When was the last time you had Beef Stew and Dumplings? It’s been a while for us and I’m not sure why, it’s such a delicious hearty meal to have and there’s no need to mess about with other elements to the meal, a simple bowl of stew, dumplings and a crusty piece of bread is all you need.
I’ve written up the recipe for my Gluten Free Dumplings using Homemade Suet already and recently retook the photos. I’m pleased to say that these recent photos are far more pleasing to the eye. If you want to make the dumplings using my recipe with my home made gluten free suet then follow the link. I can’t begin to tell you how easy it is to make and perfect for other meals and bakes requiring suet such as steak and kidney pudding or jam roly poly.
This stew is versatile, I’ve made it on the stove top in under an hour and in the oven for hours and hours to make it super tender. Whatever works for you and your lifestyle.
Different ways to serve my Gluten Free Beef Stew and Dumplings
I don’t know about you but when I’m in the mood for stew I’m in full comfort food mode so I don’t want too much fuss when it comes to serving the dish. A simple crust of bread to soak up the gravy will do. My family all adore creamy mashed potato with their stew and despite their being vegetables in this stew it’s lovely to add a rainbow of colour to your plate. One other idea would be to make a large gluten free Yorkshire pudding and fill the middle with your stew.
Other gluten free recipes you’ll love if you like my Gluten Free Beef Stew and Dumplings
I have an amazing collection of stews and casseroles from around the world to share with you. First off there’s this Slow Cooked Chicken Italian by Fab Food 4 All which captures all the powerful flavours of the Mediterranean. How about this Instant Pot Goulash by Recipes from a Pantry, I haven’t had a Hungarian Goulash for years and Bintu’s recipe has inspired me to re-visit old memories. I love to see pulses and legumes in stews and casseroles and this Spanish Beans with Tomatoes recipe by Veggie Desserts is right up my street, not only do beans pad out meals nutritionally, they also make a cheaper hearty meal. Last but by no means least, is this Vegan Oca Peanut Stew with Kale by Tin and Thyme. Hands up who’s used oca before? Nope me neither, but I’m going to source some now to make this delicious stew. On my website I also have these delicious dishes; Gluten Free Sausage Casserole, Sausage Roll with Chutney and Mustard and Sausage Pasta Bake, Creamy Gluten and Dairy Free Chicken Pink Peppercorn Kievs and finally my Gluten Free BBQ Pulled Pork; simple to make and everyone’s favourite.
Gluten Free Beef Stew and Dumplings Recipe
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