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Rocky Mountain Stew
January 13, 2009

To make the stew thicker, toss your meat with the flour BEFORE you brown the meat (I used 1/2 cup). Make sure your oil is hot (flour will bubble away when you sprinkle a little in it) before adding meat. I also added diced onions during this step instead of the pearl onions later. After the floured meat is browned, I then added water and followed the recipe as written. The stew was the perfect color and consistancy when made this way. As far as taste, it was great all except for the peas. They were a little overwhelming in flavor. I think it may have been better to have them cook a little longer so the flavors would mingle better. Or maybe use canned peas which don't have quite as intense of a flavor as the frozen variety I used.

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