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Poor Man's Stew... Hearty Meal for the Family on a Busy Work Week..


Hey Everyone!!
I'm back with a simply and tasty recipe..
It's called Poor Man's Stew, will more like a Deconstructed Meatloaf. 
I also made cheesy garlic biscuits..
This is something you can do right after work and the cooking time is about 45 minutes to an hour, minus the biscuits. You can pop open a can of biscuits, melt some butter, add garlic and herbs, put over the biscuits and pop them in the oven for 15 minutes. While you're preparing the ground meat, boil some potatoes or make rice.
EASY!!











Ingredients:


Ground Meats
Tomato Paste
Chicken Broth or Cube
Onions
Carros
Garlic
Peas
Parsley
Celery
1/4 Cup Flour
1 Cup Water


Seasonings:
Salt
Pepper
Garlic Pepper
Dried Parsley
Worcestershire Sauce
Steak Seasoning
Dried Parsley
Brown Seasoning












I got a great price on the ground meat.. 



All the veggies sliced and diced.


















Used frozen peas










Brown, drain ground meat and put in separate bowl.











In the same pot add carrots, onions, celery, parsley, and garlic.
Cook until tender.








Add broth or cube 





Let it saute' for about 2-3 my minutes.







Add flour 







Then add about 1 cup of water.






Add about a 1/2 Tablespoon of Kitchen Bouquet.
Let simmer for 5 minutes





Add browned ground meat.


Add 1/4 cup of Tomato Paste
















Looking Good..






Add peas






Let simmer for another 5 minutes.









 We love it over potatoes and I also made homemade garlic biscuits.  



Until Next Time....
MAKE IT CHIC!!!!










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