Since the wind is whipping 80 miles an hour and they were predicting possible snow flurries yesterday. Which became reality!! SERIOUSLY…when is Spring going to arrive?! It’s Stew weather in April!
It looks like a fair amount of ingredients to gather up, but most likely you have it all in your pantry. Nothing too fancy here. But oh it tastes fancy!
I cut the roast up put it in a Zip-loc bag, doused (1 teaspoon) it with Lawry’s Season Salt and set it aside while I cleaned the mushrooms. You could do this step a day ahead of time.
Skip to the wine…I mean skip ahead to the wine in the recipe…you don’t need to skip to go get your bottle of wine although I do on occasion. Now that you have your bottle of red wine opened, any dry red wine will do, pour yourself a little sip. Taste. Now proceed with your cooking.
Susan Cortes says
that sounds so delish! my crowd of littles i doubt would like it but it sounds like something i could make for my mommy group!
A Journey with the Mason Family says
Congrats on your big win. I think I am going to try it, but what if I leave out the pearl onions. How would that effect it?
Strawberry CAKE says
Mason Family, I think you could leave the onions out without affecting the flavor too much. If you don't care for onions anyway, then it will most likely be a plus for you. Hope you enjoy
Kitchen Belleicious says
Oh so good! Love all the step by steps photos. I do a stew similar to this one and i love using mushrooms in it. Gives such an earthy flavor! Beautiful and Delicious Girl!
karla hardy johnson says
I have this on the stove cooking right now! The house smells awesome and I followed all directions exactly other than adding the dill (I don’t like it). I will take a picture and post it on facebook for you when it is done. I cannot wait to eat!
Yum! Thanks so much for stopping in to say Hi! It’s super duper cold here right now, perfect stew weather! Enjoy, Sheila