Measure all of the ingredients into a medium bowl, mixing very well.
Transfer the mixture into a jar or other covered container. Add a label with directions for use.
Add 2-3 Tablespoons of Beef Stew seasoning mix per pound of meat used in the recipe.
This recipe yields enough to season 8-9 pounds of meat, Using 3 tablespoons of seasoning per pound, on average.The amount may change depending on the type of meat used. For beef, we typically use 3 Tablespoons of seasoning mix. For tougher, gamier meat, such as venison, I sometimes use 4 Tablespoons of seasoning.If you use Wondra flour, additional seasoning mix can be sprinkled into the stew later on and it will dissolve, lump free and cook to the perfect consistency.If you've opted to use all-purpose flour, you'll want to use the correct amount of seasoning early on, as regular flour clumps when added to hot liquids.
Beef Stew from Seasoning Mix
2 lbs of Beef, cut into chunks (about 1″)1 pound carrots, washed, peeled and sliced4-5 medium Russett potatoes, washed3 stalks of celery, washed1 large onion, cut into chunks8 cups Beef Stock (or 6 tsp beef Bouillon and 8 cups of water)6 Tbs Beef Stew Seasoning Mix2 c. water
Combine the seasoning mix with 6 cups of the beef stock, stirring well.
Transfer the stew meat and onion into the crockpot, pour the seasoned broth over them.
Cover and cook on high for 3 hours.
Add the vegetables and the remaining two cups of broth to cover. If needed, add up to 2 c. more water.