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Thread: 'Oven Stew' or 'Quilt'in Stew' as I've decied to Call it Now!!

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    'Oven Stew' or 'Quilt'in Stew' as I've decied to Call it Now!!

    This is a Great Meal!! I've Won Fabric With It!!

    'OVEN STEW' Very important-Bake 350, 20 mins- turn down to- 250 6-7+ hrs.

    Start in the AM or Do this PM before turn on next day.
    LG Roasting Pan spray with Pam
    1- Roast, can be any cut your choise- Also can be Frozen!!
    put it in your pan.
    Now add your Potatoes,onions,celery,carrots,mushrooms,all cut very Large.
    1-reg can tomatoe Soup mix with 1-can water pour over top.
    Do not add salt/pepper. Cover Bake. All you need is Good Bread!!!
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    Sounds good. This sounds like it would also work good in the crockpot.

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    Yum, sounds great on a cold day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandra in Minnesota View Post
    Yum, sounds great on a cold day.
    Yeah, its cold here I think I'll try it.
    Thanks for the recipe
    Kim

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    Sounds good but I think I'd put it in a crockpot to do. I love to do roasts in crock pots. I also love your new name for it. Yeah, recipes that get us out of the kitchen and into the quilting room. YAY!
    Happy Quilting!

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    If you have an older crockpot it will work, but the new ones now will reach a boil in about 4 hours even on low. My old crockpot from the early 90's conked out and I got a new one. I thought something was wrong with it ,but my daughter told me that the new ones have to get to a certain temp in a certain time to comply with new food safety guidlines! Just another thing the goverment pokes their noses in. Defeats the purpose of a slow cooker.

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    If you have a black cast iron pot, and put in a couple of bay leaves you will get not only a wonderful meal but a wonderful aroma.

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    Yep ... cast iron dutch oven makes the most incredible slow cooked roast, stew ... whatever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by katiebear1 View Post
    If you have an older crockpot it will work, but the new ones now will reach a boil in about 4 hours even on low. My old crockpot from the early 90's conked out and I got a new one. I thought something was wrong with it ,but my daughter told me that the new ones have to get to a certain temp in a certain time to comply with new food safety guidlines! Just another thing the goverment pokes their noses in. Defeats the purpose of a slow cooker.
    So THAT's why mine seem to cook faster!!!! I thought I was buying inferior products!!!!!! Thanks for the info!
    Dee


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    I think I'll try this. It sounds wonderful and the oven makes a better roast than the crock pot does. I've done roast in the oven before and they just have a better flavor and they will brown just a little in the oven.

    sassy granny

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