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Cajun Stew

Posted by Solitary Dancer on July 12, 2009

This just sounded quite tasty and thought you guys might enjoy this.  I agree with the poster that the main source or carbs is in the tomatoes. So, if you are very sensitive to tomatoes watch how much you add to your servings.

Other than that, it looks pretty darned good.

Cajun Stew

Posted By Brian Dickey

Serves: A lot.
Carbs Per Serving: Mostly from tomatoes (net 3 per 1/2 cup)
Prep Time: 30 min
Effort: Easy

Ingredients:

2 large cans peeled crushed tomatoes
1/2 can tomato paste (small)
3/4 lb ground beef
8 hot Italian sausages
diced green pepper
diced onion
oregano
parsley
thyme
hot sauce
red pepper flakes
salt and pepper

How to Prepare:
Place tomatoes in tall pot (make sure you check the label for no sugar added, net carbs should be 3 for a 1/2 cup serving), add the tomato paste, spices and diced vegetables while browning the ground beef and sausages. Prick the skins of the sausages as they brown.

When the meat has been browned, drain well, add to the stew pot. Simmer for about two hours until the meat is tender. Depending on seasoning, stew will be tangy but not too hot.

NOTE: I think this might do well in a slow cooker


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