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Beef and Chickpea Stew


Beef and Chickpea Stew
Recipe By: Yalda, Navid

About this Recipe:

YaldaYalda, Navid: This recipe for beef stew works well with a slow-cooker. You can also use a large pot and cook the stew on medium-low heat. I recommend adding chickpeas and white beans to your stew as they complement the taste of slow cooked beef. Tomato paste is a must have for this recipe. You can replace it with fresh tomatoes but you won't get the same taste and color at the end. I'm not adding any oil into my stew since I'm using a lean meat.


Main Ingredients:

Lean leg or shoulder of lamb or beef: 400-500 grams, cut into small pieces
Chickpeas: 1/2 cup
White beans: 1/2 cup (you can replace it with the same amount of chickpeas)
Onion: 1 large
Potatoes: 2- 3 medium
Tomato Paste: 1 tbsp
Turmeric: 1 tsp
Salt
Pepper


Directions:

1- Leave the chickpeas and white beans in water overnight. Discard the water in the morning and wash them well.

2- Cut potatoes and onion into small wedges.

3- If you have a slow cooker, add everything to your slow cooker. Pour water into it till it covers all the ingredients. Season with salt and pepper and cook till chickpeas and white beans are cooked completely. Alternatively, you can cook them in a large pot on medium low-heat.

4- Add hot water during cooking if necessary.


Published on September 5, 2008

Herbs & Spices in this Recipe:

Turmeric
Turmeric

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Servings
 
4
Easiness
 
Easy
Prep Time
 
15 min
Cook Time
 
4 hours
Ready in
 
4 hours, 15 min
Recipe by
 
Comments
 
7
6 Ratings
 
Average rating: 4.17

Nutrition Facts
% Daily Value

Calories
  386
Fat  12.3 g
19 %

Fiber  6.4 g
26 %

Vitamin A
Vitamin C
1 %
32 %
  Calcium
  Iron
6 %
26 %
Complete Nutrition Facts



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Comments: 7

Frank Rizzo, Guest from: Vancouver2008 Sep 22
Looks like a good recipe. Do you need to brown the meat first or just stew it with the other ingredients?

Navid, Member2008 Sep 23
You don't need to brown it but if you do, it certainly adds more flavor to your stew. I personally prefer to cook everything together since it's much easier.

Majda, Guest2009 Aug 04
This was such a great recipe. I am making it today too ;)

Richard, Guest from: Cronulla2010 May 31
easy to do but not enough info . should i ad flower . or paster lid or no lid ? is it thick or thin

George, Guest2011 Mar 02
Average rating: 3
Nice. I added white flour to thicken the sauce (about 2 tablespoons) - it worked well.

Mohamad, Guest2011 Nov 18
this is iranian food thank

Mina, Guest from: Jakarta2012 Apr 24
Average rating: 3
I added 2 bay leaves to ingredients to make it tastier.

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