Easy Slow Cooker Beef Stew

My Girls love this on cold days and so do I.

  1. 2 lb Chuck Stew Meat
  2. 1 medium onion diced
  3. 4-6 medium potatos peeled cubed (You can use any potatoes)
  4. 2-3 cups carrots (I cut up baby carrots)
  5. 4 stalks Celery chopped
  6. 1 can corn drained
  7. 1 can cut green beans drained
  8. 1 1/2 packets McCormick Beef Stew
  9. 1-2 Boxes Beef Broth (I use Collage Inn)
  10. Flour
  11. Oil
  12. Salt amp Pepper
  1. Change After you have trimmed and cut your meat Mix flour with a Sprinkle of McCormick Salt amp Pepper in a ziploc bag or a covered container Put your meat in and Shake it up! Make sure each one is covered You can also season your meat before the flour or while in the pan
  2. Change Heat a oil in a deep pan Tap off any excess flour Then put floured meat in the pan to get a sear
  3. Change Brown all sides then remove with a slotted spoon or tongs and put into pot Then brown your onions in the same pan
  4. Change Put your onions into pot All this yummy goodness is what left 🙂
  5. Change In a large measuring cup Mix 3 cups Water amp McCormick Beef Stew Packet Put the mixture in the pan as it heats use a wisk and/or spoon to mix the beef glaze from the bottom of the pan into the liquid Simmer for approximately 10 minutes
  6. Change As all that Yummy Goodness simmers put your potatos amp veggies into the pot
  7. Change Pour the liquid from the pan over meat amp veggies Fill the rest with beef broth amp water Cook high 6hrs or low 8hrs The gravy might not be thick enough in the beginning but the starch from potatos amp the flour from the meat will thicken things up but if it needs to be thicker towards the end add some roux Add a little at a time It will thicken as the roux cooks amp be careful not to change the flavors

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