Mullagian Stew,also Knowen As Hobo Stew. Recipe

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Mullagian stew,also knowen as hobo stew.

Bob Wakeman


this has a lot of ingredients.And cooks slow. But the end is fantastic.
There a lot of ways to make this.But I got this from my DAD.
So I tend to stick with it.

★★★★★ 1 vote
1 Hr 45 Min
4 Hr 40 Min


2 medium
grilled rabbits
1 large
chicken,grilled or smoked
1 lb
each ground dear meat,ground chuck,cooked
1 lb
each zesty italian,and pork sauges.grilled in caseing.
5 clove
1 lb
new potatoes ,cut in4th
1 large
red onion,diced
carrots, sliced
celery ribs,cut up
2 can(s)
tomatoes, and green chillies
1 tsp
each tyme,oregeno,rosemary,parsly
2 can(s)
beef broth
1 can(s)
chicken broth, low salt
1 can(s)
vegetable broth
3 bottle
dark beer
mushrooms your choice
1/2 tsp
each allspice,cummen,
8 slice
bacon, uncooked
2 c
red wine


1You will need 1) 10"cast iron skillet. 2)14" deep cast iron dutch oven.

In the skillet cook bacon till chrisp. Remove from skillet with slotted spoon dry on a paper towl to drain.and crumple
2in the skillet add diced onions,celery,mushrooms,and carrots. saute till tender.remove and set aside.
3In your dutch oven add cut up potatos,then rabbit,then italian saugage,cutup chicken ,then sauges (pork).Add Salt and pepper.add all other ingerdients. Set on med-high heat. bring to aboil. Mix well. set lid on pot. move to med low heat. let simmer for 3-4 hours. Check to reseason. let simmer 35 min more. serve over pasta or rice.

About this Recipe

Regional Style: Italian
Other Tag: Healthy