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I've been feeling the one pot cooking as of late, mostly because I hate dishes. So here is another easy, one pot recipe for you this week.

This week has been tough, as most late January days are. Matt's back has been bothering him and both of us have been struggling to pull ourselves out of bed. So to be honest this was the only good meal I've made all week. My kitchen is rather dark even on a sunny day, I can't wait to improve this in our renovation, and the darker days I don't want to be in that room of the house. I'd rather be curled up listening to a podcast or ready about livestock. Nerdy I know but I also know some of you gals feel me.

However, Wednesday I pushed myself to find the energy to make Matt a home cooked meal and make myself a loaf of homemade bread. I seriously LOVE homemade bread. Let's get to the recipe, shall we?

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Ingredients |

1 package Homestead stew meat

3 tablespoons olive oil

2 tablespoons of all purpose flour

2 tablespoons tomato paste

2 tablespoons paprika

Dash of pepper

2 onions, sliced and diced

2 bell peppers, sliced

2 cloves of garlic, minced

1 can of diced tomatoes in juice

3 cups beef stock

2 tablespoons corn starch

How to Make This Deliciousness |

In your dutch oven heat olive oil. Coat stew meat in flour and sear. Add garlic and onions to soften and bring out the flavor. Once the meat is browned add in diced tomatoes, paprika, pepper, tomato paste and beef stock. Cook at 325 degrees for 3 hours stirring occasionally. After 3 hours remove from oven and add bell peppers and corn starch. Cook for an additional 30 minutes. Let sit and thicken prior to serving. Serve on a bed of noodles and top with cilantro, of course.

I hope you enjoy this as much as we did!

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