• Beef Stew Seasoning Mix

    Copycat: Arizona Green Tea-b101-beefstewseasoning.jpgIf you love a hearty beef stew, rich in seasonings and flavor, this simple do it yourself mix is for you! An enticing combination of seasonings bring out the flavor of even the cheapest cuts of beef, stretching your food budget to the max.

    1 cup Instant Flour (Wondra)
    2 teaspoons Oregano
    1 tablespoons basil
    2 tablespoons + 1 tsp salt
    1 1/2 Teaspoons black pepper
    2 tablespoons + 1 tsp Garlic Powder
    2 tablespoons + 1 tsp Paprika
    1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
    1 Tbs Celery Seed
    2 tablespoons + 1 tsp Onion Powder
    1 tsp. rosemary

    Measure all of the ingredients into a medium bowl, mixing very well. Pour into a jar, cover & add a label with directions for use.

    To use: add 2-3 Tbs of seasoning per pound of meat used.

    Click here For Full Beef Stew Recipe Using this Seasoning Mix

    Instant flour is a type of flour that dissolves very quickly in either hot Or cold water and is wonderful for Lump free sauces, gravies, stews, etc. You Can you regular all purpose flour in place of instant flour if you'd like.
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    Comments 8 Comments
    1. WinklerMom's Avatar
      WinklerMom -
      Do you use all of this for a pot of stew or is there another measurement that I should use?
    1. MrsPaws's Avatar
      MrsPaws -
      I just saw this..thank you for sharing this one.
      Those Mc Cormick seasonings packs are just so expensive! This is perfect.
      I've gotta get this printed off and show it to my MIL. She'll love it too!

    1. kramer4613's Avatar
      kramer4613 -
      Can this be done as well using the stove?
    1. dbhrkns's Avatar
      dbhrkns -
      Would this recipe work without the wondra?
    1. BethJ's Avatar
      BethJ -
      Quote Originally Posted by dbhrkns View Post
      Would this recipe work without the wondra?
      Instant flour is a type of flour that dissolves very quickly in either hot Or cold water and is wonderful for Lump free sauces, gravies, stews, etc. You can use regular all purpose flour in place of instant flour if you'd like.

      See instructions above
    1. Cali4yaokie's Avatar
      Cali4yaokie -
      Never heard of this Wondra, can it be bought any where? Or have to be a specialized store?
    1. msortiz's Avatar
      msortiz -
      Wondra is in the same aisle as flour. It comes in a round container.
    1. djmiller1959's Avatar
      djmiller1959 -
      Quote Originally Posted by WinklerMom View Post
      Do you use all of this for a pot of stew or is there another measurement that I should use?

      To use: add 2-3 Tbs of seasoning per pound of meat used.


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