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Beef and Onion Stew

Beef and Onion Stew

"Few things can soften winter's bite better than a hearty stew, and this one is guaranteed to tame even the coldest winter day! The recipe has its origins in Germany and is familiar throughout central Missouri - home to many German families. It's great for what I call a 'one-pot' meal."
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1 h 55 m servings
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  1. Dredge meat in flour; brown in butter in a Dutch oven. Add the onion and garlic; cook, stirring occasionally, for 10 minutes. Add broth, vinegar, tomato paste and seasonings. Cover and simmer for 1-1/2 to 2 hours or until meat is tender. Serve over rice or noodles.

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I prepared this exactly as directed. It drives me crazy when people give a good rating to a recipe and then proceed to list all the changes they made!! It was very flavorful and a nice change f...

This was simple and pleased my husband. The chuck roast I used was a little tough so next time I will use a better cut of meat. I cooked this 3 hours and the meat was starting to fall apart in s...

Three days after I prepared this, my 18 year old son who hates onions and rarely eats at home still raves about this recipe! I added carrots and potatoes to make it more "stew-ish" and it was p...

If you don't like onions, look somewhere else for a stew recipe. I like onions! This is a good, easy recipe for a good, hearty stew. I made it as written with no substitutions (used sweet yellow...

I usually do not make anything that does not have a review yet but I decided to try this one. The only thing I left out was the lemon pepper, and it was very good. At first it didn't look like i...

Don't be dismayed by the vinegar and lemon pepper - it's what makes the dish. It was warm and comforting served over buttered egg noodles and oven roasted Brussels sprouts for the side, (On a l...

My husband had 3 helpings! I did make a few changes as I did not have any tomato paste I used tomato sauce instead and 26 oz of beef stock as well as I did not have any apple cider vinegar so I ...

I used one big onion (I can't afford three whole cups right now, I'm on a pretty tight budget), increased the garlic and I did not use the whole amount of salt called for. I served this over but...

You can't even taste the onion! This is so good & easy to make, except it does take time chopping up the onions by hand. The meat was tender & stew was flavorful. This is a keeper recipe.

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