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Pot Roast Stew with Drop Biscuits

October 26, 2020

Pot Roast Stew with Drop Biscuits

Pot roast stew with drop biscuits may be the greatest life hack around. We used leftover Felton Angus Beef eye of round pot roast (recipe HERE) to make this fantastic pot roast stew recipe. The best part is that the comfort food recipe is topped with cheddar biscuits.

By guest blogger @WyldGourmet

Repurposing a family dinner into another meal is so smart and easy. Sometimes there aren’t enough leftovers to make a second meal, unless you are thinking ahead. Plan your roastas a base and then use it for something else.

An individual pot roast stew topped with a cheddar biscuit.

Pot Roast is ideal for a secondary meal. I try to not serve it the next day; I give it another day so everybody thinks I slaved over the stove again. Deep down inside I know I just made another great repurposed leftover meal that everybody will enjoy during our changing fall weather or during the long winter months.

Pot roast with stew and drop biscuits is so simple and so good!

Image of leftover pot roast stew divided into individual serving bowls.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Left over roast beef (Felton Angus Beef Roasts)
  • Left over carrots or 3 fresh carrots
  • Left over potatoes or ½ pound quartered potatoes
  • 3 Parsnips
  • 1 rutabaga
  • ½ butter nut squash
  • 2 stalks of celery
  • 1 sweet onion
  • 1 quart of beef broth
  • Left over roasted garlic or 2 tsp fresh chopped garlic
  • 1 Tbsp corn starch
  • One packet of Red Lobster Brand biscuits or use the biscuit recipe of your choice
  • 2 Tbsp Butter
  • 2 Tbsp chives
  • 1 Cup shredded cheddar cheese

DIRECTIONS:

  1. In a sturdy stew pot pour your beef broth in and add your left over roasted beef and all your fresh peeled and chopped ingredients.
  2. Add your roasted garlic by squeezing the bulbs into the stew and stir to incorporate. If you have left over carrots and potatoes don’t add them until the fresh veggies and meat have stewed on the stovetop at a simmer on medium low for one hour.
  3. When all your meat and veggies have made your house smell amazing stir the corn starch into 1 cup of cold water making a slurry (a semiliquid mixture). Slowly add this to the stew while stirring over medium heat until thickened, making it saucy.
  4. Make your Red Lobster drop biscuits according to the manufacturers directions on the box and drop them onto the top of the stew, this is where the butter, chives and cheddar cheese come into play, they are all part of the biscuit directions on the box. Or you can make your own recipe of biscuits adding 1 Cup of shredded cheddar cheese and 2 Tbsp of chives to the dough.
  5. Place the stew into the preheated oven at 425F for 15 minutes or until a nice golden brown.
  6. After you pull your stew and from the oven brush the biscuits with butter and serve in a bowl or on a plate.
  7. You can also make individual stew bowls with one biscuit on top. So much fun and easy to make.

Image of the downloadable recipe card for pot roast stew from Felton Angus Beef.

DOWNLOAD PDF - POT ROAST STEW WITH DROP BISCUITS

Biography for Margie Nelson

Overhead view of finished and plated pot roast stew recipe