Winter Supper: Beef Stew & Farmhouse Rolls

by Laura on December 12, 2010

There are a couple of simple keys to making a great beef stew.  Buy good beef, brown it really well on all sides, don’t crowd the pan during the process, and don’t move it while it’s browning.  If you do that, and mingle it with other best-quality ingredients, you can’t go wrong.  This is my favorite kind of supper to make during a busy time of year.  It’s a one pot meal with leftovers that last a couple of days.  And it’s filling and delicious and everyone loves it.  I serve it with farmhouse rolls, either store bought or homemade (recipe later).  It’s an easy winter staple.

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1 Kris Jacobson December 13, 2010 at 1:19 pm

The browning of the beef does seem like it would add a lot to beef stew.

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