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Beef Stew

Nothing is better on a rainy day than a bowl of warm home cooked stew! Stew is such a simple thing to throw together, and a great for cleaning your vegetable drawer out.

You Need:

McK Ranch Stew meat or leftover Chuck roast works great too

Red Potatoes

Onions

Carrots

Celery

Beef Broth

1 Can of corn

Optional: For browning the stew meat

Flour

Butter

Simply chunk the vegetables up to your desired size and throw them in a crock-pot. If you would like you have the option to flour the stew meat and brown it in a pan for 5 minutes or so. Either way, throw it in the pot with all your veggies and add in the beef broth. I usually add in salt, pepper, minced garlic, parsley, and basil. I cook on low for 8 hours.

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Perfect Chuck roast

You Need:

1 Boneless Chuck Roast

1 Packet Dry onion soup mix

Optional:

Baby Carrots

Red Potatoes

salt pepper

garlic powder

Olive oil

Set Oven to 300 Degrees.

You can cook the chuck roast by itself in a Dutch oven or with potatoes and carrots.

To Cook the chuck roast by itself just place in a roasting pan and sprinkle Onion soup mix evenly over the roast. Cook at 300 for 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Optional : Quarter the potatoes. Mix potatoes, carrots, and olive oil together. Place in the bottom of the pan. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Place roast on top of potatoes and carrots, sprinkle the roast with the onion soup mix. Cook at 300 for 3 hours and 30 minutes.