Chilean Cazuela#EatTheWorld

Chilean Cazuela is Beef Stew, a comfort food and makes a filling one pot dish meal. According to make recipes read online in this stew certain ingredients are is must to make this stew like potatoes, pumpkin, and corn on the cob. This comfort food can be enjoyed any time of year. This chunky, scrumptious, hearty and flavorful dish is a staple in every home in Chile.

Serves 4 -5

500 Gram Boneless Beef
2 Tablespoons Olive oil
1 Onion - roughly chopped
1 Teaspoon Oregano
1 Teaspoon Cumin powder
Salt and Black Pepper to taste
2 Cloves Garlic - chopped
1 Medium Tomato - chopperized
8 Baby Potatoes
2 Carrots - chopped in big pieces
1 Red or Green Bell pepper, seeded and cut into quarters
1 Stalk Celery - chopped
4 Big Chunks Red Pumpkin
1 Cup Rice - washed & drained
5-6 Cup Boiling Water
2 Ears Corn - each cut into four rounds
1 Cup Shelled Peas or Green beans - cut into big pieces
2 Tablespoon Chopped Coriander/Cilantro

Cut meat into large pieces. Heat oil in a large pot, add meat and brown well. Add onion, garlic, tomato, oregano, cumin, salt and pepper; stir, and continue cooking over medium heat for five minutes.
Add potatoes, carrots, bell pepper, celery, pumpkin and rice, add enough boiling water to cover the contents completely. Simmer for ten minutes, stirring occasionally.
Add corn, peas or green beans and cook for and additional 10 - 15 minutes. Taste and adjust seasonings to taste.
This warm and comforting dish is delicious.
This stew also freezes well and taste delicious the next day.
Labels: Stew, Beef, Chile, Corn, Green Bell Pepper, Red Pumpkin, Baby Potatoes, Carrot, Eat the World, Main course, International Cuisine
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