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veg were not cooked and beef was tough, don't know what happened, was so annoyed. My first thought is the oven may be on the cool side - no harm in having it 180-200C to start with until the dish is bubbling - then turn it down.
mix cornflour with a little water and stir in stew for last 10 mins Havent tried it myself but i dont think you can go wrong with it Hi, made this for tea tonight but it was thrown in the bin.Add 500g of beef and 2 spoons of plain floor, stir it all together, add 1 tin chopped tomatoes, 2 basil leaves, and a can of guiness. (you cna add any other veg you want - I add potatoes and mushrooms too) Bring to the boil, then simmer on hob for 3 hours or put it in a casserole dish in the oven for 3 hours.Really tasty, just had it for tea with crusty bread actually Jamie Oliver does a really easy beef and ale stew -and I've made it a few times now.If you've a big pan, try it on the hob as it's easier to heat quickly and easier to see/hear when it's bubbling. Potatoes Beef oxo cubes Gravy Yup, 'Mum's recipe' !At that point, it only needs to simmer gently - to avoid it sticking to the base of the pan. Mine's was similar but as we like meat, the 450g pack is ok for us We only use one Oxo - and no 'gravy'; veggies similar but additional a leek, a handful of peas and a handful of sweetcorn. Whatever takes your fancy - you could even add kidney too and some add celery. Mum used to add quite a few spices but I prefer it without. mix cornflour with a little water and stir in stew for last 10 mins Havent tried it myself but i dont think you can go wrong with it My mums recipe.
Ingredients: Diced beef (i used a whole 450g pack but it was far too much for 3 people so half would be fine) Vegetables-I used swede, carrots and a large onion.
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Potatoes Beef oxo cubes Gravy Fry the beef on a medium heat until brown.
Drain the fat and pour over boiling water to make sure all fat is gone.
It's very cheap, and much leaner than the diced beef ( cheaper too if I remember) if you don't mind it thin. Basically one chopped onion Cheap cut of Beef, Cheap Cut of Lamb (I usually used Hough of Beef and Neck of Lamb) - dice the meat Carrots Potatoes Stock or water some bisto powder mixed with water (abt 2 tsp) tsp of garlic powder. It can be just made without stock, garlic and bisto, just a little salt and pepper and its still good the meat and veg make a stock.