How to make a beef and Guinness stew

Guinness stew recipe. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Guinness stew recipe. Image copyright Ireland Calling

Irish people love a good stew. It has so many of our favourite things; a good meat, potatoes, carrots, onion, and plenty more veg.

It tastes delicious, fills you up and contains plenty of healthy vegetables

Guinness stew recipe. Image copyright Ireland Calling

So how can you make Irish stew even better? Even more Irish?

Well one way is to cook the stew in Guinness. There are several videos available online, giving advice on how to cook the perfect Guinness stew.

By the nature of an Irish stew, there is a different recipe in every home. Everybody has their own way to create the perfect dish.

We have decided to go straight to the source and show a video made by Guinness themselves. Here one of the chefs at the famous Guinness storehouse talks us through how to make the perfect Guinness stew.

Beef and Guinness stew recipe

Beef
Onion
Celery
Parsnips
Rosemary and Thyme
Beef stock
(foreign extra stout ) Guinness
Salt
Pepper
Potato

For good measure check out this video from Food wishes YouTube channel

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