Delicious stew takes long hours of preparation and boiling before you can taste and enjoy a bowl of stew. In this recipe which Gourmandia.ca will help you for hunter stew you don’t need to wait long hours to enjoy a delicious bowl of stew as you can make a delicious melt-in-your mouth stew in less than an hour. This flavorful and scrumptious recipe is made with boiled ham, which is diced into pieces in different sizes, as large or as small as you wish. Hunter stew is a satisfying comfort food. It is flavored with bacon, onions, and tomatoes, enhanced with green beans and corn and seasoned with salt and pepper. This recipe can be done in a jiffy during busy weekdays.
This easy gourmet food recipes uses convenient ingredients to make the process of making stew almost instant designed for the modern lifestyle. The stew does not need to be simmered for long hours for it to become flavorful because the ham is already cooked in this case. It is the bacon is that gives the dish a savory taste that is similar to the “fond” that develops at the bottom of the pot when making a thick and flavorful stew. Since canned tomatoes, canned beans, and canned corn are used in this recipe, which have already been cooked, there is no need to be heated them to be ready for eating. Simmer them together for some thirty minutes to allow the ingredients to meld together and come in harmony. Cooking them longer will make them too soft and unappetizing.
This dish is best served with some rice or delicious crusty bread. Throw some salad greens together for a lovely feast that feels and tastes like you’ve worked on it for hours. And of course, this is also absolutely delicious with a good bottle of wine or ice cold beer. Hunter stew is also a convenient dish to make for camping and hiking trips, as well as other outdoor activities.
1/4 lb. bacon, cut into 1-inch pieces
1/2 lb. boiled ham, diced
1 medium onion, diced
1 can (15 oz) diced tomatoes
1 can (8 oz) green beans
1 can (8 oz.) whole kernel corn
Salt and pepper to taste
1. Brown bacon pieces in a medium skillet, over medium-high heat.
2. Then transfer bacon to a small soup kettle. Add remaining ingredients. Heat and simmer for about 30 minutes, or until stew is thick. Serve.