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How to cook beef stew and dumplings

Cook Beef Stew and Dumplings

10
STEPS
INGREDIENTS
Chop the onions

Chop the onions

Make 600ml of stock

Make 600ml of stock

Chop the beef, coat the beef in the seasoned flour

Chop the beef, coat the beef in the seasoned flour

Heat a frying pan and brown the beef a little bit at a time, then add the beef to a stewing pan.

Heat a frying pan and brown the beef a little bit at a time, then add the beef to a stewing pan.

Fry the onions and bacon until the onions are soft

Fry the onions and bacon until the onions are soft

Add the onions, bacon, stock, cider, cayenne pepper, anchovies, thyme, celery and black treacle to the stewing pan, put a lid on it and simmer the mixture for 2 hours

Add the onions, bacon, stock, cider, cayenne pepper, anchovies, thyme, celery and black treacle to the stewing pan, put a lid on it and simmer the mixture for 2 hours

30 minutes before the end of cooking prepare 225g plain flour, 100g suet, 1/2 tsp baking powder and seasoning to a bowl

30 minutes before the end of cooking prepare 225g plain flour, 100g suet, 1/2 tsp baking powder and seasoning to a bowl

Add enough cold water to the mixture to make dough balls

Add enough cold water to the mixture to make dough balls

Add the balls to the stew. Optional extra- add carrots/pickled walnuts/any additional veg you want to add to the pot.

Add the balls to the stew. Optional extra- add carrots/pickled walnuts/any additional veg you want to add to the pot.

Mix and add water if necessary and serve after 30 minutes of cooking

  • 900.0g Beef
  • Flour seasoned with salt, pepper, mustard powder
  • Cayenne pepper
  • 100.0g Bacon
  • 3.0 Onions
  • 3.0 Anchovies
  • Sprig of thyme
  • 600.0ml Stock
  • 300.0ml Cider
  • 2.0 Celery sticks
  • 25.0g Black treacle
  • 225.0g Plain flour
  • 0.0tsp Baking powder
  • 100.0g Suet
  • Salt & pepper