Red wine beef stew in Crock Pot. Fat Free Recipe

Just a few days ago I was talking about my experience with the Crock Pot and, to be honest, I was delighted to read your comments, check how much those who have had and used it for a long time like it, and how much help the post has been for you. After the curry with apple, plums and honey curry we changed the third, leaving the exoticism behind and cheering us up with a beef stew in red wine in Crock Pot.

A most traditional dish that can be found in the kitchens of many countries around the world and that admits countless versions. Preparing beef stew with red wine in Crock Pot allows you to dispense with the oil in its preparation, something that I find wonderful and that is one more point in favor of this pot. Organizing is essential because it takes many hours of cooking, but surely you will find a way to do it.

Ingredients

For 4 people
  • Diced beef stew 500 g
  • Onion 1
  • Leek 1
  • Carrot 1
  • Tomato 1
  • Concentrated meat broth 1
  • Salt
  • Ground black pepper
  • Red wine 150 ml
  • Cornstarch express 15 g

How to Make Wine Stew in Crock Pot

Difficulty: easy
  • Total time 17 m
  • Elaboration 10 m
  • Cooking 7 m

Peel the onion, cut it in half and each half into thin strips (julienne). We remove the green part of the leek (which we can reserve for other elaborations) and cut the white part in two, longitudinally. Chop the leek and wash it well to remove the rest of the soil it may contain. We wash and peel the carrot and cut it into discs. We wash the tomato and cut it into quarters.

In the crockpot casserole place all the vegetables, starting with the onion that will serve as the base, and season with salt and pepper to taste. On the vegetables we place the veal in cubes, sprinkle it with the meat broth tablet and water with the red wine. We cover the casserole and we program six hours at low temperature.

After this time, remove the stew and sprinkle it with the cornstarch express. We program the crockpot again one more hour and at high temperature. It is not necessary to cover the casserole, because what we want is that the sauce thickens and takes consistency. We serve immediately with a garnish of mashed potatoes, white rice or similar.

What to accompany the beef stew with red wine in Crock Pot

As with all meats that require many hours of cooking, this red wine beef stew at Crock Pot is packed with flavors. The texture of the meat is mellow (it is important to buy a piece with infiltrated fat) and the strands detach from each other easily. Accompanying it with a garnish of creamy mashed potatoes or boiled rice is a success. Without forgetting the bread, of course.

Tags:  Fish Vegetables And Legumes Meats And Birds 

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