- 3 pounds boneless beef chuck (cut to 1 inch cubes)
- 5 medium carrots (sliced)
- 1 pound baby potatoes
- 1 white onion (small, diced)
- 3 cloves garlic (minced)
- 3 cups beef broth
- 1/2 cup tomato sauce
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning
- 1/4 cup flour
- 2 cups frozen peas
|Calories150Calories from Fat4.5|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Massimiliano G. a month ago
It turned out great and was wasy to follow. I just added a little bit of parsley to add some flavor.
Liz Haddox a month ago
i did brown the beef on the grill and left out the onion and peas. it was very good my family loved it and I will make again
Kaye Durbridge a month ago
So easy to make an so tasty
Donna a month ago
Was a wonderful hearty dish on a rainy day , definitely a great comfort food
Oldham a month ago
Wonderful recipe! I like to add frozen corn and green beans too. My boys love serving it over mashed potatoes.
Aria a month ago
Came out really good. My family loved it too!
michael lewandowski 2 months ago
Liked it and will make it again
April 2 months ago
My family loved it, which is saying a lot!
Eileen 2 months ago
I enjoyed this very much. Minor substitutions that I made was to cut back the beef broth to 2 1/2 cups and add 1/2 cup of red cooking wine that I had on hand and I wanted to get rid of. Also, I did not feel like buying a can of tomato sauce only to use a half a cup so I used some bottled, Pomodoro sauce that I had on hand. If there is one minor improvement I would make I would probably add a bit more flour at the end for thickening the liquid. I like a very thick stew and this was not quite there but other than that, wonderful.
SeasonedHomeCook 2 months ago
Great! Loved it! Will definitely make again
Chloe 2 months ago
Really yummy! Serve with fresh bread :)
Meagan du Plessis 2 months ago
Delicious! A new family fav.
julie 2 months ago
a bit challenging for me but it was super hearty and delicious. i would add a bit of oregano or dried parsley to the broth next time.
Cass 3 months ago
Put everything in the Crock-Pot this morning before heading to work. Used 4 cups Beef broth and extra carrots. Also swapped out the potatoes for Yukon Gold that I had on hand - cut up in bite size chunks with the skin left on the spuds. Came home and used some Wondra flour to thicken the stew then ladled into a few bowls. Wonderful! Everyone loved it. Will definitely be fixing this recipe again!
Kennedy C. 3 months ago
I made this for dinner and my family loved it. I substituted soy sauce for Worcestershire sauce because I didn’t have any. I substituted frozen peas for a mix of frozen peas carrots and corn. Also served over rice. Will definitely make again!
Dean Hiller 3 months ago
didn't add flour. Catalina wants less meat for next time. and she wants celery instead of potatoes. overall, I personally like it. oh, and i used canned peas not frozen (i don't like frozen veggies) and i used 4 cups beef broth so i didn't have leftovers.
Evangeline Dalaya 3 months ago
This stew was great. I followed it loosely by using a red onion, using more tomato sauce, 900ml of beef stock, and cooking in the pressure cooker instead of a slow cook. The whole family enjoyed it!
Jim C. 3 months ago
Best beef stew I've had in quite a while. I used the full 4 cups of beef broth (as that is the normal size in stores) without additional modification to the recipe.
Linda Price 4 months ago
wonderful! very tasty. I only used half of the flour so the broth wouldn't be to thick.
Boy Mom (x2) 4 months ago
SOOOO GOOD! Best beef stew I’ve ever had! I had 5 garlic bulbs instead of 3 because I love me some garlic!
Laura Topolovich 4 months ago
Pretty good! Needed a bit more flavor but that was probably my fault for choosing low sodium broth. Very yummy though!
Connor Carlbom 4 months ago
Pretty good basic stew, but would recommend finding your own way to spice it up
Robin 4 months ago
Made this tonight for dinner was very tasty but had too much Italian seasoning. Next time I make it I won’t be putting that much in
Debi L. 4 months ago
New family favorite!
Sheri Roaf 4 months ago
My husband said it was the best he's ever had. Fairly easy recipe. Thumbs up!
Chef Tom 4 months ago
So fragrant and tasty. I put it together the night before and plugged in the slow cooker when I left for work. I could smell the aroma of the beef stew in my garage! The taste was just as good as the smell. It will be a dish we make again
Dave H. 4 months ago
very tasty and easy to make it was a hit with everybody in the family
Jennifer P. 4 months ago
I cooked it in my instant pot for an hour and a half and it turned out awesome.
Ruben 4 months ago
Tender chunks of Chuck Roast, flavorful and pretty simple to prepare and cook. I tasted the broth after several hours of cooking and adjusted the seasoning to my preference. It is the perfect dish on a cold winter day. Definitely comfort food!
Dawn 5 months ago
Yum! It’s just my husband and me, so I like to make meals that are adaptable. I made this as (1) a roast tonight, (2) beef stew to make tomorrow - cut up the veggies and most of the beef and stored the juice separately after dinner, and (3) sandwiches for lunch - shredded the rest of the beef. I used one can of veggie broth for the roast, and will add peas and a little flour to thicken for the stew tomorrow, and then use a little horseradish sauce for the sandwiches. This was a really easy recipe for the flavor and versatility. We will definitely be smelling up the house again with this slow cooker gem!