Irish Beef and Guinness Stew ~ One Pot Beef Stew & Beer Recipe

Hi everyone! This is Tess and today I'll show you how to cook Irish beef and Guinness stew It is rich and good and just in time for St

Patrick's Day Stay tuned! I'm starting by prepping my vegetables and cutting into bite-size rustic pieces Today I'm using some onions celery, carrots and parsnips I'm serving this Guinness stew over mashed potatoes but you could also add in some red potatoes, or even some turnips And just a reminder that you will be able to find this recipe, the list of ingredients and much more on the show more section below Next is a beef I'm using a chuck roast that I cut into about 1-inch pieces

I like using a beef chuck roast because it has lots of marbling of fat and lots of flavor You can use a cheaper cut of beef as this stew will be cooking for over an hour and the meat will tenderize nicely I'm coating the beef with a little flour seasoned with some salt and black pepper I'm just lightly coating and shaking off any excess flour In a pan on medium-high heat, I'm adding in enough oil to coat the bottom of the pan

Now I'm adding in my beef and cooking for about one to two minutes on each side until they are golden brown This is going to produce a lot of flavor! The beef is not cooked all the way through but I'm removing from the pan and setting to the side until I get my vegetable started It goes some diced onions, stirring and cooking for a minute I'm adding a little minced garlicnot much I'm also adding some tomato paste and this will add some flavor and helps thicken the stew Giving a good stir, cooking for one minute to get everything mixed and then I'm adding in my carrots and celery Again, another good toss

And now the good part! Adding the Guinness beer This is the Guinness I will be using I don't drink this beer but I found some at Wegmans It is a rich Guinness stout and will give this stew a wonderful rich depth of flavor In goes the entire bottle! I'm also adding in some beef broth

Bringing this up to a simmer, stirring and making sure I scrape all those good tid bits off the bottom I'm adding is in some Worcestershire sauce and these are the tops of my celery and I thought I would just toss them in for some more flavor I have about six to eight fresh sprigs of thyme and some fresh chopped parsley You could also add some rosemary if you like Giving that a good stir and adding the beef back into the pan

I gave it a taste test and I'm adding in a little salt and black pepper Bringing this up to a simmer, turning down my heat covering and cooking for an hour

occasionally stirring After one hour I'm adding my parsnips This would also be the time if you are adding any potatoes or turnips

The beef is not quite tender yet I'm gently stirring covering and cooking for another 20 to 30 minutes or until the meat and vegetables are tender This stew is smelling amazing! It's been 25 minutes and the stew is done Tonight I'm serving with some mashed potatoes

This Guinness stew is so good and rich! The Guinness stout beer really adds a tremendous amount of flavor This is comfort food at its best Garnishing with a little parsley The beef is nice and tender and I just love all the vegetables The broth is just the right consistency for us, but if you like, you can thin out with a little more broth

This Irish beef and Guinness stew recipe is just in time for St Patrick's Day Give it a try! If you like this Irish beef and Guinness stew recipe, please hit the LIKE and SUBSCRIBE button Remember to hit the BELL next to the SUBSCRIBE to ensure that you get my future video recipes You can also find me on Facebook and at my website

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