9/25/13

Woodland Ogre Halloween Beef and Pasta Stoup Recipe

Woodland Ogre Beef and Pasta Stoup Recipe, Days and Evenings are getting colder! Bring back the warmth with this hearty "Stoup" Stew and Soup all in one and good enough to feed and Ogre! Perfect if you celebrate Halloween or Harvest!
Hola Amigos: Not everything hasto be skulls, bones and witches for Halloween right? there are plenty of other fun characters out there to play along with make a recipes around them. This is one example, the friendly (?) Ogre!
We all learned to love that green fellow capable of making the "princess"  forget about getting  the ultimate makeover and be true to herself.  I wasn't quite fond of his taste for dinner (neither were the 3 blind mice) but I'm sure this dish would satisfy his appetite and the appetite of any of our own big and little ogres at home!
Woodland Ogre Beef and Pasta Stoup Recipe. When soup is hearty enough to feed an Ogre it should be called a "Stoup" . Comfort food just like a Stew but easy to prepare as soup! A crock pot meal perfect for Fall or Winter!

It's a crock pot dish too...so no need to slave over a cauldron  to enjoy comfort food at the end of a cool Fall or Winter's day!
Woodland Ogre Halloween Beef and Pasta Stoup Recipe, a hearty meal to bring comfort when the weather is getting colder. Beef and pasta together in one Crock Pot Meal!

Just like a real Ogre would do, don't even worry to much about perfectly cutting veggies, just rough chop everything and after 4 hours or so enjoy the goodness!

As you can see here, nothing is Mushed <-----not quite sure that's an actual word but you get the idea. Everything remains whole giving it the perfect "Stoup" consistency...a Stew and Soup together! what is not to love about it!

Here you have it my friends! Like our favorite character said once "Ogres (and bloggers) are like onions", no we don't stink, but we have layers and deep inside we all believe in fairy tales and we  bring them to life with projects, crafts or why not a recipe! Enjoy and remember that everything tastes better with a Pinch of Love!

Besitos,
Lizy


Woodland Ogre Halloween Beef and Pasta Stoup
Ingredients:
1 (1 1/2-2 Pound) Chuck Roast
1 Small Bag Frozen Stuffed Pasta
(I had Ravioli handy, but you could use Tortellini too)
1 14.5 Oz Can Petite Diced Tomatoes
1 14.5 Oz Can Sweet Corn
1 14.5 Oz Can Beef Broth
1 14.5 Oz Can Condensed Tomato Soup
1 Large Onion Chopped
8 oz Baby Bella Mushrooms
Salt, Pepper, Celery Salt , Onion Powder to taste (or use your own favorite spice mix)
Parmesan Cheese
Directions:
Get your Crock Pot ready.
Make a bed with your chopped onion and place the roast on top, add the rest of ingredients except the Parmesan Cheese.
Cook for 4 hours. Serve with some Parmesan Cheese on top and Enjoy
Personal Tip: I like to use chuck roast for soups because it's not expensive and it gives the best flavor to soups, stock and broths, but I don't like the fact that it has bones and a bit too much fat for my taste, so I take the extra step of trimming the bone and fat before I freeze it, so it is ready to go when I need it. 

Prep Time: 5 Minutes                              Cooking Time 4 hours                         Serves 6 Bowls

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15 comments:

  1. This really sounds delicious! I love soups / stews! =)

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  2. His looks really good have to try it

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  3. Hi Lizbeth, thanks so much for your sweet comments on the twice baked potato recipe and I am now following you on bloglovin and interest! I love this recipe! I am always looking to try new recipes!
    Julie from julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

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  4. I have an ogre who would love this!

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  5. Mmmm . . . this looks great for a nice crisp Fall evening. Thank you so much for the recipe.
    Blessings,
    Patti

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  6. I have a teenage ogre who would love this.. thanks for sharing this recipe with us on foodie friday.

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  7. My two boys would love this! Looks perfect for fall and winter :)

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  8. Lizabeth, you know I love all your recipes and this one is not exception! The minute I saw the thumbnail on Swap & Share I couldn't wait to check it out! Already pinned and I know my family will love this one. There isn't one ingredient that we don't all love (well except for my picky husband who thinks he would die if he ate a mushroom!)
    Terri - Easy Life Meal & Party Planning

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  9. I made beef stew a few nights ago. Never thought about adding pasta to it. Looks delicious as always.
    Dawn
    Spatulas On Parade

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  10. Wow what a super yummy crock pot recipe!

    I have a link party and spice giveaway that ends tonight that I thought you might like to enter! http://www.4you-withlove.com/2013/09/party-thyme-abcs-and-123s-link-party.html

    Have a wonderful day!

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  11. This looks so delicious - a real autumn dish, I think.

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  12. Perfect fall comfort food! Found you over at Wonderful Food Wednesday! Have a good week!

    Lori
    Lori's Culinary Creations

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  13. This looks and sounds so good. It would be perfect for when our weather finally starts to cool down into more fall like temperatures.
    Thanks for sharing at the Pinworthy Projects Party!

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