Friday, May 16, 2014

No Potato Beef Stew - THM - S

I found the original recipe on LovingMyNest.com. But the link isn't working so I can't direct you to it at the moment.

2 lb Beef Cubed
2 cups chopped onion
4 large peeled and diced turnips (optional)
1 can tomato paste
4 cloves garlic
4 tsp dried thyme
4 medium yellow squash chopped
6 stalks celery chopped
4 bay leaves
4 tsp dried parsley
4 TBSP ACV
6 cups green beans
2 cups beef broth
salt and pepper as desired.

Divide all ingredients between 2 bags, minus the broth and freeze.  On cooking day add broth and cook for 6 hours on low.

Print the recipe HERE

20 comments:

  1. I am trying to pin these delicious sounding recipes on my THM Pinterest Board, but Pinterest will not allow it because it says the picture is missing. Any advice? I hate to lose hold of these recipes!

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    1. I hope to add pictures soon. I had some issues with my blog and I wasn't able to add pictures for a while. When I make the meal again I can post pictures. So sorry about that.

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  2. Am I able to share these menu plans with our Pampered Chef consultants? I have seen others interested in doing Freezer meal workshops but want THM approved menus and no one has had them

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    1. You are not able to sell them no. But you are allowed to use them for free of course. ;-)

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  3. Are the green beans raw or are you using canned or frozen?

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  4. It says to split into two bags, is it two different meals or do I cook both on cooking day?

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  5. What size tomato paste did you use?

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    1. I use the small can from the store. Not sure of the size sorry. 6 oz maybe?

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  6. Is it 2 cups of broth for each bag or one cup for one bag? Looking forward to trying this tomorrow!

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  7. What do you mean by Yellow Squash? The only yellow squash we have here is spaghetti which I don't think would work very well?

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    1. Summer Squash is another name for it. It looks like Zucchini, but it is yellow in color.

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  8. Do you brown the meat before freezing?

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    1. If I have time I do. But since I am cooking it later I don't always.

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