Greek Beef Stew with Homemade Noodles (Moscharaki Kokkinisto me Xylopittes) - Foodzesty
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Greek Beef Stew with Homemade Noodles (Moscharaki Kokkinisto me Xylopittes)

Since the seasons have disappeared, we don’t see fall, winter, summer or spring. In one day you can actually see all the seasons for example  this morning it was raining and then we had a hale storm and now it sunny and quite nice 🙂 no snow yet but I did see in the weather forecast something about a snowstorm coming our way Thursday or Friday.  

I started this post a couple of months ago, well I had just written the title and never got back to it but today was going to be the day that I made this delicious stew along with the homemade noodles.  If you really like to make your own noodles I will post the recipe at a later date for anyone that would like to try it.  Comfort food for the heart and soul a delicious dish with potatoes, carrots, and a bit of white wine. 🙂



Ingredients:

1 kilo Beef cut in cubes

1 large Onion 

3 Potatoes cubed

1 large Carrot chopped

4 fresh Tomatoes grated

2 tablespoons Tomato Paste

1/2 cup Dry White Wine

1 cup Olive Oil

Salt

Pepper

3 cups Noodles or Rice

Cheese for Topping

Preparation:

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 In a large pot add in the olive oil, onion and the beef and sauté beef until brown.   Add in the wine, tomatoes, tomato paste, salt and pepper and stir.  Pour into the beef about 1/2 litre of water and cook on low heat until the sauce has thickened and it should cook for about 1 hour.

In a smaller pot add in water and a salt and boil.  Once the water has boiled and the noodles or rice and boil.

Serve by adding the noodles or rice first, then continue by adding the beef stew and top off with a delicious cheese topping.

Kali Orexi!!! 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (17)

  • Karin, theaustriandish 6 months ago Reply

    That looks fantastic, Sophie! Hope you are well?

    foodzesty 6 months ago Reply

    Thanks Karin, I am doing ok …will send you an email later this evening

  • Ben Aqiba 6 months ago Reply

    That is great Sophie 🙂

    foodzesty 6 months ago Reply

    Thank you very much Ben 🙂

  • Rini 6 months ago Reply

    Looks great! You can never go wrong with a delicious stew!

    foodzesty 6 months ago Reply

    Thank you very much…No you can’t that is so true 🙂

  • Greedyeats -Neha 6 months ago Reply

    That stew looks so tempting. Pass me a plate please. 😉

    foodzesty 6 months ago Reply

    Awww thank you so much….I wish I could 🙂

  • Can you hear my stomach growling? 😉

    foodzesty 6 months ago Reply

    hahahahahahaahahahahahahahaha on the floor womannnnn can’t stop laughing

    hahahha I was laughing too! In the quietness of my office, it sounded like a wild animal.

    foodzesty 6 months ago

    hahahahah you are sooo funny

  • Perfect dish Sophie! Especially during colder seasons, but I could actually it this all year round, lol. Have a great weekend! 😊

    foodzesty 6 months ago Reply

    Thanks 🙂 You too and take care of that wrist.

  • chefkreso 6 months ago Reply

    Yum, love beef stew and those homemade noodles are an amazing addition!

    foodzesty 6 months ago Reply

    Thank you!! 🙂

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