Recipe by sandra470
"A melt in the mouth meal guests ask for again and again. So easy to make ."
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lean beef chuck, trimmed and cut into 1 inch cubes
green bell pepper, chopped
carrots, peeled and sliced
fresh lemon juice
salt to taste
freshly ground pepper, to taste
My family and I thought this recipe was delicious. I added a little garlic but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. To eliminate extra pans, I sauteed the meat and veggies in a dutch oven on the stove and then poured the sauce over and put it in the oven. After 2 hours, the meat was very tender. Will definitely make again.
I served on rice and cooked in a crock pot. No one in my family was too excited about this dish. The sauce was really runny...more like a broth. Flavor was just OK. Won't make again.
Very tasty. I was looking for a way to use up some stew beef I had in the freezer but didn't want to make that potatoes and carrots gravy type stew during the heat of summer. I followed the recipe almost to a tee except I didn't brown the meat and cooked it in the slow cooker, used sherry for half the water amount, used bottled lemon juice, and added the pineapple as other reviewers had suggested. I also added some cornstarch towards the end to thicken the sauce a bit. I will definetly make this again. But be warned these surprisingly small amounts of honey, lemon juice, mustard and ketchup do make for a subtle sweet and sour, oriental type sauce and it isn't at all what you expect for "stew". Next time I think I will dust the meat with flour or cornstarch. Yes, serve with rice, set the places with chopsticks and pass the soy sauce. Tell hubby it's "pepper steak" and forget the word "stew".
This has become a new favorite at our house. It is easy, and perfect for gloomy winter days. It's great served over steamed rice.
I usually wait to add the green pepper until near the end of cooking, to prevent it from getting too soft.
This is in the oven right now; based on the good aroma I'd say that this is going to taste like a "5". I plan to serve it tomorrow over brown rice. Update: I doubled the sauce ingredients and left the stew uncovered for about 20 mins - that was enough to thicken it to a very nice stew-y consistency. Definitely a keeper recipe for stew that's a little different than the usual.
This is one excellent recipe.
I browned the meat and then instead of baking it, I put it into my slow cooker, and put 2 T. of instant tapioca into the sauce which then thickened as it was slow cooking. I added the chopped green pepper about 1/2 before serving. This way the pepper was not mush. My husband loved this recipe, as did my elderly mother. I served it with rice, but think it would go good with Yuca. I did add 2 cloves of garlic, as I felt it was missing something. The sauce was excellent and enough. I think if you bake it, there may not be enough gravy.
It's a Keeper.
I loved the sweet and sour taste of this. I didn't have any lemon juice on hand, so I substituted it for pure malt vinegar. Next time I think I might add pieces of pineapple to this.
i thoughtit was a great dish i did make a few changes though i added garlic and ginger to the meat when i browned it off. i also used brown mustard to give it a little spice.but otherwise thought it was great
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honeyed Beef Stew
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 679
** Calories from Fat: 429
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