The Farmer’s Bowl Recipe: A Hearty and Delicious One-Pot Dish
Author: Aline Neissner
After a hard day, hardly anyone wants to spend time in the kitchen preparing a challenging meal. In this case stews like this peasant stew are suitable. It has a delicious taste and is very filling at the same time.
There is almost nothing easier than putting all the ingredients in a pot, frying and letting it cook and the dish is ready. Is it too good to be true? But it is not.
One-pot dishes, as they are called in modern usage, are essentially nothing more than a reinterpretation of classic stews.
This recipe for a farmer’s pot with ground beef, potatoes and peppers also falls into that category. Quick and easy to prepare, it’s also perfect for all novice cooks, as most of the work is done when chopping the vegetables. Fire does the roasting and cooking, you only need to stir the pot occasionally so that nothing burns.
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As with many soups and stews, this dish is perfect for making the day before and then reheating and enjoying. Many swear that such dishes taste even better the next day because they are well infused.
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Farmer pot | the recipe
To prepare the delicious peasant pot, the following kitchen tools should be provided:
- cutting board
- sharp knife
- big pot
- cooking spoon
- perhaps a kitchen scale
- maybe a measuring cup
Cleanup after cooking is a breeze with this recipe.
peasant pot | the components
The ingredients are enough for four servings.
- 800 grams of potatoes
- 500 g minced meat (beef or mixed)
- 300 g canned tomatoes, plump
- 3 peppers
- 1 onion
- 1 clove of garlic
- 600 ml beef stock (alternative: vegetable stock)
- 2 tablespoons of sunflower oil
- 2 tablespoons of tomato paste
- 2 teaspoons paprika spice
- 1 tablespoon marjoram
- 1 tablespoon of thyme
- Caraway seeds
- fresh parsley
- if necessary, sour cream
Preparation for the farmer’s pot
1. Step: First, the potatoes are peeled, washed with cold water and cut into cubes of about two centimeters. Remove the core from the peppers, wash them well and cut them into small pieces.
2. Step: Remove the skin from the onion and garlic, cut them both into small pieces or finely chop them.
3. Step: Heat the oil in a large saucepan and fry the onion and garlic until translucent. Then add the minced meat and sauté briefly. Stir in the tomato paste and add the diced potatoes and pepper. Mix well.
4. Step: Now everything can be deglazed with beef stock. Stir in the canned tomatoes. Season with salt, thyme and cumin and leave the farmer’s pot on the fire for half an hour. Stir occasionally so that nothing sticks to the bottom. If necessary, top up with a little water.
5. Step: Shortly before the end of the cooking time, paprika and marjoram are added. Season with salt and pepper.
Before serving, a spoonful of sour cream can be put in the peasant’s pot and the fresh parsley, finely chopped, can be spread. This goes well with fresh baguette or farmhouse bread.
advice #1 – Ship time: Not all spices should be heated in their respective dishes from the very beginning, because high temperatures can have a negative effect on the taste. These include marjoram, paprika, basil, sage and rosemary. Other spices such as thyme, caraway, tarragon, oregano, curry and cinnamon can be added immediately, as their aroma will develop slowly.
advice #2 – Bacon: For an extra delicious taste, finely chopped bacon can be fried in the third step.
advice #3 – Pepper color: When choosing the color of the pepper, everyone can handle it the way they want. When it comes to taste, it doesn’t matter which color you choose. For a more colorful vision, you should use red, yellow and green fruits.
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advice #4 – More vegetables: If you want to make your farmer’s bowl even more substantial, you can add peeled and sliced carrots and washed leek rings in step three.
advice #5 – Durability: The farmer’s bowl will keep in the fridge for up to four days. However, it can be frozen at other times to create a quick meal on the table.
TAG24 wishes you good fun and delicious cooking!
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