An old fashioned beef stew, easy on stove or slow cooker preparation! 100% natural. Just enough fresh additions for truly homemade. Add beef. No added salt or preservatives. Simply satisfying. 10 12-oz servings. Frontier Soups' Hearty Meals line has grown from the original 6 to 20 gourmet mixes. These soups make wholesome and delicious meals for families and friends. The mixes contain all natural, premium dried ingredients with no added salt or preservatives. The easy-to-follow recipes with all the seasonings in the package make home cooking simple and fun. A few grocery additions complete each meal. Soup so good, you'll call it dinner! frontiersoups.com.
14 oz (397 g) x 8
16 per pack
You Will Also Need: 2 T, butter, 1 very large onion, 2-3 lbs, beef stew meat or oxtails, 2-3 turnips, or potatoes, 10 C, beef broth, handful of fresh mushrooms, 1/4 C, sherry. Cooking time about 3-4 hours. Makes 10 12-oz servings. What You Need: 2 T. butter; 1 very large onion, sliced, 2-3 lbs. beef stew meat or oxtails; 10 c beef broth; 1 t. salt; plenty of freshly ground black pepper; 2-3 turnips, or potatoes, peeled and diced; 1/4 to 1/2 lb of fresh mushrooms, sliced; 1/4 cup sherry. Here's What You Do: Brown onion and meat in butter in an 8-qt. pot. Add Dakota Beef Barley Stew Mix, broth, salt and pepper, and simmer covered slowly for 2-3 hours (longer for oxtails). Stir occasionally. Add turnips, sherry and mushrooms, and continue cooking covered for 1 hour or more. Serve with crusty wheat bread. This recipe freezes well. Thaw before reheating. Slow cooker alternative! Brown onion and meat in oil or butter over medium heat on stovetop. Transfer to bowl of slow cooker. Add contents of Dakota Beef Barley Stew mix, 8 cups broth, and cook on high 4 hours. Add remaining ingredients for 2 more hours and serve.
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