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Thread: No-peek stew

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    No-peek stew

    This is a recipe that I found some time ago in an Amish cookbook. Myself, family and friends hold this recipe as a favorite. Hope that you enjoy it as well!

    No-Peek Stew

    2 Pounds stewing beef, cut fine.
    1 Onion, chopped.
    6 Carrots, diced, sliced or cut.
    2 Potatoes, cubed
    1 Teaspoon sugar
    1 Stalk celery, thickly sliced.
    2 Cups tomato juice
    2 Teaspoons salt
    2 Teaspoons Minute Tapioca.
    Preheat oven to 250 degrees. Place all ingredients in an oven-safe dish.
    Cover tightly. Bake for 4 hours. No need to peek at this delicious stew.
     
    Feel free to change it up using your favorite vegetables.
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    Sounds like a great dish to make up for after church on Sunday. Put it in the oven and a yummy noontime meal will be waiting for you when you get home.

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    This recipe sounds so good, espically in this cols wheater.
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    We started adding a 1/2-1 Cup of red wine to our beef stews and the meat comes out tasty and tender.
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    Thanks for the recipe. It sounds good.

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    It does sounds yummy and easy!
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    wonder if that would work in a crock pot too...

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    I have a similar recipe but I call it "Quilt All-Day" stew (can you guess why). Mine uses cream of mushroom soup instead of tomato juice. I have also added about 1/2 cup each of frozen corn and peas the last 1 1/2 hrs. of cooking time. A bay leaf also adds a good flavor. This can be cooked in the crock pot for 6-8 hours.

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    Do you think this would work in a slow cooker (crock pot)?

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    Sounds tasty. I think I'll add the ingredients to my shopping list and give it a try. Thanks for sharing.

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