Crockpot Mulligan Stew. How to Make CROCKPOT IRISH MULLIGAN STEW & SODA BREAD (sallye) Step-by-Step. INSTRUCTIONS FOR STEW: In skillet, heat olive oil on medium high heat until barely smoking. Dredge meat in flour, and place in heated oil along with onions and garlic Brown on all sides (stir frequently to keep onions and garlic from burning).
Add your seasonings and the tomato soup. Fill the can with water and add to the pot. Simple ingredients and easy to follow recipe for Mulligan's beef stew. You can cook Crockpot Mulligan Stew using 11 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Crockpot Mulligan Stew
- It’s 2 lb. of stew meat, chunked.
- Prepare 1 cup of flour.
- It’s 1/2 cup of oil.
- Prepare 6 of medium red potatoes, chunked.
- You need 1 of small bag baby carrots.
- It’s 6 sticks of celery chopped.
- You need 1 of large onion, chunked.
- You need 1 of large can (family size) tomato soup or two regular cans.
- You need 1 of large can water (use empty soup can) or two regular cans.
- You need to taste of salt, pepper, parsley and garlic powder,.
- Prepare 2-3 of bay leaves.
A family recipe given to me from my Mother-in-law. I can't believe I have never shared this Mulligan's Stew recipe with you before! This is my Mother-in-Law's recipe and a "claim to fame" among stew recipes in our opinion. Mulligan Stew Recipe + Larger Image.
Crockpot Mulligan Stew step by step
- Place flour in medium bowl..
- Dredge the beef cubes in the flour to coat..
- Heat oil in large skillet..
- Add beef cubes and cook long enough to just sear the meat; does not need to cook the meat completely..
- Layer veggies in crockpot as follows: potatoes, carrots, celery and onion..
- Top with meat..
- Add your seasonings and the tomato soup. Fill the can with water and add to the pot. (If using regular cans, fill both with water and add)..
- Cook on low for 8 to 10 hours..
Traditionally, mulligan stew was an improvised dish prepared by hobos with whatever food they could get, but it has gradually come to represent a variation of Irish beef stew, often served as a St. Only a pot and a fire are required. The hobo who put it together was known as the "mulligan mixer. In a small bowl mix together the flour, salt, and pepper; pour over meat, and stir to coat meat with flour mixture. My mom taught me this one.