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5 Old-Fashioned Beef Recipes, #2
Hungarian bean and beef stew turns a cold day into a tropical retreat. My grandmother was a delightful Hungarian lady who loved to cook. She often made this Hungarian bean beef stew for us to enjoy on cold wintery days.
I am beyond excited that Irene Maitz-Playfair from YouTube had a similar recipe to my grandmothers. It is almost just like it, in fact.
You will love the hearty texture and robust flavors found in this stew. I plan to eat this yummy stuff at least once a month during the cold winter months. Who knows, maybe I’ll crave it in the summertime, too. I like pairing this stew with crusty french bread and a few slices of cheese. How will you be eating yours?
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Quick Tip: Serve with mashed potatoes and your fave steamed veggie.
Recipe and image courtesy of Irene Maitz-Playfair and YouTube.