Stew recipes

Stew recipes can also be prepared well in larger quantities. Stew often tastes best warmed up. The leftovers can be frozen. Stew is inexpensive and satiates well. Often meat or sausage is cooked along with the stew, so that the stew tastes particularly strong.

Bean stew
Bean stew gets a very special taste from mutton meat. Who does not get mutton meat, can also use lamb meat. ...
Bean stew with chicken breast
Bean stew with chicken breast is a quick, easy and hearty stew. Clean and halve the green beans. ...
Bean stew with cutlet
Bean stew with cutlet For beans stew with cutlet first clean green beans and halve. Peel and chop the potatoes and onion. ...
Bean stew with Kassler
Bean stew with Kassler tastes particularly hearty, is inexpensive and can be prepared quickly and easily. Remove the bone from the Kassler Nacken and boil in the stew, as it gives off a particularly strong flavour to the broth. ...
Bean stew with Merguez
Bean stew with Merguez is a spicy hearty stew. Cut Merguez into bite-sized pieces. ...
Beans stew with soups meat
Beans stew with soups meat This bean stew with soups meat is prepared with white and green beans and tastes particularly savory. If you take care to get a good quality of the soup meat with little fat and sinews, you will get extra meat for the bean stew. ...
Beet stew with Kassler
Beet stew with Kassler Steck beet stew with Kassler tastes particularly hearty and is easy to prepare. Peel and chop the turnips, potatoes and onion. ...
Bigos Polish cabbage stew
Bigos Polish cabbage stew keeps up to three days in the refrigerator and tastes best warmed up. Dice bacon and onion and fry in lard. ...
Braised cabbage
Braised cabbage For braised cabbage, remove the outer leaves from the pointed cabbage. Cut the cabbage into strips. ...

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