Post # 1
I would like to make a beef stew in my crockpot, like potatoes, carrots, etc. and was wondering what type of beef you use? I tried boneless chuck roast and Darling Husband hated it because it was sooooo fatty. I even got it from WholeFoods. I would like the least fatty meat but still tasty. Any good recipes too? Thanks!
Post # 3
I usually get beef cubes. It is already chopped up into little cubes.
Post # 4
Is it one of those stews you cook for a long time? If so you’ll need braising beef as it has got fat in it, but because it’s been cooked for a long time it will create a melt in the mouth tender piece of meat.
Post # 5
@trugem: I get the same thing. There is usually low, to no, fat one the meat and it cooks down really tender.
Post # 6
I usually just buy the cheapish “stew” meat out of the meat case. Since the stew cooks for a while, the usually tougher meat will cook down and be tender.
Post # 7
Thanks…yeah I just talked to my mom and she usually uses beef brisket, carrots, potatoes, and catalina dressing.