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This creamy delicious stew will warm you up and call you back for seconds!
(Use organic whenever possible)
1 lb. grass fed beef for stew
1 cup red lentils (rinsed)
1 cup wild rice blend (soaked overnight, rinsed and strained)
1 sliced cup carrots
1 and a 1/2 cups chopped leek
1 cup celery
8 cups filtered water
2 tbsp vegetable bullion (I like organic “Better than Bullion” soup base)
2 tbsp first pressed organic olive oil
1 tbsp fresh thyme ( 2 tbsp. dry)
1 dash cinnamon (or to taste)
1 dash cumin
1 dash cayenne pepper
1. Brown beef in olive oil in a large stew pot, set aside in a bowl.
2. Add water, lentils and rice to the pot, bring to a boil, then reduce to simmer
3. Add bullion and simmer for 10 minutes with lid.
4. Add vegetables, beef, thyme, cayenne, cumin and cinnamon; cook covered for an additional 30 minutes or until beef is fully cooked.
Serves 6 people
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This healthy, grass fed beef recipe comes to us courtesy of my good friend and natural foods chef Donna Sonkin. Check out her bio by Clicking HERE