Classic Irish Stew
G U I N N E S S B E E F S T E W
The classic Irish Stew, one you can go back to time and time again. This recipe never gets boring and it’s simply delicious, packed full of goodness what I love about this recipe is there are no rules on how this is made you can add in any veg that you fancy!! With the weather getting colder and Christmas creeping in the Irish Stew is the perfect warming dinner for the whole family to enjoy.
R E C I P E
500g Stewing Beef
2 White Onions, Chopped
3 Celery Sticks, Chopped
3 Carrots, Peeled & Chopped
300-400g White Potatoes , Peeled & Chopped
Handful Of Brussel Sprouts, Chopped
60 g Mushrooms , Roughly Sliced
2 Garlic Cloves ( I use pre cut frozen)
2 Beef Stock
1 Pint of Guinness- Well you didn’t think I’d leave out Guinness now, did you?
2 Tbsp Corn Flour
M E T H O D
Add the Olive Oil into a large casserole saucepan, on a high heat. Add in the onion, carrots, potatoes, celery, sprouts and mushrooms for 5mins then add the garlic for a further 2 mins until aromatic.
While this is frying, make the beef stock. Put aside stock into a small glass and stir in the cornflour, once dissolved pour stock into casserole dish with the Guinness, beef salt and pepper, mixed herbs
Leave to simmer for 50 mins, until the meat is tender and the liquid has thickened
Then serve with crusty fresh bread…. Heaven.