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11 December 2014

Berndes One Pot Wonder - Red Wine Beef Stew Recipe (WIN)

You may have already heard but Tesco are running another great sticker promotion (between 29th September – 25th January 2015) where you can save up to 70% on exclusive Berndes cookware products. It's a great way to replace your old pots and pans for the New Year and save money in the process, just by doing your usual grocery shopping! 

For every £20 you spend online OR in-store you can collect a sticker and once you’ve collected five you can use these to get your discount on professional kitchenware items. Tesco sent us an Oval Cast Iron Casserole to put to the test and with it being winter I decided to make one of our favourite family dishes. It is a great quality product, heavyweight and it minimises washing up as I can pop everything in the one pot!


  
Red Wine Beef Stew

Ingredients
80g plain flour
1kg beef (stewing, cubed)
3tbsp oil
2 onions (diced)
1 tsp garlic puree/2 gloves
300g mushrooms (we used button)
2/3 bottle of wine (we used Bonterra Zinfandel, available from Tesco)
1 beef stock cube
2 tbsp tomato puree
3 bay leaves
5 rashers of bacon (cut into strips)



A rich flavour and deep red colour


Method
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees
Place the flour in a bowl and gradually add the beef ensuring it is coated on each side
Place the Berndes pot on the hob, add the oil then put onto a low heat
Add the coated beef and gently brown
Add the onions and once softened add the garlic and mushrooms. Stir for one minute
Pour in the wine and crumble in the stock cube
Add the bay leaves, tomato puree, and bacon then stir well
Place the lid onto the pot and put it in the oven for an hour and a half, removing the lid for the last 20 minutes

I serve this with baby roast potatoes or my delicious potato gratin plus a fresh warm loaf to mop up any juice.




*** WIN *** 

For your chance to win a Berndes Casserole Pot of your own, worth around £120, you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.
Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available too.
The giveaway ends on 31st December 2014 at 11.59pm GMT.

Good luck!




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179 comments

  1. A beef casserole thank you x

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  2. I'd cook a lovely, warming beef stew.

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  3. a hearty stew with dumplings and veg

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  4. love a good beef stew, this looks lush :)

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  5. If I can obtain a wild rabbit from a game butchers (not factory farmed from China) Rabbit Stew and Dumplings

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  6. Maria O'Sullivan14/12/2014, 12:39

    veggie casserole

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  7. beef in ale with onions and mushrooms

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  8. I would make game casserole first!

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  9. Lamb casserole,my favourite.

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  10. my fella loves chicken casserole, although I just saw a veal casserole on Lucy's food blog - really wanting to try it!

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  11. sausage casserole, the kids favourite

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  12. The filling for a steak and mushroom pie

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  13. Chicken & chorizo casserole xx

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  14. Paprika chicken, Delia Smith ish recipe

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  15. Ellen Sheppard16/12/2014, 05:26

    Sausage casserole is the family favourite so I would have to do that first :-)

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  16. Sausage casserole

    Ashleigh

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  17. I would make sausage and chorizo stew as we haven't had it for a while :) x

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  18. Beef Bourginon
    @gavrc

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  19. Lamb and lentil casserole.

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  20. A Hearty Carrot & butterbean soup (Pete)

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  21. A lovely Beef Stew

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  22. i would make a hotpot i have not had one for ages and am now looking forward to one ha ha

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  23. would be perfect for a staffordshire lobby

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  24. Beef stew with dumplings and loads of veg

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  25. chicken casserole ( probably )

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  26. Steak and Kidney for pie filling

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  27. A nice beef stew mmmmmm xx

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  28. I'd make a lamb casserole with a rich garlic and rosemary gravy and herby dumplings!

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  29. braised beef casserole with red wine

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  30. Sausage casserole, nice and easy :)

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  31. Scrag end with dumplings...

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  32. I make a mean beef casserole, I'd do that :)

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  33. Some kind of stew. Maybe the simple Irish stew.

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  34. Definetly a beef stew!!!

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  35. Spicy Sausage Casserole!

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  36. Something exotic, like Caribbean curry :)

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  37. A beef and vegetable casserole :)

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  38. Veggie casserole with quorn sausages

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  39. I'd cook an extra spicy chilli :) xx

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  40. A spicy Moroccan tagine.

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  41. Debbie Creasey19/12/2014, 23:49

    Lamb casserole

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  42. A vegetarian hotpot, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  43. A steak & sausage stew for New Year

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  44. A lovely warming beef stew and dumplings

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  45. hello great giveaway i would make lamb chilli and rice ! :)

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  46. Beef casserole or chickien curry!

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  47. Sausage casserole with lots of mustard :)

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  48. My grandad's Stew recipe :)

    @oneisjamie

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  49. I hearty Irish Stew would be first on the list!

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  50. I have never made a casserole so this would be a great opportunity to try it out.

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  51. My husband's favourite...beef stew and dumplings

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  52. A lovely warming three bean chilli :) x

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  53. Has to be beef stew and dumplings :)

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  54. A Very tasty sausage casserole xx

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  55. White wine chicken casserole

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  56. A sausage or beef casserole, huge hits in our family!

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  57. Lynsey Buchanan28/12/2014, 00:51

    chicken casserole

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  58. A beef stew

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  59. a beef and dumpling casserole

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  60. chicken casserole or beef

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  61. Pork and apple cobbler. Gravy is made with apple juice and is delicious :)

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  62. A yummy winter veg casserole

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  63. Chicken and lentil casserole :)

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  64. Chicken casserole, with dumplings

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  65. Sausage casserole

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  66. Beef stew with dumplings!

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  67. Beef casserole - my husband's favourite!

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  68. rachael jones29/12/2014, 20:45

    beef stew

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  69. Beef stew with dumplings, yum

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  70. Beef stew and fluffy dumplings.

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  71. would love to try this recipe looks fab x

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  72. Michael Saunders30/12/2014, 12:13

    Beef stew

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  73. Kelly Hooper30/12/2014, 15:27

    BEEF STEW AND DUMPLINGS

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  74. Hannah Lawrence (Lewenstein)30/12/2014, 16:07

    veggie sausage stew :)

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  75. Sarah Cadman30/12/2014, 16:21

    A lovely curry

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  76. Maria Jane Knight30/12/2014, 19:14

    a sausage casserole

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  77. amazing stew and dumplings yummy

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  78. Chicken stew and dumplings

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  79. I'd love to try a slow cooker pudding - something like a cobbler

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  80. Kirsty Broadhead31/12/2014, 14:50

    I would give it to my Mum because she makes delicious stew!

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  81. Stew and dumplings

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  82. A lovely beef stew & veggies

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  83. Beef in Guiness, delicious!

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  84. Rich beef stew with baby onions and loads of veggies

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  85. my Lancashire hotpot with dumplings

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