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    Question Who Posted The Beef Stew Recipe On the Blogs

    The one with tapioca.
    I need it for tomorrows dinner. Could you please post it here.
    Thanks in Advance.....

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    Hi Holly,

    It was Michelle and here it is

    Grandma's beef stew
    Grandma's Beef Stew

    2# stew beef
    6-8 carrots, peeled and cubed (or 16oz bag baby carrots)
    4-6 potatoes, peeled and cubed
    1 onion, chopped
    4 stalks celery, chopped (if desired)
    1-2 chopped green peppers (if desired)
    1/4 cup tapioca
    salt
    1 tsp sugar
    large can diced tomatoes w/juice

    Place beef and vegetables in large oven proof roaster. Mix salt, sugar and tapioca with tomatoes. Pour over beef and vegetables. Mix. Cover and cook at 250 degrees 5-7 hours. Can use more or less of vegetables as desired. I don't use the celery or green peppers. My girls and husband love this stew with crusty Italian bread. The tapioca is the secret to this to make it's own gravy

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    Can this be used as a chicken stew as well?

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    Whew, that sounds great! Thanks for posting!

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    I don't see why not Tracy,
    The tapioca is just a thicking agent I think.
    Making this for supper with home made bread

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    Thanks! I am gonna try this one maybe next week, gotta get the ingredients first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollyhandi View Post
    I don't see why not Tracy,
    The tapioca is just a thicking agent I think.
    Making this for supper with home made bread
    Yes, the tapioca is used to thicken the juices to make gravy

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    Thanks Michelle. Its in the roaster as we speak. I added other veggies
    besides...
    It smells wonderful

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    It Tastes Wonderful......Its A Keeper....

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    Default I'm trying this today.

    I put a pot roast in the slow cooker (in a bag to help cleanup be easier); topped it with carrots, onions, and garlic.

    Then I added tapioca and sugar to a can of tomatoes. Poured it over and sealed the bag.

    We'll find out tonight how it turns out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollyhandi View Post
    It Tastes Wonderful......Its A Keeper....
    I'm glad you liked it

    I made beef stew today, but I didn't have any tomatoes, so I used a different recipe.

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    I will propably use the tapioca now for a thickener of all my beef stews and veggie soups...

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    Mine was pretty good -- but the beef itself lost flavor in the crockpot. (I KNOW that I should have browned it first)

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    tapioca to thicken the broth and make a gravy, this is interesting. I will have to give this a try on my next roast.

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    Thinking about making this one tonight. I'm not sure if I still have tapioca though :think:

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