Potatoes.
This recipe is absolutely bursting with flavor and so easy to prepare. You have the option of making on the stovetop, or if you wanted, you could prepare the night before and just switch on your slow cooker before you go to work in the morning. So let's see what goes in this delicious beef stew.
5 hours. (This can also be done in a Crock Pot, 5 hrs LOW)
4 - 6
2 lbs / 1 kg beef ribeye steaks (any cheap cut is also good) 1 can blackeye peas 1 can pinto beans 1 can black beans ½ cup / 225 g peas ½ cup /225 g carrot chips 7 red potatoes cut in 1/4's 16 oz / 450 g can chopped tomatoes 8 oz / 225 g tomato paste 4 -5 stalks celery ¼ tsp each of black pepper, celery salt, basil, thyme, accent. 1 beef boullion cube ½ Stick butter 3 quarts / 3 litres of boiling water Celery Salt
1. Cut beef into bite-size pieces and brown in a pan.
2. Add water to the pan with all the ingredients. I use a 5 qt pot which I fill up 3/4 of the way.
3. Cook for 5 hours on the stovetop or in a crockpot or multi-cooker on low
4. Serve on its own or with a bread roll, mashed potatoes or rice. It's delicious!
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