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|Calories470Calories from Fat140|
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|Calories from Fat140|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Steve A 2 months ago
great stew. second time as good as the first.
Nolan R. 2 months ago
Awesome Made it accordingly
Monica Sandhu 3 months ago
The whole family loved it! Excellent!
Tina K. 10 months ago
took a long time to cook but was delicious
Autumn Bresloff a year ago
Excellent. Good even on a week night. Always a plus when you have a bit of Guinness and wine left over for the actual dinner
SHERRI DOVE a year ago
I love this recipe!! so did my family it was perfect for a cild day like today. warms you up amd fills you up☺️🥰
Kelly Holman a year ago
beautifully. i love this recipe.
Beth a year ago
The family loves it. Followed Stephanie’s advice. Dredged the beef, eliminated the wine & added cream. I cut the chuck roast into nice 1”x1” (ish) chunks (instead of buying pre-cut stew meat). Nobody likes using a knife in their stew ;-)
Patti D a year ago
This is outrageously good. Excellent with some no knead Dutch oven bread slathered with Kerrygold butter and a glass of red wine. I watch sales for beef so I can make this on the cheap. My mom said this was the best beef stew she ever had!
Goodo a year ago
Was very nice, definitely will be making it again!
Chris Blanchard 2 years ago
Amazing beef stew. Followed Stephanie's recommendations on no wine and adding some flour and it turned out great.
John A. Lafferty 2 years ago
So, it was a little light on seasoning and you need to season every step. The basics are good, but i would add fresh herbs and delete the sugar.
Stephanie Mattila 2 years ago
It was good and the family liked it. Only thing we didn’t like was the taste of the red wine. Guinness added great flavor; wine, not so much. I will leave out the wine next time. I also added flour to the meat, reduced the water to one cup and added a tablespoon of flour to the water, and added about a half cup of half and half at the end before serving.
Janai Quintana 2 years ago
I dredged my beef in flour, eliminated the water, used golden potatoes and thickened with a flour slurry. Man was this good! Brought me back to my childhood in County Galway!! A repeat for sure! My family loved it
Robert Kelly 2 years ago
It turned out well. It had good flavor, it was just too thin. Very soupy.
Chris 2 years ago
Really amazing:) and I loved the taste. I used Irish butter to cook the onions and carrot. And used Yukon gold potatoes instead off r russet potatoes. Other then that this recipe is awesome:)
Dana 3 years ago
This was excellent. Like other reviewers, I dredged my meat in seasoned flour and eliminated the water and sugar. I also used fresh thyme and bay leaf, made my own beef stock and used 2 lbs of meat. I’ve tried other beef stews and this was by far the best, can’t wait to have my leftovers!
Egor Kloos 3 years ago
Very nice too much potato and very little meat. Play around with the ratio to suit your taste. Slow cooker? Reduce the amount of water.
Porchae Culhane 4 years ago
I have made this several times; it's one of mine & my husband's favorites. Of course I've made a few tweeks (2x Guinness, 3x Worcestershire...) to the recipe to better suit our tastes, but the original stew is also good as is.
Ethan Cupp 4 years ago
Have made this a couple times now and my friends really like it. They kept going back for more. Great for -40 wind-chill outside as a bonus.
Amanda Ryken 5 years ago
nice. i like to thicken a little. great base tho
Sandy M. 5 years ago
This was great! I made a roux which thickened the stew perfectly.
Edward 5 years ago
Great. Cut the water in half though
Michelle W. 5 years ago
This is a delicious hearty stew. It needed a tad little more flavor (maybe more garlic or onion). I would skip the sugar step. It was a tad too sweet but overall delicious.
Ellie C. 5 years ago
Really good! I tweak it a bit - but this is definitely a flavorful stew.
Ang 6 years ago
I made this for Irish night at small group. it was delicious! i dredged the meat first in flour but otherwise followed the recipe. it's joining our winter soup rotation.
scott h. 6 years ago
just a rookie cook, and i dont know how irish stew is normally but it was more like a soup than a stew. Not sure if it was my stove but the potaoes werent even close to being done after 50 minutes with the lid off, still at the end had a good flavour and the meat was tender
Larry G. 6 years ago
Wonderful, follow the directions and I thickened it slightly. I used a dark beer,Cabernet wine and I cut up a nice tip roast into chunks. Either way, you will have a delicious stew that will warm your soul and fill your belly!! Thanks for the great recipe!
Joshua C. 6 years ago
Was wonderful! The simple ingredients have such a robust flavor. The Guiness adds a uniqueness that separates this from a normal beef stew.
Becca Benson 7 years ago
So delicious! I did this for a work Irish Potluck and folks were joking they were afraid they'd have to take a breathalyzer after eating but it was a hit. I made 2 large crockpots and only 1 tupperware bowl of it made hit home. The only thing I would recommend is more seasoning. I used my fav season all and lemon pepper.