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MaryG
Posted 1011 days ago
This recipe resembles the hungarian gulash only much more aromatic. I respected the recipe all the way except for some extra salt at the very end. It goes to my favorite for many repetitions. Thank you so much.
Mike
Posted 2072 days ago
I always put my spuds in at the start of cooking and at the bottom. Don't cut the chunks too big and remember diff spuds give diff results, some are desinged to stay firm while others can go to mush. I prefer the AB red ones and never have any issues in either of my cookers. I have a small 2 person one and a huge 6/8 person one. I had an auto setting on an old cooker, and it said in the instructions auto made it be high for 2/3 hours and the low for the rest of the time.
Mike
Posted 2072 days ago
I always put my spuds in at the start of cooking and at the bottom. Don't cut the chunks too big and remember diff spuds give diff results, some are desinged to stay firm while others can go to mush. I prefer the AB red ones and never have any issues in either of my cookers. I have a small 2 person one and a huge 6/8 person one.
dave
Posted 2095 days ago
thanks Dawn, thanks Richee - any more suggestions ? what does 'auto' setting do please? what if you don't have one!?
Richee
Posted 2096 days ago
I prefer to use auto for 9-10 hours.
Dawn
Posted 2096 days ago
Having the same problem Dave - tatties are still hard - any suggestions anyone?
dave
Posted 2096 days ago
I am starting slow cooking again with a morphy richards model with low, med & high setting. the problem I am having with simple stews with with potatoes included is that I cannot get the spuds to tender despite 12 hrs cooking at low, despite low being the most recommended setting! (they are cut to small pieces) Do I need to increase the tenperature to medium? Otherwise I can't see the point and it's off to the car boot sale! Dave
Janet
Posted 2100 days ago
Please could you give me a bassic receipe for a joint of beef. this would be my first time
C Watts
Posted 2515 days ago
I am a new user of slow cookers and found your recipes excellent,
looking forward to trying more.
indre v.
Posted 2651 days ago
Soooo delicious!!! Thanks for shearing!
frank farrell
Posted 2756 days ago
Omit star anis andcloves. Add small bunch of parsley and thyme, tied to bay leaf and discard before serving for a different taste. Bon appetit.. FF.
 

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Slow Cooker Beef Recipes - Beef Rib Stew

Beef Rib Stew

Beef Rib Stew is rated 3.2 / 5 based on 164 votes.

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Preparation time:
Slow Cooker Size 5L
Serves: 6
Cooking time:

This is one dish that the family loves. The recipe was from my aunt and is really easy to make. It can be cooked in a pot but the slow cooker always brings out the best in any recipe.

Ingredients

  • 5 lb (2 kg) beef ribs
  • 3 carrot
  • 2 onions
  • 3 potatoes
  • 3 pieces of star anise
  • 5 cloves
  • 2 x 5 oz (150g) tubs of tomato concentrate paste
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 4 bay leaves
  • 500 ml (16 fl oz) water

Steps:

  • Cut carrots, and onions into pieces.
  • Peel and cut potatoes into 1/8th pieces.
  • Combine carrots, onions, beef in the slow cooker.
  • Add tomato paste, star anis, cloves, bay leaf, Worcester sauce, soy sauce, sugar and water.
  • Stir ingredients in slow cooker to mix.
  • Cover and cook on low heat for 2 hours and then add potatoes and top up water if necessary..
  • Cook for another 6-7 hours. (Optional: set cooker to high heat and cook for 4 hours to save time).
  • Serve warm with buttered bread rolls.
  • Recipe End

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