Today I have a hearty and delicious slow cooker paleo beef stew recipe for you to try – and you can thank my husband for this one…
I like my hubby. A lot. He’s my biggest cheerleader and the other half of Paleo Newbie. He photographs the dishes and does all of the website techy stuff that I suck at. And he’s easy on the eyes, but I digress…
The point is he’s a meat and potatoes Midwestern kind of guy. So it’s no surprise he’s bugged me off and on to come up with a good stew for as long as we’ve been paleo. So yesterday, over a year and a half later, he finally got his wish – mostly. There’s no spuds for the stud in this recipe…but the funny thing is he never even noticed because this stew was so good!
I’ve got to admit, I’m not a real big stew person. But when I sat down with a bowl of this stuff, I amazed myself by downing the whole thing. It was a savory delight! I especially like the seasonings and rustic flavors of this stew.
This recipe has a nice mix of carrots, mushrooms and chuck roast. You can of course add any kind of sweet potatoes you like to this paleo recipe – I just decided not to throw them into the pot this time because they do tend to get a bit soft for my taste after simmering for 6 hours. But hey, that’s just me – feel free to add potatoes or any other stew veggies you like into this healthy dish.
This stew is ideal for a wonderful, lazy Sunday meal…loaded with all kinds of yummy flavors. And it’s so easy to make this classic comfort food dish – just chop the veggies, cube the meat, throw it all in the pot with the broth, wine and seasonings…and you can just set it and forget it. Gotta love that!
So get out your high-tech slow cooker like our Ninja, or your vintage Rival crock pot and get an early taste of fall with every heaping spoonful of this beefy paleo stew!