Corned beef stew is a kickback to the second world war when people lived off of simple rations like tinned corned beef and vegetables they would grow in their own yards. Now it is a go-to camp recipe for the same attributes of simple, long-lasting ingredients.
This wholesome stew is quick and easy to cook and is also done in only one pot. The recipe is easily adaptable. You can add your favorite vegetables or any leftover vegetables that you may have at the campsite.
This dish is also very easy to cook over the campfire and will fill you up after a long day playing outdoors. Alternatively, it can be easily cooked on a gas stove making it portable. If you have the time it is worth making some fresh bread to eat with it.
Corned Beef Stew Recipe
- 2 cups water
- 3 carrots
- 2 potatoes
- 1 onion
- 1 can corned beef
- pot or Dutch oven
- Put the water on to boil in a pot.
- Prepare the vegetables by peeling the carrots and potatoes. Slice the carrots and dice the potatoes and onions.
- Add the prepared vegetables to the pot of boing water.
- Once all of the vegetables are in the water and it is back to a boil add the corned beef.
- Simmer until the corned beef has broken up and flavored the stew.
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