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Thread: I found it! Chile artichoke stew

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    I found it! Chile artichoke stew

    Beef Pot Pie

    2lbs ruond steak, cut in cubes or stew meat
    salt, pepper
    Flour
    4 tbs oil
    2 tbs butter
    4 cloves garlic peeled
    1 lb mushrooms cut in halv
    1 4oz can diced green chiles, oil and all
    1/4 tsp marjoram
    1/2 tsp dill weed
    1 cup red table wine or beef broth
    1 tbs wine vingar
    2 cups cooked artichoke hearts -I use the frozen ones

    Sprinkly meat with salt and pepper, roll in flour. In a large heavy frying pan (I use a teflon pan to brown meat then trasfer to a stew pot) combine oil and butter with garlic. Brown meat. Set meat aside and discard garlic.

    Add mushrooms to pan, cover and simmer for about 7 minutes. Add chilies. Return meat to pan; add marjoram, dill weed, wine and vinegar. Cover and simmer very slowly for about 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. Add artichoke hearts. Heat and serve.

    Freezes well.
    Penny

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    Interesting....I would use broth not wine. Only I cuo? Do you serve over rice, pasta, mashed potatoes or just by itself? I've never incorporated artichoke hearts in any cooking recipe, except a dip ( once).
    Glad you found the recipe!

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    That looks delicious! Thanks for taking the time to find it and post it. I still have leftover wine from the holidays, so this is a perfect place to use it up.

    ~ C

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    Thanks so much for sharing. It looks delish!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geri B View Post
    Interesting....I would use broth not wine. Only I cuo? Do you serve over rice, pasta, mashed potatoes or just by itself? I've never incorporated artichoke hearts in any cooking recipe, except a dip ( once).
    Glad you found the recipe!
    I serve it with biscuits or an oatmeal bread that I make, otherwise, just in bowls like stew.

    You don't want to put artichokes hearts in too soon as they will fall apart if cooked a long time. Of course, as I reheat it they artichokes do lose their shape somewhat, but it doesn't matter. Still tastes good!

    One cup sounds weird, but it works well. It is a thick hearty stew. No reason why you couldn't add more!
    Penny

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