Organic Beef Broth & Wild Rice Stew Recipe | Quick, Easy & Cheap

This has to be one of the most inexpensive 
thick & hearty stews
It's super-easy to make and tastes like it's loaded with meat when it actually only
contains broth & simple ingredients.


6 Servings:

6 Cups of beef broth (Homemade from pasture raised beef is best) or certified organic store bought.
1/2 cup uncooked organic wild rice
1/2 large onion diced
2 cloves garlic minced
1 large organic potato, diced
3 cups organic frozen mixed veggies (Peas, carrot, corn string bean blend)
Celtic salt, cracked black pepper & Cumin to taste.

I save all my drippings from roasts, chicken, turkey & bones and I freeze it.  It was time to make some room in the freezer so I removed all of the beef drippings, let them thaw and added enough water to make 6 cups of broth.

Simmer the rice in the broth with the onions and garlic for 1-2 hours covered on low heat.  The rice will swell and take up all the beef broth flavor and will resemble shredded beef in taste & texture.

Add the potato & frozen veggies, salt, pepper and toasted cumin and simmer covered until potatoes are softened.


Enjoy!


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