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best beef stew and dumpling recipe needed please

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lovelysongbird Wed 03-Sep-08 19:29:59

thankssmile

puzzle Wed 03-Sep-08 19:41:19

I made a recipe once called Jools's Favourite Beef Stew from a Jamie Oliver Book - but I got the book from the library so can't give you the recipe. Sorry that's not much help at all - the stew was delicious though wish I'd copied the recipe.

shinyshoes Wed 03-Sep-08 19:48:06

Do you mean this one Puzzle wink

www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/meat-recipes/jools-s-favourite-beef-stew

shinyshoes Wed 03-Sep-08 20:05:30

Haven't tried any of these, sorry, but they look nice (smile)

www.sainsburys.co.uk/food/recipe/detail.htm?recipeid=10683&prevUrl=%2fFood%2fRecipe%2fsearch.htm%3fc ategory%3drecipe%26searchtype%3dsingle%26query%3dbeef%2bstew

www.sainsburys.co.uk/food/recipe/detail.htm?recipeid=3879&prevUrl=%2fFood%2fRecipe%2fsearch.htm%3fca tegory%3drecipe%26searchtype%3dsingle%26query%3dbeef%2bstew

catinthehat Wed 03-Sep-08 20:16:50

There's some really shock comments underneath Shinyshoes' first link! Just caught them in passing, really bizarre.

Anifrangapani Wed 03-Sep-08 20:25:05

Dumplings 3 oz beaf suet, 6 oz SR flour season with whatever takes your fancy add enough water to bind and hey presto Dumplings.

Beed stew I am still trying to find a good combination together.

Anifrangapani Wed 03-Sep-08 20:26:21

That would beef stew... although Bead stew is not far off from my attempts

stirlingmum Wed 03-Sep-08 20:45:39

There was recently a thread on Food about stews with some good tips.

Look here smile

puzzle Wed 03-Sep-08 20:46:31

Yes that is the stew smile
Just add dumplings - by Atora (I think its called?!) suet add flour and water and pop on top at the end of cooking.
I didnt use Jerusalem Artichoke but it was still lovely - can highly recommend.

See what you mean about the comments catinthehat. made me giggle (bad reflection on my weird sense of humour)

stirlingmum Wed 03-Sep-08 20:49:18

Oh my god Catinthehat, you are right about the comments on there. I am stocked and shunned!

lovelysongbird Wed 03-Sep-08 21:46:25

oh thsnks for all the ideas im doing it tomorrow and im taking a bit from each and doing my own!.

hopefully it will turn out alright.
last time i browned the meat but do you usually bother?
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i think i over cooked it last time.

that dickie sounds a right odd ball on jamies websiteshock

largeoneplease Wed 03-Sep-08 22:05:19

I made this one today. It had DS1 saying "Mummy, thank you for making such a delicious dinner" and he really isn't that sort of boy grin

lovelysongbird Fri 05-Sep-08 19:12:48

thanks smile

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