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French Beef Stew

French Beef Stew

"When it comes to this thick down-home stew, Iola Egle lets her slow cooker do the work. 'Then I simply toss together a green salad and dinner is ready,' she pens from Bella Vista, Arkansas."
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9 h 15 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. Place the potatoes in a greased 5-qt. slow cooker. Top with the beef, carrots, onions and celery. in a bowl, combine the remaining ingredients. Pour over the vegetables. Cover and cook on low for 9-10 hours or until vegetables and beef are tender.

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i would give it 5 stars but that's only because of the few changes that i made. i used beef broth instaid of water and doubled the spices and also added some fresh garlic. i cooked mine on low f...

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Bland. What makes it French? Nothing-- I made it as directed and was very disappointed. With lamb instead of beef, and some nice wine, it could become more French. As is, it's too boring to ...

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i would give it 5 stars but that's only because of the few changes that i made. i used beef broth instaid of water and doubled the spices and also added some fresh garlic. i cooked mine on low f...

I altered the recipe so it's difficult to rate the recipe as it's written. However, it's too basic to warrant a 5 star rating. I added a cup of cabernet sauvignon, several dashes of chipotle h...

This recipe is great. Wonderful with a good french bread. I forgot the Tapioca and added flour and water at the end. It was no where near thick enough before I did that. I added leeks and a ...

this was fantastic. didn't use tapioca. added a splash of wine and worcestershire. plugged it in overnight. turned it off the next morning. waited until dinner time for the flavors to meld...del...

My husband wasn't sure he would like this recipe because he hates vegetables. He ate two bowls last night and went on and on (and on) about how much he loved it! Great Recipe, I highly recomme...

Easy, basic, mild, and light stew. Hubby described it as "just stew" but he rated it 5 stars. I think that means that although nothing really stuck out, everything blended well. Insteaed of t...

I loved it! These were my changes 4 cups of water 2 cups of chicken broth. Organic beef cut up to bite size, Worcester sauce, crushed red pepper, minced garlic, and sea salt. Towards the last f...

Bland. What makes it French? Nothing-- I made it as directed and was very disappointed. With lamb instead of beef, and some nice wine, it could become more French. As is, it's too boring to ...

We enjoyed this immensely. There are only two of us, so we had a couple days' leftovers, and they were great, too. I didn't change a thing, and we really liked this recipe. Will definitely ma...

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