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Old 11-16-2012, 06:38 AM   #1
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Dutch Oven Beef with Gravy Recipe

I'm not sure if this is a stew or a casserole, but I know it's a beef recipe so stuck it here under Beef.

Start with a 1.5 lb chuck roast and trim into bite size pieces.
Shake the pieces in some seasoned flour (I used salt, pepper and yellow curry powder) and brown in batches in a Dutch Oven using EVOO.
Add all the beef back into the DO and add some mushrooms. Stir.
De glaze using a red wine. I used about 1/2c of burgundy.
Then add 1 can each of Campbells cream of onion soup and French onion soup. Stir and mix all together.
Put the lid on and put in a 300F oven for two hours.

That's all there is to it. It reduces and thickens nicely.
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Old 11-16-2012, 06:42 AM   #2
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Pac, that looks delicious, another great job
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My mouth is watering!
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No were talking! Yummo, proper food lol! Looks great Pac :)
Do you grow your own green beans? I see you add them to most meals.
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I don't know how those soups are on their own, but they do wonderful things to slow cooked meats.

No, I don't grow anything, Snips. I just really like green beans (and broccoli).
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I don't know how those soups are on their own, but they do wonderful things to slow cooked meats.

No, I don't grow anything, Snips. I just really like green beans (and broccoli).
I always add brown onion soup to my beef stews and casseroles
It was my secret ingredient till you came along

I feel the same way about tomatoes and onion, eat them with almost every meal!
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That looks lovely! Unfortunately, it wouldn't get eaten at my house. DH dislikes mushrooms (I LOVE them!) and I don't like curry. But I might be able to adapt it some. Perhaps substitute cubed potatoes for the mushrooms and garlic powder for the curry. I'll have to experiment!
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Yum, Pac! Proper comfort food for the cold months!
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I'm not sure if this is a stew or a casserole, but I know it's a beef recipe so stuck it here under Beef.

Start with a 1.5 lb chuck roast and trim into bite size pieces.
Shake the pieces in some seasoned flour (I used salt, pepper and yellow curry powder) and brown in batches in a Dutch Oven using EVOO.
Add all the beef back into the DO and add some mushrooms. Stir.
De glaze using a red wine. I used about 1/2c of burgundy.
Then add 1 can each of Campbells cream of onion soup and French onion soup. Stir and mix all together.
Put the lid on and put in a 300F oven for two hours.

That's all there is to it. It reduces and thickens nicely.
good gravy, pac! i could go at that with my ladle!

you do such great presentations, pac. and this dish looks soo delicious, -- super easy to make, too. i really like easy in food. but do you think this recipe could work stovetop too? i've never owned a dutch oven. never missed having one either, until now. this is my kind of beefy dish, with gravy over everything....
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Dutch Oven Beef with Gravy Recipe I'm not sure if this is a stew or a casserole, but I know it's a beef recipe so stuck it here under Beef. Start with a 1.5 lb chuck roast and trim into bite size pieces. Shake the pieces in some seasoned flour (I used salt, pepper and yellow curry powder) and brown in batches in a Dutch Oven using EVOO. Add all the beef back into the DO and add some mushrooms. Stir. De glaze using a red wine. I used about 1/2c of burgundy. Then add 1 can each of Campbells cream of onion soup and French onion soup. Stir and mix all together. Put the lid on and put in a 300F oven for two hours. That's all there is to it. It reduces and thickens nicely. 3 stars 1 reviews
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