Quick and easy dinners are my favorite dinners! Whole30 Beef Stew was born because I had a few extra veggies and stew meat that I needed to use.
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I diced and chopped up my onion, garlic, carrots and celery in the food processor.
Next I added potatoes. I placed the stew meat and spices on top of the potatoes. I topped it off with a jar of peeled and crushed tomatoes. I also added four cups of homemade chicken broth that happened to be frozen, incase you’re wondering what’s in the ziplock bags in the picture above, or what the chicken breast looking items are in the picture below. With that I covered the lid and cooked on high for 4 hours.
The result was a delicious stew ready to eat on a rainy day! I topped the stew with cilantro and served it up! See the bottom of the page for the printable recipe.
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- 1 Onion
- 3 Celery Sticks
- 5 Carrots
- 4 Small Potatoes
- 3 lbs Beef Stew Meat
- 3 Garlic Cloves
- 1.5 Teaspoons Oregano
- 1 teaspoon Parsley
- 1/2 Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper
- 2 Tomatoes, quartered
- 29 oz can Pealed Crushed Tomatoes
- 4 cups Chicken Broth
- Place chopped onion, celery, carrots and quartered potatoes in the crock-pot.
- Add beef strew meat and cover with spices, tomatoes, and chicken broth.
- Cook on high for four hours or low for 8 hours.
- Garnish with Cilantro.
That looks delicious and so easy! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I pinned to try later.
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Just wondering what you had on the last picture? Was your chicken broth frozen?? Does that work better?
Hi Daphny! Yes, it was indeed frozen homemade chicken stock. It’s super easy to do and I believe the link to homemade chicken stock is on there. I freeze it in two cup increments for convenience purposes. Thanks for stopping by!
This was frozen homemade chicken broth that came out of the freezer. Obviously just use what you have, it makes no difference.
Great, thanks!! And I didn’t see a link for the homemade chicken broth but I can look one up!
Definitely going to try this though!!
Sure thing, Daphny! Here’s the link to the recipe I used…
Thanks Tracy!! ☺
*sigh* this didn’t turn out as tasty for me. The only deviation I made, in error, was putting the seasoning in right after the veggies. So, not on too of the meat as instructed. Potatoes weren’t soft, overall flavor wasn’t great.
The recipe doesn’t require it, but was the frozen chicken stock key to the recipe’s success?
My potatoes, carrots, and celery were still raw. Any recommendations on how to fix it? Meat turned out fine.