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Mother’s Stew Recipe
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- 1 cup Flour
- 1 tablespoon Butter
- Pound the steak into a lot of flour (flour acts as thickener)
- Cut into steak into pieces
- Add oil to pan and add steak
- Season and brown
- Add a few cups of water
- Simmer for 1/2 hour
- Add vegetables
- Cook 1/2 hour
- Add dumplings
- Cook 20 minutes
- Use fingertips to break up fine
- Add enough milk to make it ready to roll
- Handle as little as possible
- Roll dumpling dough out
- Cut into squares
- Add to beef mixture