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Harvest Beef Stew

Sometimes it’s the cracks of brokenness that reveal the beauty of Christ inside. Krista Williams

This quote is from First 5, it is an app I have on my phone. I really enjoy getting these inspirational messages each morning!

It is September and Fall is on its way! As I have said before I try to enjoy each moment not waiting for the next! This is more difficult to do when Fall is approaching! It is truly my favorite season! I have added a few Fall decorations to my home and am starting to pull out more of my Fall recipes. I have even seen some Fall vegetables in my CSA shares as well. This got my creativity all excited! I have been working on new Fall recipes. Today I am sharing a new creation and a new favorite with you! When I first created this recipe, I ate it for 3 days straight! Sometimes for both lunch and dinner!  It is super delicious and very colorful! It would also make a wonderful dinner party main dish! You would only need to toss in some biscuits and a salad! ENJOY!

Debbi K.

Harvest Beef Stew

1/2 pound stew beef (I have been using Sirloin Cubes lately)

Olive Oil

2 TBSP arrowroot (you can use cornstarch)

2 garlic cloves, minced

salt and pepper

Season the beef with the salt and pepper. Toss in the arrowroot and stir to combine. Heat olive oil in a pan (about 2 TBSP), add in the beef and the garlic and saute until browned.

Then stir in until combined:

1 small Butternut Squash, peeled and cubed (If you don’t want really soft squash, wait and add in after about 30 to 45 minutes into the cooking. I prefer it soft)

6 Rainbow Carrots, peeled and cut into thick slices

1/2 onion, chopped

1/2 cup Petite diced canned tomatoes

Add in about 4 Cups Kitchen Basics Chicken Stock. Bring to a boil, turn down to a simmer and cover. Cook stirring occasionally for 1 and a half hours or when meat is done and tender. Your home will smell like Fall with this dish! NOTE: I rarely eat red meat and I prefer Chicken stock over Beef broth. If you enjoy beef broth then substitute it for the chicken stock. I do think the chicken stock gives it great flavor!






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