Creamy Bacon & Vegetable Stew

It's got to be a warming and chunky stew to thaw those cold evenings.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 4 Cook: 25 min

Ingredients

Colman's Cheddar Cheese Sauce 1 pack
Meat (such as bacon) 200g
Vegetables as you like
Milk 800ml
Water 200ml
Chicken stock granules 2 tsp
Double cream as you like

Method

1
This is the Colman's cheddar cheese sauce I used.
2
Chop the meat into small bitesize pieces and put in a pan.
3
Prepare your vegetables - I used onion, carrots, green beans and cauliflower cut into small bitesize pieces.
4
Add any root vegetables to the pan at Step 2 and cook on medium heat. When softened, remove excess oil with kitchen paper.
5
Add the milk and stock granules. Turn the heat up to high. Jut before it boils, turn down to medium and simmer for 10 minutes. In the meantime, mix the cheese sauce with the water.
6
Once the root vegetables have cooked, add any other softer vegetables and the cheese sauce from Step 5. Just before serving, add the double cream.

Tips & Note

You can use sweetcorn or Chinese cabbage or courgette, whatever you like!

Creamy Bacon & Vegetable Stew

It's got to be a warming and chunky stew to thaw those cold evenings.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 4

Cook: 25 min

Ingredients

Colman's Cheddar Cheese Sauce 1 pack
Meat (such as bacon) 200g
Vegetables as you like
Milk 800ml
Water 200ml
Chicken stock granules 2 tsp
Double cream as you like

Creamy Bacon & Vegetable Stew

Recipe ID :1462 Posted on 16 DEC 2015

Serves 4

Cook 25min
views 2,425
printed 110

saved 4

It's got to be a warming and chunky stew to thaw those cold evenings.

Share

Ingredients

Print Ingredients Email Ingredients
1 pack
200g
as you like
800ml
200ml
2 tsp
as you like

Method

Cook
25min
1
This is the Colman's cheddar cheese sauce I used.
2
Chop the meat into small bitesize pieces and put in a pan.
3
Prepare your vegetables - I used onion, carrots, green beans and cauliflower cut into small bitesize pieces.
4
Add any root vegetables to the pan at Step 2 and cook on medium heat. When softened, remove excess oil with kitchen paper.
5
Add the milk and stock granules. Turn the heat up to high. Jut before it boils, turn down to medium and simmer for 10 minutes. In the meantime, mix the cheese sauce with the water.
6
Once the root vegetables have cooked, add any other softer vegetables and the cheese sauce from Step 5. Just before serving, add the double cream.

Tips & Note

You can use sweetcorn or Chinese cabbage or courgette, whatever you like!

HOME
midnight kitchen
I’ve got 136 recipes!

MIDNIGHT KITCHEN
Step into my kitchen!
I added some chopped boiled egg into my favourite avocado and crabmeat starter and put it in a mould to make an attractive and fashionable dish.
Ripe avocado, Mayonnaise, Dressed crabmeat, Ponzu vinegar or lemon juice, Hard boiled egg
HOME
A basic recipe for flavourful simmering is to use 250ml water and 1 tbsp each of sake, soy sauce and mirin. It's really easy.
Turkey breast fillets, New potatoes, Carrots, Onion, Green beans, Water, Sake, mirin, soy sauce, Sugar, Vegetable oil, Dashi pack
HOME
You can use a shop bought lasagne sauce but add your own vegetables and one secret ingredient (sugar) to make a rich deep sauce.
Onion, carrot, celery, Garlic, Minced beef, Red wine, Aubergine, mushrooms (optional), Lasagne sauce (red & white), Sugar, Lasagne sheets, Stockpot, Cheese
HOME
Serve doused in sweet vinegar.
Yam, Wakame seaweed, Vinegar (in water), Sugar
HOME
I tried to copy the salad I had in a Michelin starred London restaurant.
Smoked mackerel fillet, Chicory, Ripe pear, Fat free yogurt, Horseradish, Wholegrain mustard, Dill
HOME
I tried to recreate a delicious sesame tofu I had at home in Kyoto, all you specially need is arrowroot.
Arrowroot powder, Crushed sesame seeds, Kombu powder (or teabag), Or dashi kombu, Water, Wasabi, Dashi soy sauce
HOME

Comment


Upload your
“I made it!!” photo

Similar Recipe

A great variety of tastes and textures, it's a blue cheese lover's paradise.
Bread loaf (small), Garlic, Olive oil, Salt & pepper, Flour, Vegetable oil, Blue cheese (Danish Blue), Milk
A simple recipe rolling up the scallops in pancetta but the texture of both works really well.
Scallops (roeless), Pancetta, Lemon
Mizue
PRO
Great for nibbling on.
Spinach, Emmental cheese, grated, Parmigiano reggiano, grated, Cayenne pepper
Mizue
PRO
Using Philadelphia cream cheese makes this cheesecake just like you'd get in a cafe!
Mcvitie's digestives (original), Butter, Philadelphia cream cheese, Double cream, Eggs, Granulated sugar, Self raising flour, Lemon juice
Tobuchan
HOME
Using the courgette as the pasta is surprisingly tasty - you may never need proper spaghetti again!
Courgettes (large), Onion, Garlic , Olive oil, Dried chilli, Cherry tomatoes, Salted water, Parmigiano reggiano
KitchenCIB
HOME
Use spray oil and put in the oven for a healthy katsu!
Pork fillets, Salt & pepper, Flour, Egg, Breadcrumbs, Spray oil, Mozzarella cheese, Cherry tomatoes
Tobuchan
HOME

All New Recipes

My go to party dish is beer bread and spinach dip because it's easy to make and is a hit at nearly every event. Frozen chopped spinach, sour cream and a few other ingredients combine to make an amazing Spinach Dip with flavours complementing a hoppy dense beer bread
 
A wonderful aroma of garlic and the sweetness of honey. You can eat this forever!
Chicken thighs (skin on, boneless), Salt & pepper, Paprika, Olive oil, Garlic, Honey, Chicken stock, Soy sauce, Vinegar, Sesame seeds, Spring onions
cookbuzz
PRO
Beef Wellington is a true delicacy often served on holidays and very special occasions that your dinner guests will find very impressive. Making a great Beef Wellington is actually easier than it looks. In this short video I demonstrate how to make an Italian Style Beef Wellington.
 
Quick & Easy Pasta Recipes
Spaghetti, Tomotoes, Spring Onion, Prociutto, Parmesan cheese, Garlic & Cheese Spread, Olive oil, Jalapeños
Pork is a staple in Italian cooking. The Italian Herb Pork Loin in this video takes simple ingredients and turns the pork loin into a dish that is perfect for a party or a Sunday dinner but quick enough to make during the working week.
 
The combination of chocolate, peanut butter and oatmeal are the trifecta of flavor for cookies! In this special episode my wife shows her outstanding recipe for No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies that will be the best cookies that you have ever eaten! See my beautiful wife’s recipe