Beef and Cabbage Stew Recipe
Beef, cabbage, and potatoes are simmered in a tomato-based broth for a hearty and warm beef stew.
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This is probably the best beef stew I've made in a long time. My other half rave d about it and wished it made more. We were a bit Leary of the cabbage, but I followed the recipe to the T and we were pleasantly surprised. It's a keeper!
This was delicious. The one substitution I made was using sweet potatoes instead of regular Idaho potatoes. Rave reviews all around - it will definitely be made again soon. Great food for fall/winter!
I've never made a successful stew before but this one turned out great.... The key was to cook the stew meat long and slow to get it tender and to throw your vegetables in during the last cooking hour which for me was at the one and half hour mark. I did make some adjustments but nothing extreme. I used 2 and half pounds stew meat. I used meat tenderizer on the stew while I browned the meat. I added 8 red potatoes since they were already on hand. Added corn. 4 cups of beef unsalted broth. A browning agent. And also added a half cup of sugar to eliminate the acids from the red sauce since I'm not a fan of mixing red and brown gravys in the first place. My picture of finished product is in the gallery...