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Cowboy Stew recipe request

icemncmthicemncmth Posts: 1,157
edited 1:50AM in EggHead Forum
Anyone have a good or great recipe??


  • icemncmthicemncmth Posts: 1,157
    I looked at those but there are a couple of egghead who make a pretty tasty stew..

    Now if they will share their secret!! :woohoo:
  • Spring HenSpring Hen Posts: 1,541
    Here is the one we like. Of course, it has a few things you might not have - like RichardFL's pepper but a good black pepper will do. I will also attach the recipe for Frank's Bloody Mary mixture (I've altered his original recipe to be more mild - cause I'm a sissy). Hope you like it..

    Cowboy Stew - Beef

    Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method

    2 lbs Chuck Roast, cubed
    1 packet Stew seasoning by McCormick
    1 Tbsp Pinto Bean Seasoning
    1 Tbsp RichardFL Pepper
    1 teaspoon Chili powder
    2 Tbsp Olive Oil
    1 can Beef Broth
    1 teaspoon French Stock by More Than Gourmet
    1 can Tomatoes, drained and diced
    1 can Kidney Beans - New Orleans Ranch Style, drained
    1 can Pinto Beans - Ranch Style, drained
    1 can, small Green beans, drained
    1 can, small Corn, drained
    1/2 cup Peas, frozen
    2 large Potatoes - Idaho peeled and cubed
    1 medium Onion chopped
    2 cloves garlic, finely minced
    3 bay leaves
    1 tablespoon salt
    1 cup Bloody Mary mix by Frank Cremer

    1. Slice beef into bite-size pieces. Heat oil in stewpot. Place first four ingredients into plastic bag and toss beef to coat. Brown beef on all sides,about 5 minutes.

    2. Mix remaining ingredients in the pot and bring to a boil. Stir, simmer covered for two hours, stirring every 30 minutes to prevent sticking, adding more beef broth if needed.

    3. Cook indirect at 225 for about 3 hours.

    Bloody Mary

    Recipe By: Frank Cremer / Lake Conroe Egger

    Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method

    2 quarts Clamato
    1 tsp French Stock by More Than Gourmet
    1 tsp Dill Weed
    1 tsp Jubilee Seafood Seasoning (or Crab Boil)
    3 tsp Celery Salt
    3 tsp Lemon Pepper
    3 tsp Horse Radish
    3 tsp Worcestershire sauce
    2 cans V-8 Juice

    1. Directions:

    2. Mix all together. The demi glase dissolves better when mixed with some of the Clamato and microwaved for a minute. It is better if it has a night to rest in the fridge. Shake well before serving.

    3.Strain it after the second day and it is less "chunky".

    4. Mix the vodka on the fly, maybe 2 0z. per drink. That way I can have one in the mornings that is "virgin". The recipe that I used as a basis for this one called for 12 oz. of vodka (but then it won't fit in a 2 qt. jug).
    Co-Proprietor and Madam of The Chicken Ranch
    Spring, Texas USA
  • Cpt'n CookCpt'n Cook Posts: 1,917
    That sounds good Judy, can I make it too?
  • Spring HenSpring Hen Posts: 1,541
    Of course you can....I bet you have some really good crab boil up there...hope you like it.
    Co-Proprietor and Madam of The Chicken Ranch
    Spring, Texas USA
  • icemncmthicemncmth Posts: 1,157
    Thanks you so much! I will make some this weekend!!
  • It is truly a great stew recipe. I just bought the meat to make up a batch this weekend!

    Thanks, Judy.
  • Spring HenSpring Hen Posts: 1,541
    Me too....sounds good....going to make up my Bloody Mary mix as we speak ;)
    Co-Proprietor and Madam of The Chicken Ranch
    Spring, Texas USA
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