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Argentinian Beef Stew

Argentinian Beef Stewimage
image showing recipe preparationPreparation timeelementPreparation time20 min
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 3 onions
1 clove of garlic
 1 red pepper
 1 peach
 2 peeled tomatoes
 3 teaspoons of oil
400g lean mince beef
 2 carrots
200g potatoes
 1 ear of corn
200g butternut squash
 2 or 3 cups of broth
 Salt and pepper
 Chili pepper and oregano


Peel and chop the onions and garlic. Cut the pepper into small cubes, remiving the seeds.
 Cut the meat into pieces.
 Sauté the onions, garlic and peppers in a frying pan with oil for a few minutes and then add the meat pieces. Allow to brown for a few minutes.
 Wash, peel and cut the tomatoes and add them to the pan with the herbs, salt and pepper.
 Pour in the broth and simmer for 20 minutes.
 Wash and peel carrots, potatoes and squash.
 Add the sliced carrots and cook for 5 minutes.
 Cut the potatoes and squash into cubes.
 Add the cubes and corn to the pan.
 Peel the peaches and cut them into quarters. Cook for another 5 minutes before serving.

Energy (kcal)

Protein (g)

Total Carbohydrates (g)

Sugar (g)

FibRE (g) TOTAL FAT (g) Saturated fat (g) Sodium (mg)
379.3 39.9 27.9 13.6 7.7 9.6 3.7 502.7

The nutritionist's advice:

This recipe originates from Flemish carbonade. Arrived during the colonization, it was adapted to Argentine fashion.
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Last modified date: 7/4/2022