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This is a layered stew so everything goes into the pot in the order starting with the meat. First, spray a large dutch oven or oven safe pan with a lid with cooking spray.
Start adding ingredients in order starting with the meat first on the bottom. Next layer the onion using enough to cover the meat. The next layer is cubed potatoes, then carrots, and celery on top. I usually sprinkle all with a little salt and pepper. Then open the cans of Golden Mushroom soup and spoon the soup on top of the veggies. Add about a can of water to the pot and cover.
Bake in a 325 degree F oven for 2 1/2 - 3 hours. You may want to check the veggies after 2 hours and if they are tender, the stew might be ready. Otherwise cook for another 1/2 to 1 hour. When done, stir all together and serve. We like to eat it with cornbread. Enjoy.
Source: I got this from a lady that I worked with years ago and can't remember her name. This has become one of our favorite recipes for the fall!
By Kim from Corinth, TX
This is a hearty stew with great taste. Not only does it taste good but it's a family tradition.
Batter meat in flour/pepper/Lawry's seasoning salt. Fry in small amount of oil until browned. Place in large (20 Qt) stock pot and cover with water and 1 can tomato sauce. Add other seasoning as desired (I add Cajun seasoning)
Place on lowest heat possible for 3 hours. Add chopped onions, garlic, potatoes, carrots, celery/salt and pepper to taste. Let cook for 1 to 2 hours more depending on how soft you want your vegetables. Remove 2 cups of broth and add 1/4 cup corn starch.
Mix thoroughly and return to pot. Redo corn starch if necessary to attain desired consistency (basically instead of having roast potatoes and carrots with gravy, we had gravy with roast potatoes and carrots, etc.)
Serve topped with Parmesan cheese.
Feel free to add any additional vegetables and/or seasonings you want.
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4-5 Hours Cooking Time
Source: My wife's grandfather
By Jason W. from Edmond, OK
This is a guide about Brunswick stew recipes. This traditional dish comes out of the American south. It typically has 2 or 3 common ingredients: corn, lima beans or peas, and tomatoes.
Place first 7 ingredients in a large casserole. Pour the V-8 juice over them. Bake 5 hours at 250 degrees F.
Place meat in bottom of a 4 qt. dish. Cover with vegetables. Mix next 3 ingredients and sprinkle over vegetables. Pour juice over all; cover tightly. Bake at 250 degrees F for 5 hours.
Cut stew meat in small pieces and brown in a small amount of fat in a heavy frying pan. Add salt and stir.
Cook together 1 1/2 hours on medium heat (enough to keep boiling).
Make it today and it will be so much better the next day.
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I am looking for a recipe for Mushroom Stew. I remember it had a red gravy and some type of pork perhaps. It was also a little spicy. I enjoyed it at the TP Drive-In in Herkimer, NY years ago. Please help, thanks.
By barb from Mountaindale, NY
Go to Mushroom Stew Recipe plenty recipes there, good luck.
Try posting this request at http://www.hungrybrowser.com also known as "Ask Uncle Phaedrus." He specializes in finding old recipes or recipes from specific establishments. It might be worth a try!
Hope you find it. I know how much I sometimes hunger for things I had years before. Never had or heard of mushroom stew, though.
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Gomba Porkolt / Pork and Mushroom Stew
this dish is a traditional dinner for Hungarians, it is full of flavor and is very comforting, my family enjoys this very much served with smashed potatoes and cucumber salad.
* 1-2 lbs pork steaks, cut in cubes and trim the fat
* 2 med. onions chopped
* 4 T of oil
* 2 tsp paprika
* 3 cloves garlic pressed
* salt to taste
* pepper to taste
* water as needed
* sour cream
* fresh mushrooms halved or quartered.
1. In frying pan, saute onions in oil til transparent,
2. Add paprika and mix together
3. Add cubes of meat to lightly brown and stir well to not burn
4. Add water so that it just covers the meat
5. Add pressed garlic and salt and pepper to taste, mix well and often during cooking
6. Cook on low with cover for about 1+1/2 to 2 hours til meat is tender
7. Once done add sour cream and mix well.
8. Serve with mashed potatoes and cucumber salad.
This recipe sounds like I'll try it tomorrow night.