No need for extra equipment (like a slow cooker) for these recipes: cook your stew the old-fashioned way, on the stovetop.
A quick, easy, warm stew that is ready in 30 minutes. Depending on how mild or hot you would like your stew you can substitute Rotel(R) for mild, medium, or hot and regular ranch style beans for ranch style beans with jalapenos.
A BBQ spicy chili with lots of beans and meat. Just brown the meat, add the rest, and simmer!
In a hurry or running late this quick and hearty dish is the answer. Convert 1 lb. of hamburger and 3 or 4 cans of vegetables into dinner in about 40 minutes.
I worked at a hotel on the Kinneret in Israel, where we made this recipe for every Sabbath. As there are few ingredients, use the best quality you can, especially for the beef stock. If possible use homemade or organic. As for the beef, use a good quality cheap cut, such as chuck steak. Feel free to add your own touches to this recipe. Sometimes I use venison instead of beef, or add a handful of forest mushrooms. It's a great base to build off of.
As a young bachelor out of college, I did my own cooking and devised inexpensive, hearty meals like this one. Leftovers are great!
This is just a family recipe that I have changed slightly, the flavours are stronger. It is a simple dish with just simple ingredients but you will need a large pot to fit all the ingredients (can be a 1 pot dish if you wish). This dish is an overnight dish. Leaving it overnight in the fridge allows the excess oil/fat from oxtail to float to the top, therefore easily removing them.
With all the can opening you get prepping this recipe, it almost counts as a workout. The payoff? Besides stronger forearms, a chili that cooks up very quick.
A very quick chili, thanks to your trusty food processor or blender. And a very tasty chili, thanks to your trusty bacon.
Chili that's ready fast, with a spice kick from chopped jalapeno peppers.
Up for an adventure? Beef hearts fit the bill. Ask your butcher about them or look for them at your local Asian grocery. This Army recipe is meant to tamp down the strong flavor of the meat. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks
A simple, filling bowl of chili that even the lowest private could make. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
No one likes bland food, and Army privates are no different. This beef stew has a little kick to it, thanks to a coating of cayenne pepper. A great recipe for beginners, try it yourself. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Want stew fast? Follow this great stew recipe. You'll use steak instead of the beef stew chunks you get at the supermarket, because steak is more tender and doesn't need to cook as long to be flavorful.
A quick and easy blend of steak, red wine and mushrooms served over noodles.
Your basic beef stew, with all the favorites--carrots, celery and onions.
An easy beef stew made extra hearty with a dose of filling pasta.
A classic beef stew that you will savor. This stew really satisfies both your hunger and your taste buds, plus it's easy to make and smells so goshdarn good!
This is our family's recipe for Chicken Booya. I have doctored it a little. Serve this at a party in the summer time and you will have a lot of happy people.
This hearty beef stew will put some meat on your bones. The teriyaki marinade adds a nice zest to the flavor of the stew. The meat, potatoes, and carrots all take on great surprising harmony.
Using tomato paste, Italian seasonings and cloves, this is a tasty alternative to traditional beef stew.