Lesson 21: How to Make Stews

How to Make Stews

Stews are very much like soups, except they have much less liquid in them. Th ink meat and vegetables swimming in gravy. Stews are extremely easy to make and are often a fantastic way to dispose of a left over roast. I, personally, use my left over pot roast in my beef stew. Originally, stews
were used as a hearty, filling way to cook low quality ingredients and turn them into something edible and delicious.

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