Stew Recipes: Thick Soups with Chunks of Meat or Vegetables Simmered in Gravy

Stew recipes for thick and chunky soups. Beef and vegetables in gravy is the American staple. But, game and other meats, and vegetarian medleys, make tasty, meals-n-a-bowl, too.

Game Night Stew Does this Game Night Family Stew taste good or what! Serve bowls of this with bread sticks when you have family and friends in for a night of cards or board games. I just love the word play here, using "game" in two ways!

Frankenstein Stew Kids love Frankenstein Stew because it has hotdogs in it. It's a good way to get them to eat vegetables. Serve it at Halloween, of course. Call it Frank Stew and you can serve it anytime!

Savory Pork Stew Recipe Savory Pork Stew combines fresh herbs and vegetables with pork. They simmer into a flavorful stew that is excellent over egg noodles.

Beef and Onion Stew Recipe Beef and Onion Stew is for meat lovers who don't like mixed vegetables in their stew. The pickling spices give this hearty soup recipe a bit of a different flavor, a change from the same old thing.

Football Stew What could be a better meal to serve to your hungry guys while they are watching the ball games this fall and winter than football stew? Regardless of which team they cheer for, they'll cheer for your super stew!

Crock Pot Vegetable Beef Stew With this crock pot vegetable beef stew recipe, there's no peeling and chopping vegetables. That really saves on the mess, which if you are like me, you'll really appreciate.

Mom's Beefy Wild Rice Soup When we cook wild rice, we make a big batch. Then, we use some of the leftover to make Mom's Beefy Wild Rice Soup. You can make this thick, like a stew or add tomato juice and make a thinner soup.



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