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Beef Stew

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Beef Stew is an old Anglo Indian/British recipe. Its similar to a beef casserole but more soupy. It is a light and easy meal to prepare and good for digestion. It can be served to people who have been sick or for little children. Its a comforting meal during winter too.


500 grms beef (stewing steak or topside) – diced

2 onions – finely chopped

250 grm potatoes – halved/quartered

2 carrots – chopped in chunks

200 grm green beans – chopped

2-3 tomatoes – halved

200 grm Cauliflower pieces  chopped – optional

1 Choko (peeled and chopped) – optional if not available

Celery – 1-2 small pieces (optional)

Garam masala – cloves, bay leaf, cardamon, cinnamon (few of each)

Ginger – 1 inch piece grated

Garlic – 2-3 cloves chopped

Cooking oil 2 tablespoons


In a medium sized pot (5 litre pot), add oil, heat gently, add finely chopped onion. Stir lightly, add ginger, garlic and garam masala. Stir for a minute or two, add meat and mix well for a few minutes while stirring the pot. Add a little water and cover the pot. Cook gently for about 5-10 minutes. Do not let it burn. Add vegetables and stir well for a few minutes, till a light brown in colour and a thick gravy. Add water or stock to cover. Add salt to taste. Cover pot and allow to cook for 15-20 minutes.

Turn off heat, add pepper, a little chopped parsley or coriander.

Serve with steamed rice or bread rolls.

Serves 4-6 people.

Suitable to freeze.

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