Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Slow Cooker Cuban-Style Beef Stew from My Colombian Recipes

Slow Cooker Cuban-Style Beef Stew
Beef stew with Cuban flavors, served over rice to catch the delicious sauce!  (Photo from My Colombian Recipes.)
I always have a big collection of recipes saved to feature here, and when the weather is switching from one season to the next, I try to focus on the recipes you need to make right away, before it's too hot (or cold) to enjoy that dish.  I'm guessing there are only a few weeks of beef stew weather left before hot weather gets here, so this Slow Cooker Cuban-Style Beef Stew from My Colombian Recipes just got added to that Make-Right-Now category!

Ingredients for this recipe:
Salt, pepper, beef stew meat, garlic, ground cumin, ground oregano, bay leaves, onion, green bell pepper, tomato sauce, tomato pasta, white wine, stuffed Spanish olives, raisins.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! This link will take you to the complete recipe for Slow Cooker Cuban-Style Beef Stew from My Colombian Recipes.

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2 comments:

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) said...

I'm totally crazy about the combination of meat, olives and raisins, and because we eat it a lot when we travel in Central and South America, I associate those flavors with warm weather countries.

Kalyn Denny said...

Lydia, I love the flavors in this too!

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