The Perfect Crock Pot Beef Stew

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This recipe makes the bold claim that is offers The Perfect Crock Pot Beef Stew. That is a large claim. For my money, almost any stew made in a crock pot, is most likely bound to be delicious. That is because of the power of the crock pot to turn any meat, chicken or fish in to some thing that is always fabulous. The long time cooking in the pot under such a low heat allows flavors to develop really fully. So I would expect that this crock pot beef stew is likely fabulous. Just check out the photos of the stew, and you might be immediately convinced that this is the best recipe for stew. It does combine all the classic ingredients.

Stew is a fabulous dish to make, especially in the winter. When you have been out skiing, skating or tobogganing on a cold day in the winter and return home to a hot stew, just about nothing else could taste as good or better. And the ingredients in a typical stew are so good for you. The classic stew including onions, carrots and potatoes, hearkening back to when stew was really a food for the poor. But check out the photos of this stew on the web site, Life in the Loft House, and I think you will agree that this stew is for any one. It is thick and rich and delicious.

This stew is easy enough to make, and baking it in the crock pot ensures that the results will be no less than fabulous. Letting it cook all day means that the meat will be extraordinarily tender and sweet, and the veggies will be perfectly cooked. The combination of carrots, potatoes and onions cooked with the beef is a delicious one, and one that most people will really enjoy. Make this stew as the winter days get colder, and you want to be sure to have some wonderful comfort food on the table for dinner tonight. Keep it book marked and try it soon.

Nutrition Facts for: The Perfect Crock Pot Beef Stew From Life In The Lofthouse
Ingredients: Dry onion soup mix, paprika, lean beef stew, potatoes, carrots, onion, cream of celery soup, ketchup.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 426, Calories from Fat 95, Total Fat 10.5g 16%, Saturated Fat 3.5g 17%, Cholesterol 109mg 36%, Sodium 1552mg 65%, Potassium 1389mg 40%, Carbohydrates 43.5g 15%, Dietary Fiber 5.5g 22%, Sugars 12.3g, Protein 39.1g, Vitamin A 149%, Vitamin C 58%, Calcium 7%,Iron 127%

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