Beef Stew (or Tomato Free Bolegnese) Free From: Dairy, Egg, Gluten, Nuts, Oats, Peanuts, Soya & Tomato

Now that the nights are closing in and the temperature is dropping…… There is nothing better than a hearty stew to make you feel warm inside! Here is a delcious, easy & very allergy friendly Beef Stew recipe for you!

(Plus- For anyone that cannot tolerate tomato, this is a great Bolognese substitute too! My little girl’s favourite meal is Spag Bol, but she has recently become tomato free! So I have developed this yummy recipe just for her.)

Serves 4 Adults

Ingredients

500g          Beef Mince (or beef skirt cut into 5cm bits)
2                 Celery (sliced)
2                 Onions (roughly chopped)
3                 Cloves of Garlic (crushed)
2                 Carrots (roughly chopped)
1                  Potato (roughly chopped)
380ml        Vegetable stock (2 stock cubes)
1 Tbsp        Balsamic Vinegar
300ml       Gluten Free Gravy (Free & Easy Gravy)
Handful    Basil
4 sprigs    Thyme
Handful    Plain Flour (Doves Farm Gluten Free Flour)

Method

  1. Preheat your oven to 160C
  2. Roughly peel and chop your celery, onions, carrots & potato
  3. Mix flour & beef in a large ziplock bag & shake well to coat the meat.
  4. Make up your stock in a jug by using 2 vegetable stock cubes with 380ml boiling water (make sure the stock cubes are gluten free)
  5. Make up your “Free & Easy” gravy; 4 teaspoons of gravy powder & 300ml cold water, mix a little water with the powder then gradually add the rest of the water (this will prevent lumps.)
  6. On a medium heat, heat some oil in a pan & add the beef, cook for 4-5 minutes until browned.
  7. Add your veg, crushed garlic cloves, and herbs
  8. Finally, add the stock, gravy & balsamic vinegar, then bring to boil
  9. Once boiling, put your casserole dish (with a lid on) into your preheated oven
  10. Cook for 3-4 hours (Depending on the cut of the meat used)
  11. Leave in the oven on low (105C) until you are ready to eat it.

Best served with warm bread or mashed potato.

I love hearing from you, please let me know how you get on!

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