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Dutch Oven -- Nine Mile Stew

Recipe By : (Blake D. Chard)
Serving Size : 1 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories: Stews


1 pound Stew Meat
1 package stew seasoning
3 onions--cut
6 potatoes--sliced 1/8 inch
1 package carrots--sliced
1 package celery--sliced
2 green peppers--sliced length way
sliced zucchini--enough for one layer
1 pound sausage--patties or links
1 pound cheddar cheese


Put enough oil in the oven to cover the bottom. Sear the meat. Add the stew seasoning. Stir in onions. Cook for 20-30 minutes (12 coals on bottom and 6 on top) Layer from bottom to top: potatoes - carrots -celery - green peppers - zucchini Cook until vegetables are done (still crispy) (7-8 coals on top). Add the sausage on top. Cook approx. 15 minutes. Add the cheese. Serve when cheese is melted. This is not a precise recipe. I would encourage you to add and delete items and amounts as your taste's dictate. Be sure the vegetables, these or the ones you may add, are stacked so the ones needing the most cooking time are on the lower levels. Don't be tempted to add any liquid as there will be plenty from the vegetables and meat. The original recipe called for only 1/4 lb of stew meat, but I found that to be inadequate. Give yourself plenty of cooking time, but don't be surprise if people want to know when it will be done, because the smell is fantastic. This is not a creation of mine but is definately a favorite.

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