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Recipe: Six-Can Crockpot Beef Stew

This is a great five-minute prep recipe that you can throw together with whatever you have in the morning and enjoy it at night. Gotta love a crockpot. 😉


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-one package of beef stew meat
-two cans tomatoes (diced, crushed, etc.)
-four cans of other vegetables (beans, potatoes, etc.)
-one package of onion soup mix
-water to cover


-dump everything into the crockpot. Make sure you don’t drain any of the veggies first.
-stir well to combine
-cook on low for six-eight hours until the beef is tender and comes easily apart

Notes: The best part about this is that you can use anything you have on hand. Plan ahead and pick up extra cans of your favorite vegetables, or just raid the cabinet. Other additions that work out really well with a beef stew include garlic, red wine (the alcohol will cook off), thyme, tomato paste, pepper, salt (although the onion soup mix will be pretty salty, so beware of over-salting), etc.

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