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Beef Stew with Buttermilk Dumplings

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created: 2012/04/22 changed: 2013/07/22
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Ingredients

Portions4 portion(s)
Dumplings

  • 230 grams SR flour
  • 60 grams Butter, chilled
  • 110 grams buttermilk
  • pinch salt
Beef Stew

  • Small handful of Italian parsley
  • 2 onions, halved
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 50 grams oil
  • 600 grams diced beef
  • 600 grams water
  • 2 tablespoons TM stock concentrate
  • 3 --- carrots, sliced
  • 180 grams frozen baby peas
  • 70 grams tomato paste
  • 2 bay leaves
  • salt to taste
  • pepper to taste
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1h 25m
Preparation 15m
Baking/Cooking 1h 10m
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Difficultyeasy
Appropriate for Thermomix-Beginners
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

Beef Stew with Buttermilk Dumplings

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Before preparing dumplings, chop parsley by placing in TM bowl and chopping for 4 seconds on speed 6.  Set aside.

Without washing the bowl, place all dumpling ingredients into the TM bowl and mix for 20-30 seconds on speed 5 until dough forms a ball.

Roll dumplings into nugget size balls and place in the Varoma tray, leaving space to expand.  Set aside.

Without washing the bowl, place onion, garlic and oil into the TM bowl and chop for 3 seconds on speed 6.  Saute for 3 minutes/ Varoma / speed 2.

Add beef and cook for a further 2 minutes a/ Varoma / reverse / speed 1.

Add remaining ingredients except parsley and frozen peas and cook for 40 minutes/ 80 degrees/reverse/speed soft.

Place Varoma with dumplings into position and cook for a further 25 minutes/Varoma temperature/Reverse/speed soft, adding peas after 15 minutes.

Remove bay leaves, add parsley and adjust seasoning as required.  Serve dumplings on top of each serving of stew.

Yum!



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Recipe's preparation

Beef Stew with Buttermilk Dumplings

1.

Before preparing dumplings, chop parsley by placing in TM bowl and chopping for 4 seconds on speed 6.  Set aside.

Without washing the bowl, place all dumpling ingredients into the TM bowl and mix for 20-30 seconds on speed 5 until dough forms a ball.

Roll dumplings into nugget size balls and place in the Varoma tray, leaving space to expand.  Set aside.

Without washing the bowl, place onion, garlic and oil into the TM bowl and chop for 3 seconds on speed 6.  Saute for 3 minutes/ Varoma / speed 2.

Add beef and cook for a further 2 minutes a/ Varoma / reverse / speed 1.

Add remaining ingredients except parsley and frozen peas and cook for 40 minutes/ 80 degrees/reverse/speed soft.

Place Varoma with dumplings into position and cook for a further 25 minutes/Varoma temperature/Reverse/speed soft, adding peas after 15 minutes.

Remove bay leaves, add parsley and adjust seasoning as required.  Serve dumplings on top of each serving of stew.

Yum!



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COMMENTS (55)
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Just made this tonight! Delicious and super easy

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LOVED THIS!

Fantastic recipe - followed as directed & just thickened at end with cornflour - Keeping this one for winter months & will use sauce as pie fillings & dumplings for soups Smile

 

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Great flavour, tender meat.  I did reduce the stock to 1 tablespoon but otherwise as per recipe.  Loved by all of us.  Thanks for sharing.

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very yummy! will be a regular in our house.

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Great recipe, the whole family loved it. Had loads of flavour, I can see this becoming a regular Smile

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Simple and yummy. I didn't read the recipe properly and added parsley and frozen carrots (instead of peas) too early. Still worked out really well though.

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This is seriously ahhhmazimg!  Love We can't eat onion or garlic so left that out, I added a teaspoon of whole grain mustard and some curry powder and a bit of corn flour to thicken it a bit and it was so delicious. The dumplings are so good! Yum! 

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Great recipe  Smile

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I didn't have peas so I put some celery in at the same time as the rest of the ingredients - was yummy. I'll be using better quality meat next time, though.

This was delicious!  I added half a sweet potato and added a little bit of water to take it up to the 2L line on the bowl and it was perfect.  I also fitted all of my dumplings on the top layer of the Varoma and put some asparagus spears in the bottom of it to have as a side.  So easy!

Delicious!!! Hubby devoured it and even ate the leftover dumplings on their own! Will definitely be a regular in our house Smile

Yummo. Was completely demolished.  Laughing out loud

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Yum. Night 2 of owning a thermomix and no regrets  :) 

Halved the recipe and added extra vege (mushrooms and sweet potato) towards the end of cooking.

We made this tonight - loved the flavours and the dumplings were amazing.  My meat was tough though.  Could you cook it longer to make te meat more tender?

made this for dinner tonight, it was lovely, thank you. I added some sweet potato and pumkin about 30mins from the end and steamed some mushrooms under the dumplings as they wouldn't fit in bowl! Smile

Feeding two hungry boys and husband, made easier with my thermie!

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Delicious! This will be a regular at our dinner table. Smile

Hey Thanks!

thats what I'm doing now, it's about half way so fingers crossed but I'm such a loon, I accidentally used plain flour instead of SR *sigh*.... It was too late before I realised so just hoping for the best Smile

Hi Thermomonk - you could do the savoury mince in the thermomix andkeep that warm in thermoserver while you steam the dumplings. The dumplings are to die for!!

Would this work with ground beef? I want to make it today but only have minced meat.

I am taking delivery of my thermomix in less than an hour, and this is what i HOPE to make for dinner tonight! Wink

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Made this for my family tonight i accidently put in 150g of buttermilk but just added a little more flour i also used 1kg of meat and approx 450g water as it was at the max level. It did leak a little but thts my own fault for over stuffing the thermie. Everyone loved it even my two year old and my father in law said it was absolutely beautiful definately 5 stars

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This is a fantastic recipe.  Full of flavour and enjoyed by all - even my 4yr old and 15mth old boys!

This is so delicious and so easy! I had to use GF flour for deumplings due to DH being Coeliac but they were still super. Didn't have any buttermilk so just added some vinegar to regular milk. I also added  some red wine to the casserole. 

first time i made dumplings are they were YUMMO with the stew, just enough buttermilk to use up after making butter! Thankyou Big smile

Roxanne Wiseman

Independent Herbalife Distributor WA

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Big smile

Fantastic Recipe! Have made numerous times! Last time I made it with Scotch Fillet Beef and it was superb!

This has become our new family favourite but I tweaked it just a little...

I made triple qty self raising flour (EDC) & added:

1 tsp beef stock pwdr, 1-2 tabs tomato sce, 1 tab Worcester Sce, 2 tsp curry pwdr, 1/2 tsp dry mustard, 1tsp salt, 1x stick of celery, 1x lge carrot, 1x sml parsnip, 2x med potatoes

Used 50g natural A2 yoghurt & 80g milk instead of buttermilk for the dumplings which turned out so fluffy & delicious. After all method followed in Thermy, I found it a little liquidy so I popped it all into the Chefs toolbox sauté pan (dumplings on top, uncovered) & into the oven at 180c for approx 30min. It reduced beautifully & was so yummy!! Everyone loved it! Even my English Mother-In-Law Wink

Very tasty and filling. For us it served 4 with lots of extra dumplings. Smile

The dumplings were nice and light.  Will make again this winter.

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Awesome.  Loved this, especially the dumplings.  My meat was a little tough though but could've been the quality of the meat .

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Very yummy.  Will do again Smile

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Really nice dish, flavours were fantastic. I used left over roast beef and halved the cooking time, although the meat did shred I suspect because it has already been cooked. The dumplings were superb, really light and soft!! 166

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Made this for dinner last night......awesome flavour. We loved it here, although no one really likes dumplings in my house, so next time would do with mashed potato. I did use a bit of cornflour at the end to thicken, but a great recipe. Will certainly be a regular in my house over the cooler months.

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An absolute winner, next time I will just add more beef! The dumplings were amazing!!!!   Party

Yummo! We had this tonight!

I did double the meat and added cornflour to thicken it up and it has fed our family of 4 tonight and enough to feed us again for another meal!

The dumplings were yummo! This will reappear in our meals plans for sure Smile

♥  Penny Michie - Thermomix Consultant, Illawarra, NSW

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This was great! Yummo and the kids loved it. I found that if I scraped the flour down the bowl and lid after making the dumplings this was enough to thicken and no corn flour required. I also added mushrooms at the beef stage and they held their shape.  Thank you!!

Nicole Johnstone

could you use bakers flour for the dumplings?

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First meal I have cooked in my Thermie, so easy and delicious will def be using this recipe again Big smile

Totally agree, it's delicious!!!!

Totally agree, it's delicious!!!!

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Absolutely fantastic!!! Thanks, it will be a staple in my family!!

Made this tonight! Got a big two thumbs up from the family especially Master 6! Will definetly make again! Had a bit of the stew left over but the dumplings are all gone!

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This stew was good, but the dumplings were to die for!  Since we first made this, I've used the dumplings in SO many other things.  Pretty much anytime I do a soup, we have the dumplings!  So easy and delicious!  Laughing out loud

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:love:  Superb, I too have always struggled with stews, this was absolutely delectable, I also thickened with some gravy flour at the end and I used normal milk in the dumplings. This was the recipe that converted my skeptical husband into a thermy user, he is now baking his 5th loaf of bread!!! LOL

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It was amazing. My husband & boys loved it. I'll be making this recipe again for sure.

 The only changes i made was that I used Gluten Free SR Flour for the dumplings & 2 cups of Beefstock instead of the water & stock concentrate. 

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What a great recipe!  So yummy, and the dumplings turned out perfectly.  I also added a little cornflour at the end to thicken the sauce otherwise terrific thanks!

This was simply marvelous!  We loved the stew and the dumplings were to die for!  I've actually made the dumplings 4 or 5 times now with other soups/stews.  They just turn out so well!  Thanks so much!  Laughing out loud

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Very tasty stew. Just wondering if I prepared the raw dumplings earlier, can you freeze them and pull out when required? 

Also, if you made the stew on its own without the dumplings in the Veroma would you still cook it as long? Thanks!!!

 

This is delicious! I never seem to have been able to make a decent stew but now I can!! The whole family loved it, even my fussy daughter.  Fortunately for me they're not into dumplings which meant I got plenty! Thank you for a terrific, tasty and easy stew.

Delicious, perfect winter recipe

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Definitely a big winner here.  I'm not a very "savvy" TM user, but this was great.  Only thing I changed was to add a little bit of cornflour near the end as I like a thicker gravy.  10/10 without a doubt.

 

I think this recipe will stay out over winter - it was delicious. Stew base could also be used for a pastry or cottage pie. Thanks Di. Smile

 

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