"A quick and easy family favorite for over 30 years in our family. Even the kids enjoy this one !! Serve over hot, fluffy rice." — VICKI HADDY
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onions, peeled and chopped
thinly sliced celery
1 1/2 pounds
beef chuck, trimmed and cut into thin 1 inch slices
ground black pepper
was the 1st time i ever made it and the entire ohana loved it only thing i did diffrent was add 2 cans mushrooms. will use this recipe over and over very easy to make thanks
This is a pretty good meal. I looked at my "fresh" celery and rather than trying to salvage the green parts, I opted to substitute it and the cornstarch with 1 can of condensed cream of celery. I also opted for the nuttier Maggi Seasoning for soy sauce. The broth was fabulous, but somehow it didn't quite marry with the beef. Next time, I'll either follow this recipe verbatum or maybe add the onions at the beginning of the simmering process and modify this review, accordingly.
This dish was really good! Didn't enjoy cutting celery, onions, and beef. I served over rice, as suggested and my family wants it again.
Note: In step 4 of the recipe, I wasn't sure how much water to use. I used the 1 cup of water listed in the recipe for step 2, so I used 2 tsp. for step 4 and it turned out fine.
I have found that some of the best recipes are the simplest. This recipe fits that bill. You can dress it up, or leave it alone, and it still comes out good. Thanks for a good, basic recipe that you can make with ingredients on hand!
Folowed directions, Nothing extra added, Everyone enjoyed the recipe at dinner. I dont usually add reviews. but this was easy and very tasty. I will
cook this often. Thanks Vickie!
Used more beef, pepper to taste, and added some minced garlic and chopped green bell pepper. Served over white rice and this was well recieved by my family. Not complex and lacks depth but very homey, filling, and stick-to-your ribs dinner. Thanks Vicki.
This was OK, nothing special. I probably won't make it again but if I did I would double the meat, there definitely wasn't enough.
yummy.. so good. i didn't have to add the cornstarch. most of the water was gone but it was still good with the little liquid that was left over rice. tomorrow i'm going to try it with pork!! mmm yum!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Skillet Beef and Celery
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 375
** Calories from Fat: 266
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