|Total Fat||18 g|
|Dietary Fiber||3 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||23 g|
Prep Time: 30 Minutes
Time to Table: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Serves: 6 (1 cup per serving)
I made this and it was amazing. My family loved it. I substituted seasoned beef broth for the water and bullion cubes. I also added mushrooms. The addition of the sour cream was delightful. It will be the perfect addition to my dinner repertoire. It will also be great for leftovers.
Yummy! Used London Broil which I made first in the pressure cooker. Yukon gold potatoes, baby carrots, onion, garlic, mushrooms and celery and 3 fresh bay leaves. Used the left over broth from my pre-pressured cooked London broil and added the two tablespoons of Worcestershire. After about 20 minutes I added 1 piece of corn on the cob cut into small pieces. Took about 30 total minutes for the vegetables to be done. Loved the sour cream addition! This recipe is fantastic and will definitely make again
I made this... the ONLY thing i did differently was to add salt and pepper to flour before coating snd simmer the beef for 30 minutes before adding the carrots and potatoes.. the beef was beyond tender. So so delicious. The sour cream just adds depth and yummy scrumptiousness..
I love my beef stew(which is actually similar to this recipe) but I wanted a different sauce,gravy,what have you. I had a craving for something with sour cream. Let me tell you,this was fabulous! I only used 3/4 cup of sour cream, this is a definite keeper. I'm eating leftovers as I write this!
I think the sour cream adds another flavor to the Beef Stew that canned stuff doesn't have. Really enjoyed it and will make again. I did receive Daisy Squeeze Sour Cream for free for testing purposes, but the review is my own opinion.
Made this. Was a really cold day. I thought it was great and our kids liked it!
I made this today , my first time making beef stew, and it was good. I did double everything to make more. Even the grandmother n law liked it.
Thanks for your review.