Crockpot Beef Stew

Fixing beef stew crockpot-style is a no-brainer. Every recipe starts with ground beef or stew beef, then adds a menagerie of other mix-ins for a masterful crockpot meal.

See Popular Crockpot Beef Stew Recipes

Beef in Red Wine

Better Homes and Gardens

A simple wine sauce flavors stew meat made in the slow cooker for this beef dinner.

Mediterranean Beef with Pasta

Diabetic Living

Customize the vegetables in this slow cooker beef stew to fit your taste preferences and the season. Can't find fresh zucchini? Try eggplant or winter squash instead.

Sweet and Spicy Beef Stew

Family Circle

Cinnamon and cayenne pepper fall at different ends of the spice spectrum, but combine to make this slow cooker beef stew scrumptious.

Burgundy Beef Stew

Better Homes and Gardens

Potato-Topped Beef Stew

Family Circle

Transform the concept of meat and potatoes into a comforting stew that's perfect to warm the whole family at the end of a chilly day.

Indonesian Beef Curry

Family Circle

Beef Stew for Two

Better Homes and Gardens

Chuck roast becomes melt-in-your-mouth tender when cooked in the slow cooker. Added carrots, green beans, and potatoes make it a hearty one-bowl meal.

Super-Simple Beef Stew

Diabetic Living

Sweet and Savory Stew

Family Circle

Make-It-Mine Fireside Beef Stew

Better Homes and Gardens

Not a fan of beef pot roast? Substitute beef stew meat or boneless lamb instead. Pair this slow cooker stew with a whole grain roll or corn muffin for a stick-to-your-ribs dinner.

Beef Stew with Ravioli

Diabetic Living

Beef in Red Wine Gravy

Better Homes and Gardens

This hearty stew recipe is the perfect way to use red wine left over from a party.

Beef and Bean Ragout

Better Homes and Gardens

Burgundy Beef Stew

Diabetic Living

Pot roast and vegetables become tender and tasty when you stew them with some wine in your slow cooker.

Polenta with Ground Beef Ragout

Better Homes and Gardens

Sliced polenta on the bottom and a spoonful of pesto or olive tapenade on top add a gourmet angle to this slow-simmered beef recipe.

How to Make Beef Stew

If you've never made beef stew, you might think it's complicated to put together or will break the family budget. Not true. Beef stew is actually one of the easiest and most economical meals you can serve. Once you've browned the meat and chopped your vegetables, the ingredients simmer away without constant tending.

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