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Crockpot Beef Stew with Corn

There is nothing worse than when you want to make something and you don't have all the ingredients. Especially when it's freezing cold and raining. A few days ago, this was my story. A cold rainy Saturday and not the right stuff for dinner. My parents were headed home from Maine and my husband wanted beef stew for dinner and I was being lazy. The last thing I wanted to do was run to the store in the rain to buy carrots. Most beef stew recipes call for carrots but this time, I decided corn would be fine. I meanvintage linens, corn is good right? The best thing about making a crockpot stew is, you can add just about anything to it and it usually turns out ok.

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The key to tender meat is the meat mallet. It's important to tenderize your meat prior to cooking. Save PrintCrockpot Beef Stew with CornIngredients2 (32 ounce) beef broth1 (6 ounce) tomato paste2 lbs lean stew meat (cut up in small pieces)¼; cup chopped garlic6 potatoes (cubed)2 cans drained corn1 cup cooking red wineSalt, pepper, onion powder, bay leaves (2) and parsley (1 tsp each)InstructionsPrepare Meat:Tenderize with mallet and season with salt and pepperPour broth into crockpot and stir in tomato pasteStir in garlic and red wineAdd cubed potatoes and chopped meatSeason to taste with salt, pepper and onion powderAdd bay leaves and sprinkle parsley on topAdd corn at 3.5 hour mark (or if you are not home, add once you are home and let sit for 20 minutes in stew)*if you prefer more seasoning, add towards the end of the 4 hour mark. Season to tastecook high for 4 hours or until potatoes are tender*thicken with corn starch once the stew is done if you prefer a thicker broth. Follow instructions on corn starch box.3.3.3077 ?

The beef stew looks pretty good with the corn right? A hot stew is the perfect way to end a cold rainy day. Be sure to checkout our kitchen page for more family recipes.

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