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The Most Comforting Weekend Meal Ever
Right now the weather is getting pretty cold here up North! This is the perfect time for a nice, hearty stew, that will chase all that chilliness away and give you a warm feeling inside. I used to cook stew on the stove top, until recently, when I came across this recipe. This makes it even easier for me, as I can just leave it and return to it when dinner time is getting closer!
Use your favorite stew meat for this dish! I also love to add more vegetables; sometimes I add onions, turnips or even yellow beet. That’s one of the great things about this recipe – you can add pretty much anything you want, and it’ll be delicious after a full day in your slow cooker. I always use potato starch as a thickener, but tapioca flour can be used instead, if that’s what you prefer. Don’t forget to discard the bay leaf before serving!
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Quick Tip: Makes 6-8 adult-sized portions of stew.