Hello Every body ! I am Happy to share a delicious and hearty meal for a good friend, Zelda This Scottish Stew is for your Family Reunion and I hope that You and your Family will enjoy as much as my family did...
Please say Hi from me to all the Family as You serve this Stew and enjoy!
I hope You all enjoy as well!!!
Fireman Bob :)
serves12 to 14
prep time15 Min
cook time3 Hr
methodSlow Cooker Crock Pot
stewing beef - coursely chopped
rib eye steak - coursely chopped
butter - room temperature
seasoned flour - made with the fennel seeds and thyme
fennel seeds - crushred
fresh thyme - coursely chopped
crushed red pepper flakes - or to taste
white onion - coursely chopped
carrots - coursely chopped
turnip - coursely chopped
parsnips - coursely chopped
button mushrooms - cut in half
course sea salt or to taste
fresh cracked black pepper or to taste
beef bouillon cubes
small srings of rosemary for garnish
How To Make
Ask your meat man to cut up beef for stew. ( I use a good Flank Steak, cooking time allows to get tender. )
Roll pieces of stew meat and rib eye in the seasoned flour.
Place Floured meat in a hot Skillet with the butter and allow to brown.
Add the chopped onion, carrots, red pepper flakes, and turnips. Add the Worcestershire sauce, Cook on medium until softened.
Place the browned meat into a Large Dutch Oven, add the vegetables and cook till they are softened.
Dissolve beef bouillon cubes in water.
Pour the bouillon/water mixture in with the stew/ stew.
Add Mushrooms to Dutch Oven.
Season with salt and pepper.
Slow cook in oven at 295 degrees, and until beef is tender for 2 to 3 hours.
Stir every 20 to 30 minutes and keep enough water to keep the gravy to your liking.
Serve with a Potato Bread. Garnish with srings of rosemary.
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